This slice of French social realism keeps it all in the family.
A genial documentary crowdpleaser about the world's worst international soccer team.
Emma Thompson and Pierce Brosnan deserve better than this creaky heist-caper comedy from 'Last Chance Harvey' director Joel Hopkins.
Appearing sans Simon Pegg, Nick Frost plays a onetime salsa star in this amiable British romantic comedy.
Debuting director Adam Wimpenny shows style and technical proficiency but a limited facility with actors in this English ghost story.
Anthony Wilcox makes an uncertain feature-helming debut with this low-key but contrived day-in-the-life comedy.
Charismatic London theater/film producer Michael White is the star at the center of this gloriously English answer to 'The Kid Stays in the Picture.'
Cedric Klapisch's zesty New York-set follow-up to "L'auberge espagnole" and "Russian Dolls" serves as a seductive advertisement for modern urban living.