At this point, "Revolution" is looking like the star of NBC's fall 2012 freshman class by default, in part because it had the benefit of going off the air at the same time "The Voice" did.
Heartbreaking content triumphs over self-indulgent form in the highly emotional and personal docu "My Stolen Revolution."
Nonfiction, women's and human-rights fests should celebrate this inspiring portrait of a vigorous campaigner for political and social change.
Ad exec Deborah Riley Draper's film debut is plenty appealing in description. In execution, however, its near-exclusive reliance on vintage photos and latter-day talking heads grows monotonous…
The tousled-hipster persona of Rob Stewart isn't going to help anyone take his eco-doc "Revolution" very seriously, and neither are Stewart's pie-in-the-sky prognostications about "the youth" somehow…
There's a gold mine of vintage clips in "The Secret Disco Revolution," but Jamie Kastner's documentary tethers them to a strained thesis and a misfired package concept.
Post-apocalyptic drama requires its own set of rules, and in "Revolution's" case, plenty of willing suspension of disbelief.
A slickly packaged addition to the myriad documentaries made about the recent events in Cairo's Tahrir Square, "1/2 Revolution" offers the privileged perspective of a group of filmmaker/activist…
This enterprising indie will be perceived as deriving pretty harmless fun from its "dirty" subject.