Two Variety critics agree on Richard Linklater's best movie -- but not until after an epic ramble about Kierkegaard, "Speed" and Milan Kundera.
After making a tin-eared debut with last year's "Planes," an earthbound pileup of lame jokes and ethnic caricatures, Disney's "Cars" spinoff franchise gets a bit higher off the ground with "Planes…
It may begin with a character racing across a desert with a small plane in hot pursuit, but "Heatstroke" is not, to put it gently, the second coming of "North by Northwest."
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A well-meaning personal project that never rises above the level of amiable mediocrity.
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Less than two months ago, a judge in Panola County, Texas, ordered the early release of Bernie Tiede, the now-55-year-old convicted murderer played by Jack Black in Richard Linklater's 2012 dark…
Fittingly enough for a film about a long, unhurried process of discovery, it wasn't until near the wrap of production that Richard Linklater decided he would call his 16th feature "Boyhood."
The influence of "The Hangover" looms like a toxic cloud over "Think Like a Man Too," a raucous mess of a Vegas-set sequel that brings new meaning to the term "sloppy seconds."