By Leah Rozen
August 26, 2002 12:00 PM

Blood Work Mystery thriller directed by and starring Clint Eastwood as a retired FBI profiler who doesn’t let a heart transplant keep him from chasing the bad guy. In a word: workmanlike. (R)

The Château Paul Rudd’s amusing turn as a gauche American making a fool of himself in France is the only reason to see this would-be comic trifle. (R)

The Last Kiss Italian ensemble comedy-drama about those twin grown-up preoccupations: the missed chance, the missed romance. An attractive cast, but we’ve tasted these lips many times before, from The Big Chill on. Subtitles. (R)

Road to Perdition Along with Minority Report, this gangster drama about revenge and redemption is the summer’s best big-studio movie. With Tom Hanks. (R)

XXX Other than high-octane stunts and Vin Diesel’s I’m-all-attitude line readings, this spy thriller is just so much zzz. (PG-13)