A week after Bradley Manning's sentencing in the U.S., this slick, smarter-than-usual British courtroom thriller challenges the validity of policies that shield key evidence from public scrutiny.
Richard Curtis returns to a quintessentially English milieu with this sweet, familiar and reassuringly bland romance.
Any movie in which the longtime FBI honcho features as the central character must supply some insight into what made him tick, or suffer from the reality that the Bureau's exploits were far more…
"Democracy takes time," a character observes in "The Lady," though viewers of all political stripes will be checking their watches during Luc Besson's dully conventional tribute to heroic Burmese…
Lasse Hallstrom has sweetened the satire right out of Paul Torday's side-splitting political sendup.
This acid-drenched four-hander never shakes off a mannered, hermetic feel that consistently betrays its theatrical origins. Classy cast and pedigree should yield favorable specialty returns.
"Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2" surges ahead with tremendous urgency, superb spectacle and powerful, even overwhelming emotion, only to falter with a hasty sendoff that seems to buckle…
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.
Harry, Ron and Hermione abandon the safety of Hogwarts, and so does this dark and despairing story.
Eastwood moves into new territory with old-fashioned grace and classical filmmaking in "Hereafter."