"It's not even that good a story," Moses grumbles early on in Ridley Scott's "Exodus: Gods and Kings," shortly after learning of the mysterious events that transformed a lowly Hebrew slave into a…
If some movies leave you feeling in need of a shower afterward, then nothing short of a colonic will do after a viewing of "The Mule."
The eyes may be the windows to the soul, but they wind up revealing far too little in "Big Eyes."
At the risk of suggesting that "Horrible Bosses 2" has a compelling reason to exist, it's worth noting that the movie does function, on one level, as an anti-capitalist revenge fantasy aimed at the…
A skillful, straightforward combat picture gradually develops into something more complex and ruminative in Clint Eastwood's "American Sniper."
There's enough macho swagger for three pictures but barely enough soul to sustain even one in Rupert Wyatt's gambling drama.
A tricky transitional episode of "The Hunger Games" franchise that abandons the reality-TV bloodsports of the first two movies to conjure a dour, grimly escalating vision of all-out war.
A bland and formulaic tale of two senior citizens who discover that it's never too late to fall in love.
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 — is…