Recently reviewed films now playing in theaters:

· 9 (PG-13) Identified only by numbers, a band of burlap computerized dolls combine forces to rid a post-apocalyptic world of the evil machines which wiped out life on a parallel-universe version of 1940s Earth. 3 stars - Michael Clark

· Big Fan (R) This directorial debut from "The Wrestler" screenwriter Robert D. Siegel is a similarly themed movie about sports obsession, this time from the perspective of a disturbed fan. It owes much (in a good way) to Martin Scorsese's "Taxi Driver" and "The King of Comedy." 3 stars - MC

· It Might Get Loud (PG-13) The follow-up documentary from director Davis Guggenheim ("An Inconvenient Truth") features guitar giants Jimmy Page, the Edge and Jack White in a performance summit that more than delivers the hard-rockin' goods. 3 stars - MC

· The September Issue (PG-13) This documentary about the behind-the-scenes assembling of the largest ever issue of "Vogue" magazine might have been better if it weren't so clearly an image makeover orchestrated by its icy editor Anna Wintour. For fashionistas only. 2 stars - MC

· All About Steve (PG-13) Easily the weakest and most bizarre movie of Sandra Bullock's mercurial career, "All About Steve" is an uncomfortable, unfunny and largely creepy stalker movie posing as a romantic comedy. 1 star - MC

· Extract (R) Offering up an appropriate counterpoint to his own "Office Space," director Mike Judge's new workplace comedy is brimming with excellent performances from the likes of Jason Bateman, Mila Kunis, Kiss front man Gene Simmons and (surprise) Ben Affleck. 3 stars - MC

· My One and Only (PG-13) Equal parts rom-com, melodrama and road flick, this iffy '50s period piece starring Renee Zellweger as a divorced mother of two teen boys in search of a replacement husband is saved by uniformly strong performances from its cast. 1 star - MC