This study of toxic selfishness presented as comedy isn't nearly funny enough for a film starring Owen Wilson and Zach Galifianakis, and nowhere near as serious as Weiner's celebrated TV work.
With its cutesy title, John Carney's "Can a Song Save Your Life?" distracts from the real question looming large over the "Once" director's latest: Can Keira Knightley sing?
Any doubt that still exists in audiences' minds as to Matthew McConaughey's talents as an actor are permanently put to rest by this riveting and surprisingly relatable true story.
Offering closure to a less-told chapter of World War II history, "The Railway Man" retraces the tracks of an exceptional man's life, as former British soldier Eric Lomax confronts the Japanese…
Catherine Breillat's films have always been autobiographical, often painfully so, and yet "Abuse of Weakness" cuts even closer to the marrow than the rest.
Variety has selected its 10 Actors to Watch list, unveiling a diverse group of thesps whom the publication's editors believe to be on the brink of big things. Profiles of the actors will appear in…
With just nine inhabitants — including a bitter German doctor, a haughty French baroness and a family of social exiles — the island of Floreana becomes a Clue-worthy backdrop for conflict and murder…
Formula One adversaries James Hunt and Niki Lauda's larger-than-life bout for the 1976 world championship title fuels Ron Howard's exhilarating "Rush" — not just one of the great racing movies of all…
For decades, the Venice and Toronto film festivals have stood by while Telluride stole their thunder on world premieres, but could this year's impressive 40th anniversary Telluride lineup have gone…
So entertaining that audiences hardly even realize how incendiary it is, "Tim's Vermeer" stirs up a flurry of scandal in the hallowed realm of art history.
Devoid of color and mirth alike, Pawel Pawlikowski's severe "Ida" is just the sort of joyless art film one might expect Polish nuns living under the clutches of 1960s communism to appreciate.