A gang of cockney boys attempt to rob a bank, little realizing they've been set up by Her Majesty's spymasters, in "The Bank Job," an engrossing if underwhelming period thriller.
Very much in the tradition of "Slap Shot," George Roy Hill's raucously funny and foul-mouthed 1977 laffer about the misadventures of a minor-league hockey team, "Semi-Pro" scores big laughs with the…
Practical aspects of Koran-sanctioned polygamy play out in a small Iranian village in "Four Wives -- One Man."
An unblinking, deeply resonant look at three women and their families navigating a government-imposed relocation in an underprivileged section of Los Angeles.
Casting a rueful eye on the naive ideals and narcissistic excesses of the flower-power era, Gudny Halldorsdottir's period drama "The Quiet Storm" examines a miscarriage of justice and exhumes some…
A dramatization of a real-life 1818 rural encounter between a stigmatic nun and the devout writer sent to document her beliefs.
Though spotty cast and choppy story prevent the pic from clearing the ambitious "American Beauty" hurdle it sets for itself, the film has modest regional appeal.
"Vaclav" is an unorthodox yet involving rural drama, culled from true events, that blends elements of "Rain Man" and "My Sweet Little Village."
Pic is a worldly, knowing look at adult affairs, and could do famously in urban centers, at festivals and on enlightened cable outlets.
Luke Wolbach's compelling "Row Hard No Excuses" follows two middle-aged American men who compete in a 3,000-mile transatlantic rowing race.