A heavy-handed inspirational drama that plays to audiences' emotions rather than their intelligence.
In a perfect world, Pierce Brosnan would have succeeded Roger Moore as 007 in "The Living Daylights," thereby shaving 25 years off the character's age.
Bearing a superficial resemblance to Venice prizewinner "Pieta," but actually more in sync with classic neorealism.
You can't build a house without breaking a few laws; that's the message of "Still," in which an elderly New Brunswick man runs afoul of the Royal District Planning Commission while constructing a…
Variety's senior film critics, Peter Debruge and Justin Chang, discuss the pleasures, challenges and awards season implications of this year's Toronto Film Festival.
Half crinoline romance, half crusty military-history lesson, "Emperor" goes behind the scenes immediately following Japan's surrender in World War II to reveal the delicate negotiations that allowed…
By the time of "A View to a Kill," Roger Moore had overstayed his welcome as Bond. Even the actor was eager to move on, but that didn't stop Broccoli from putting him through the wringer one last…
A blood-boiling look at a crime whose perpetrators remain national heroes in their native Indonesia, docu challenges those responsible for carrying out the executions of nearly a million convicted…
It's easy to understand why the role-playing story of a man who fakes his death and assumes a new identity attracted Colin Firth and Emily Blunt, though attracting auds to this patently phony…
Variety senior film critics Peter Debruge and Justin Chang discuss the films they've seen at Toronto so far:
A manipulative student (Ernst Umhauer) hooks his high school lit teacher (Fabrice Luchini) with a series of scandalous stories written for class in Francois Ozon's "In the House."