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.
An elemental triangle elevated by unusually detailed attention to nonverbal psychological cues, "August" is a gay romantic drama that's sexy without feeling like a flimsy excuse to bare well-toned…
A contempo contribution to the august British tradition of lame, unfunny sex comedies, Yank-Brit co-production "Swinging With the Finkels" tracks how one London-based couple tries to scratch the…
Attorney Marc Dreier, the mastermind behind one of the largest securities and money fraud schemes in U.S. history, is treated with kid gloves in "Unraveled," a slick, carefully made docu whose effect…
A bright performance by newcomer Zhu Lin can't prevent severe credibility gaps and abrasive tonal shifts from harpooning the heartwarming intentions of "33 Postcards."
One needs several hearts to survive the breakage inflicted by "Somewhere Between," a delicately wrought, deeply felt docu-profile of four teenage girls who differ in background and aspirations, but…
"Oliver Sherman" probes the psychological impact of combat when one lost ex-soldier visits his his former superior and shows no inclination to leave.
John Lasseter and his team have hit the creative accelerator with this unexpectedly delightful sequel.
A disappointing entry in the school of anti-corporate documentaries.
Outstanding, but sure to challenge auds wherever it goes due to its provocative subject matter.
Dispiriting ensemble romantic comedy will require excessively indulgent local auds to make any coin.