Nervy black comedy Four Lions explores the lighter side of suicide bombing 

A Bang-Up Job

Four Lions, the first film released through the Alamo Drafthouse's new film distribution offshoot, has not been particularly successful thus far in its U.S. rollout. That's a shame on several levels. First off, any arthouse distributor taking risks in the current climate…

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