Reviews of the latest movies in stores, including ''Rampart,'' ''Drugstore Cowboy,'' and more

By Chris Nashawaty
May 11, 2012 at 04:00 AM EDT

One for the Money (2012, PG-13)

Katherine Heigl, Daniel Sunjata An out-of-work Jersey girl becomes a bounty hunter tasked with tracking down a rogue cop who — can you believe it?! — turns out to be a former high school flame. Dead-in-the-water dull. (Also on iTunes) D

The Devil Inside (2012, R)

Fernanda Andrade, Suzan Crowley What does this faux documentary about an exorcism in Rome have to do with the INXS song from 1987? Sadly, not a thing. C+

Rampart (2011, R)

Woody Harrelson, Robin Wright A tense and shocking film about a very bad Los Angeles cop caught on videotape as he’s beating a suspect. Harrelson plays him with intricate demonic force. A

Albert Nobbs (2011, R)

Glenn Close, Mia Wasikowska, Janet McTeer Close stars as a 19th-century Irishwoman masquerading as a male butler. Hermetic and emotionally remote. (Also on iTunes) B-

Drugstore Cowboy (1989, R)

Matt Dillon, Kelly Lynch, James LeGros Nine years before he earned an Oscar nomination for Good Will Hunting, director Gus Van Sant made his mark with his visually lyrical tale of Oregon junkies in the 1970s. (On Netflix instant viewing) A

Coming Soon
This Means War (2012, PG-13)

Reese Witherspoon, Chris Pine, Tom Hardy Buddies duke it out for the same woman in a spy caper/rom-com directed by McG. B 5/22

We Need to Talk About Kevin (2011, R)

Tilda Swinton, John C. Reilly A mom deals with her monster of a teenage son, who carries out a Columbine-like school massacre. B- 5/29