Continuing Sundance Channel's very European approach to drama, "The Red Road" grinds along slowly, a mere six-episode series with the same languid pace as the network's earlier foray, "Rectify." In…
Once you get past the gimmick - a bunch of singles in a bar, as played out over one wacky night - "Mixology" quickly establishes itself as an inordinately appealing comedy, blessed with quick wit and…
Other than cementing the Lorne Michaels/”Saturday Night Live” takeover of latenight at NBC, Seth Meyers has essentially been an afterthought in the whole equation, as the network has gone about the…
Four unconnected strands fail to merge into anything cohesive in Viola Shafik's thoughtful but messy look at Egypt's recent upheavals.
Looks like “Kung Fu,” David Henry Hwang's reverential homage to Bruce Lee, should have been a musical after all. Cole Horibe, Taekwondo Olympic medalist (and finalist on “So You Think You Can…
At its fiercest, Ayad Akhtar's "The Who & the What" bares some of the same teeth as his riveting, 2013 Pulitzer-copping "Disgraced." Both explore Pakistani-American tensions arising from clashes with…
A visually striking but overwrought family drama about the Mafia's unyielding grip on the Italian South.
Pope Benedict XVI's unprecedented retirement and subsequent enthusiasm surrounding Pope Francis has certainly stoked interest in the Catholic Church, an organization (with apologies to Dan Brown's…
An amusing and sardonic rural drama set in a stunning area of northeastern Anatolia.
A technically impressive but gimmicky drama that tries to conflate a girl's mourning with a WWI subtheme.
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300: Rise of an Empire
300: Rise of an Empire1Weekend:$45.1M
Mr. Peabody & Sherman
Mr. Peabody & Sherman2Weekend:$32.5M
Non-Stop3Weekend:$15.4M Universal Pictures