Sixteen years after "Trainspotting" pushed Scottish author Irvine Welsh, helmer Danny Boyle and star Ewan McGregor into the international spotlight, feature debutant Rob Heydon tries for similar…
An average guy gets caught in the middle of an escalating government conspiracy and must, as usual, trust no one, beat the clock, dodge the bullets and save the day in Madrid-set thriller "The Cold…
"StreetDance 3D" proved a surprise smash at U.K. cinemas and did healthy biz abroad, beating "Step Up 3" to the punch as the first stereoscopic dance movie. Now "StreetDance 2" aims to repeat the…
Pic doesn't match its premier-league ambition, and is let down by generic material that's light on both action and persuasive plotting.
A gentle giant with learning difficulties and his exploitative best friend negotiate challenges in "Best Laid Plans."
This counterfactual tale supposes that the Nazis successfully invaded England following the failure of the D-Day landings and with the menfolk of a small Welsh village having already departed, it's…
A tongue-tied virginal geek receives lessons in the art of the pickup in charmless Brit comedy "How to Stop Being a Loser."
This unconvincing, workmanlike genre piece has not been worth the wait.
Flashes of wit and a couple of likable lead perfs count for little in the misguided black comedy "Kill Keith."
The search for a hit film hooked to the globally loved sport of soccer misses again with "Will," a fictional tale of an orphaned English lad's epic journey to watch his heroes Liverpool FC play in…