A heartbreakingly lived-in portrait of three Afghanistan-bound soldiers from the same tiny Michigan town.
If "Outside Industry: The Story of SXSW" were any more inside-baseball in its focus, the interviewees would be wearing catcher's mitts.
A frequently unsettling account of how dubious "science" possibly led to an irreversible miscarriage of justice.
A slickly produced anecdotal account of how venture capitalists enabled maverick entrepreneurs to start and grow such companies as Intel, Apple, Genentech and Atari.
This 1970s period piece is nicely crafted and sweetly engaging overall, despite some stilted dialogue and crudely melodramatic elements.