'The Help,' adapted from Kathryn Stockett's 2009 bestseller, is a story of friendship, rivalry, racial injustice, and female empowerment set against the backdrop of one of the ugliest periods in American history. While a lot of men out there might write it off as one for the women, those guys won't know what they'll be missing.

Here are our thoughts on the big-screen version of one of the most popular books of the past two years:
The Help
PG-132011
Based on 41 critics

An aspiring writer turns her 1960s Mississippi town on its ear by interviewing black women. Read More