The only people who seem immune to the politics of the Iraq War are also at its epicenter: the doctors and nurses who mend and tend to the wounded, and who provide the heart and soul of Terry…
A no-budget buddy/road/air/boat movie, "Last Stop" is first and foremost about pure storytelling.
Pic is a worldly, knowing look at adult affairs, and could do famously in urban centers, at festivals and on enlightened cable outlets.
If you need a GPS unit to find your own backside, you'll be laughing uproariously at "Witless Protection," a movie that's far more interesting politically than dramatically -- or, God knows…
"Incendiary" aspires to so much it ends up being less than the sum of its parts -- one of which is a terrific performance by Michelle Williams.
A courageous scab-ripper of a tale about slavery, white privilege and original sin.
The hot-button issues of Japanese war remembrance and militarism are at the heart of "Yasukuni."
While gem-hard in its political realism, "Strangers" is generous enough to suggest love may actually triumph.
Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young set out to alleviate the public allergy to Iraq War films with this pic.
The former president of Doctors Without Borders goes back to Africa, 15 years after he came to the aid of victims there.
A rare baseball card, a couple of neurological impairments and a late-blooming love affair make Terry Kinney's light-hearted sitcom palatable enough.