"War Horse" is simply a terrific war movie that makes its statements graphically and through sensitive portrayals, whether in actual battle scenes or not.
The only uplifting thing in the movie was the IATSE union bug in the last frame.
Co-writer/director Bouchareb explores the unlikely cross-cultural friendship that evolves between the Christian woman and Muslim man.
The film is a look back at the "Black Power" movement in the years referenced in the title.
A Muppets encounter with the Occupy movement might have made for a more interesting reboot of the franchise.
The prosecutors and judges as well, intended to make sure that Hitler's war and attendant atrocities would never happen again.
The success of "Days of Glory" actually forced the French government to improve benefits to Algerian veterans.
Documentaries dealing with history and politics come from all corners of the globe.
Debtocracy, a free online movie distributed under Creative Commons license, exposes roots of Greece and Europe's debt crisis and offers an alternative to austerity policies.
Last year it was "Made In Dagenham." Probably the most worker-oriented film at this year's Toronto International Film Festival was the class-conscious "Snows Of Kilimanjaro."