July 16, 2001 12:00 PM

>A.I. A boy robot (Haley Joel Osment) searches for the secret to becoming “real.” This mysteriously beautiful fairy tale for adults is director Steven Spielberg’s most deeply felt film. (PG-13)

Dr. Dolittle 2 Eddie Murphy again talks to the animals, including a showbiz bear. As the owl says: a hoot. (PG)

Jump Tomorrow Artfully shot, refreshing little romantic comedy about a buttoned-down Nigerian-American who loosens up during a road trip with a free-spirited Spanish woman. (PG)

Our Song Small, richly compelling drama about three teenage girls in Brooklyn and how their lives change, quietly but dramatically, over a period of just a few weeks. (R)

Pootie Tang This fitfully amusing comedy about a gibberish-speaking superfly crime fighter named Pootie Tang (Lance Crouther) never transcends its roots as a sketch on HBO’s The Chris Rock Show. (PG-13)

Sexy Beast Ben Kingsley is brilliant as a jumpy bad guy in a dilly of a gangster thriller set in sunny Spain. (R)

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