Reviews by Daily News critic Gary Thompson, unless noted.

BIGGER, FASTER, STRONGER. Documentary about steroids and supplements combines hand-wringing, doomsaying, common sense and pumping irony. (PG-13) B+ (Wire services)

THE COUNTERFEITERS. Oscar-winning, based-on-fact drama about a counterfeiting ring run out of World War II German prison camp. (Not rated) B+ (Wire services)

THE FALL. An injured silent-movie stuntman tries to entertain an injured girl with an adventure story. Visually exciting, narratively weak. (R) B (Wire services)

FORGETTING SARAH MARSHALL. Jilted guy (Jason Segel) ends up at same resort hotel as his ex (Kristen Bell). Ungainly, but lots of bawdy laughs in the Judd Apatow style. (R) B

HAROLD AND KUMAR ESCAPE FROM GUANTANAMO. Fed goons think title tokers (John Cho, Kal Penn) are terrorists. Lowbrow laughs. (R) B-

INDIANA JONES AND THE KINGDOM OF THE CRYSTAL SKULL. Both a return to old adventure serials and a retrospective of director Steven Spielberg's career, aside from a few scenes, it doesn't really succeed as either. Harrison Ford. (PG-13) B-

JELLYFISH. A variety of human stories float around each other in this Israeli-made drama but never seem to a coalesce into a meaningful whole. (Not rated) C+ (Wire services)

KUNG FU PANDA. OK animated movie about panda (voice of Jack Black) chosen to defend his Chinese village. Starts slow, gets better. (PG) B-

MEET BILL. Aaron Eckhart stars as a loser who gets life lessons from the smart-aleck high schooler he's mentoring. Jessica Alba. (R) C- (Wire services)

MOTHER OF TEARS. Painful Dario Argento gore-fest starring his daughter Asia. She must really love him. (Not rated) D (Wire services)

OSS 117: CAIRO NEST OF SPIES. Politically incorrect French spy farce good enough that a sequel is already in the works. (Not rated) B+ (Wire services)

REPRISE. Norwegian coming-of-age movie about would-be novelists is a lot better than its spare plot might indicate. (R) B+ (Wire services)

SEX AND THE CITY. A wrap-it-all-up valentine to fans of the erstwhile show, but a chore to the uninitiated. Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Cattrall, Kristen Davis, Cynthia Nixon. (R) B

THE STRANGERS. Some OK atmospherics in this chiller about a woman (Liv Tyler) terrorized in rural home, but ultimately the iconography and sadism are familiar. (R) C

STUCK. Woman (Mena Suvari) hits homeless man, leaves him to die on her dashboard. Grisly, offbeat movie take-off on actual events. (R) B-

WHAT HAPPENS IN VEGAS. Nothing remotely funny. Ashton Kutcher, Cameron Diaz get drunk and hitched, fight over jackpot. (PG-13) D

YOU DON'T MESS WITH THE ZOHAN. Nutty Adam Sandler movie about a retired Israeli spy turned hair stylist harassed by Hamas in New York. (PG-13) B-