A surprisingly strong directorial debut from Ben “Plan B” Drew with this complex urban drama following a host of East Londoners dealing with drugs, violence, prostitution, gang culture, and miscellaneous crime. Not for everyone, but a better film of this genre is hard to find.
A crew of African American pilots serving in the segregated US army during World War II fly planes and fight the good fight. This is the first thing George Lucas has produced in 18 years that has nothing to do with Indiana Jones or Star Wars. That my friends is what we call personal growth.
Passport to Pimlico (limited release)
Re-release of late 40s Ealing Comedy about a group of London residents who declare independence for Pimlico.