Leaves one begging for more at one unflaggingly delightful hour.
Plays it very safe with a young-dog-teaches-old-dog-new-tricks concept that has Andy Griffith's octogenarian widower coached back into the dating world by his grandson.
Pic adds a little realism and relationship depth to the teen sex-comedy genre.
Tracy Letts' Pulitzer winner hits the road with all strengths intact.
Writer-director David Twohy is in fine form with a muscularity not seen since 2000's "Pitch Black."
"Lost Islands" wraps pages of recent Israeli history around family seriocomedics.
Show may appeal to regional houses looking for new and unchallenging chamber-scaled tuners.
Anna Lorentzon and Barbara Bell's "Graphic Sexual Horror" looks behind the scenes at a defunct website, controversial for its depictions of extreme bondage and sadomasochistic situations.
'College' exerts a bizarre and dramatic fascination.
Claudia Wonder certainly has a colorful enough resume to float Dacio Pinheiro's feature portrait.
Film is an innocuous gay romance in sore need of more character and narrative development.