Brit sitcom "The Inbetweeners," which tracked the travails of four male misfits in their last years at high school, makes a satisfying leap to the bigscreen in summer holiday adventure "The…
Any soccer fan who's longed to eavesdrop on the onfield dialogue between headset-wearing referees will get a kick out of this docu.
WWII meets demonic mumbo-jumbo in visual-effects artist Paul Campion's directorial debut, "The Devil's Rock."
The dissonance between a Pentecostal upbringing and life in a multiplatinum rock act is entertainingly explored in music docu "Talihina Sky: The Story of Kings of Leon."
Two decades after the house-music rave scene touched the lives of a generation of young hedonists, the search for a definitive bigscreen tribute continues with the early-1990s-set "Weekender."
A star-making turn from bigscreen debutante Jessica Brown Findlay is the most notable aspect of British dramedy "Albatross," which relates a troubled teen's impact on the family of a middle-aged…
Anyone who misspent their youth loitering in record stores will find much to enjoy in this affectionate docu tribute to Sound It Out Records, the only independent music outlet in the north of England.
A quality slice of TV spy drama that premiered in Edinburgh ahead of its tube transmission on PBS "Masterpiece" Stateside and the BBC in Blighty.
Dispiriting ensemble romantic comedy will require excessively indulgent local auds to make any coin.
Directing debut by Craig Viveiros is well served by a strong cast that's better than the material merits.