A sunny, funny and alas sitcomy celebration of the rich, multicultural tapestry that is Britain today.
With the help of a black ex-con, Dad becomes a hip, freaky, fun-loving guy and his wife and kids are overjoyed. Best of all, he gets to keep the Mercedes and the job as a high-priced tax lawyer.
There are many characters in this neighborhood, living very full if not very happy lives.
Yet another terrifically well-made film from the Danish Dogme 95 group. How do they do it?
Yet more corruption in the LAPD makes you wonder if there are criminals in Los Angeles who aren't wearing a badge.
O for those carefree college days, when everyone drank himself senseless each weekend.
The ultimate in Civil War re-enactments can make for a laughably tiresome movie.
A thoughtful indy film done in by its earnestness.
Prison -- you don't want to go there.
By delivering LL Cool J into temptation. Definitely not cool or remotely funny.