Unexpectedly atmospheric for a teen-angst drama cooped up in a basement, Bernardo Bertolucci's "Me and You" feels like an attempt to show that age, infirmity and three decades away from his native…
Variety's senior film critics, Justin Chang and Peter Debruge, sat down to discuss and debate the standouts so far at the 65th Cannes Film Festival.
Still-frisky 89-year-old auteur Alain Resnais has found a conceptually playful way to present a downright stodgy piece of material.
Michael Haneke's most intimate film in nearly a quarter-century, "Amour" relates the tragic final months in a relationship with at least six decades' worth of history.
What must it have been like to see "Dr. No" in 1962, discovering James Bond on the bigscreen for the first time?
This low-budget passion project from "Eagle Eye" director D.J. Caruso offers a practical solution to the issue of adolescent bullying.
An impressive if somewhat overblown exercise in contrasts, starring "Bullhead" breakout Matthias Schoenaerts and French siren Marion Cotillard as a pair whose daily fight for survival all but…
While no less twee than Wes Anderson's earlier pictures, "Moonrise Kingdom" supplies a poignant metaphor for adolescence itself.
Bond, Jimmy Bond. That's how world's most famous secret agent might have introduced himself in the 1954 hour-long TV version of "Casino Royale" -- the first screen adaptation of the first novel in…
Having pulled the improv equivalent of streaking through a mosque with "Borat's" ambush tactics, Sacha Baron Cohen retreats behind the veil of scripted comedy in "The Dictator."
Something stops Max from aging in "Somebody Up There Likes Me," a droll, low-budget comedy that never comments on the fact that its lead character remains roughly 28 for his entire life.