In honor of this week's release of "Interstellar," Variety critics Justin Chang and Andrew Barker trade in-depth notes on Nolan's filmography and personally rank all nine of his features to date.
Jean-Luc Godard might well appreciate the irony that his form-busting use of 3D in "Goodbye to Language" -- the very element that has made this by far his most passionately embraced work in years…
Not to be confused with "Annabelle" (although that could only help commercially), "Jessabelle" serves up a murky and underwhelming cauldron of Southern-fried voodoo-horror claptrap.
Don't let the clean white shirt, friendly demeanor and Jesus-loving lingo fool you.
If there's a reason "Gone Girl" has emerged as a key movie of the moment, it's because David Fincher's thriller effectively doubles as a cautionary satire about the horrors of heterosexual commitment…
A movie that only comes to life -- and then just barely -- in its moments of tooth-pulling, finger-slicing, gut-twisting violence.
The sly deadpan humor that audiences have come to expect from Bent Hamer is comparatively absent from "1001 Grams."
It's the rare Hasbro-inspired movie that may actually dissuade audiences from buying the product it's presumably selling, but aside from that rather charming distinction, "Ouija" is fairly routine…
The Los Angeles Film Critics Assn. will present Gena Rowlands with its career achievement award, the group announced on Saturday.
The latest soap product to roll off the Nicholas Sparks assembly line.