Retread comedy finds the funny in faith.
Despite pinching its premise from Mark Joffe’s 2001 Australian hit comedy The Man Who Sued God, Umesh Shukla’s OMG: Oh My God! nevertheless manages to find its own identity and sustain a satisfactory whimsy over its slightly too long two-and-a...
An accurate reflection of post-9/11 realities.
Some people crave fidelity. Accordingly, while watching The Reluctant Fundamentalist, some fans of Mohsin Hamid’s novel will be horrified by the substantial changes made by the novelist in tandem with director Mira Nair and screenwriter William...
Rather too obviously based on a play but the performances are terrific.
In the Lancashire city of Salford in 1971, Pakistani-born George Kahn, (Om Puri), runs a fish and chip shop (George`s English Chippy) with his English wife, Ella, (Linda Bassett). They have seven children George has attempted to raise as good...
An atmospheric music score leads the way into an emotional love story brimming with tragedy.
The world has become a genetically regulated global village where citizens are identified through \'papelles\' - DNA-specific IDs and passports. Tim Robbins plays insurance investigator William who goes to Shanghai to expose a fatal travel scam....