Judging by his free-floating astronaut fantasies, Philippe Mars is not the kind of man they think he is at home (oh, no, no, no, he's a rocket man!).
Whereas nearly all forms of 20th-century combat go boom, the next frontier of cyberwarfare goes beep.
It's nobody's idea of interesting to watch someone wield his red pencil over a pile of pages, even if the editor in question is the great Maxwell Perkins.
Halfway into the massive Berlin lineup, Variety pundits (mostly) impressed so far with quality offerings from Jeff Nichols, Mia Hansen-Love and Andre Techine.
The first time an MQ-1 Predator or MQ-9 Reaper takes out a human target on U.S. soil, American citizens are likely to change their tune about the military's still-too-secret drone program.
To the extent that Andre Techine's "Being 17" is about the erotic awakening between two French teens, audiences might reasonably claim to have seen it before.
In what might as well be Chile's Chappaquiddick incident, the real-life hit-and-run case ruffled enough feathers that one would expect a more indignant satire, whereas Almendras indulges his…
Seen through the eyes of a Maori teen on the brink of manhood, "The Patriarch" plays like a classic Western as it proudly expands the still-limited canon of essential films about New Zealand's tribal…
A tiny island no more than eight square miles in size, Lampedusa has long been a Mediterranean toehold for people on the move, as African migrants take advantage of its position halfway to Sicily.
Alexander Skasgard and Michael Pena ignore the rules in John Michael McDonagh's talky, sexy and ultimately somewhat surreal buddy-cop movie.
Jeff Nichols demonstrates once and for all that he's now the storyteller audiences can rely on for the kind of slow-burn supernatural thrill they once sought from M. Night Shyamalan.