Dance music broke so big, so quickly, that it often feels normal to talk about artists solely in terms of earnings or major festival bookings. Yet EDM's big tent allows for plenty of producers and…
This scatterbrained Pierce Brosnan spy pic will have to count on audiences' lingering '90s Bond nostalgia to make much headway.
Quincy Jones has been involved in so many causes, staged so many benefits and spearheaded so many initiatives, starting from the 1960s and continuing to the present day, that the word…
It's been well over a decade since Anthony Bourdain, former executive chef of Manhattan's Les Halles and author of bestselling memoir "Kitchen Confidential," became a TV star. With his Travel Channel…
This ruthlessly unfunny misfire should be quickly relegated to an IMDb trivia question after a brief theatrical bow.
Maria Sole Tognazzi's ultra-sedate romantic comedy "A Five Star Life" is full of aesthetic sophistication and luxurious ambiance, but its pleasures are all secondhand.
Beyonce leads the nominations for this year's MTV Video Music Awards, with videos from her self-titled "visual album" up for eight statuettes at the August 24 kudocast. Eminem and Iggy Azalea…
"Meet the Patels," a documentary directed by first-generation Indian-American siblings Geeta V. Patel and Ravi V. Patel, is often riotously funny.
The end credits for Kevin Asch's film "Affluenza" may not acknowledge "The Great Gatsby" as its obvious inspiration, but the film hews so closely to F. Scott Fitzgerald's novel that it practically…
Two Variety critics agree on Richard Linklater's best movie — but not until after an epic ramble about Kierkegaard, "Speed" and Milan Kundera.