A slickly produced anecdotal account of how venture capitalists enabled maverick entrepreneurs to start and grow such companies as Intel, Apple, Genentech and Atari.
Surprisingly appealing in its exuberant amateurishness, "My Sucky Teen Romance" is a micro-budget horror-comedy tailor-made for teen geeks who are sufficiently self-aware to laugh at themselves.
A slight but likable dramedy about a tech-savvy young woman who attempts to interface with her long-estranged mother.
A quietly contemplative, deliberately paced tale of renewal and redemption, "A Year in Mooring" sails smoothly, if not downright defiantly, far beyond the commercial mainstream.
Despite the over-familiarity of its once-trendy time-tripping plot structure, "96 Minutes" maintains a brisk pace and generates a satisfying degree of suspense.