Spotlight on bigscreen newbies who might attract Oscar attention.
The name's Smiley, George Smiley -- and he's the opposite of 007 in nearly every way.
Even as Oscar enthusiasts turn their attention to the best picture category this year, wondering how many contenders nomination day will bring, a similarly suspense is building in the toon race.
Not since "300" has so much Greek flesh been bared in service of such gratuitous carnage.
A brisk computer-animated adventure clever enough to become essential yuletide viewing.
Any movie in which the longtime FBI honcho features as the central character must supply some insight into what made him tick, or suffer from the reality that the Bureau's exploits were far more…
Further evidence that the working class is sharpening its pitchforks to storm Wall Street's castle, "Tower Heist" serves up an old-fashioned comedy caper in which employees in a tony residential…
Before the Sundance Film Festival, Brit Marling had been butting up against the challenges facing any young actress.
It takes a lot to scare a film critic. We've seen too much; we know nearly all the tricks. So when a horror movie comes along and demonstrates a new way to unsettle, it's not something to be taken…
Young thesps populated Variety's fifth annual Power of Youth bash Oct. 22.
A fascinating philosophical conceit delivered as a slick, hyper-stylized conspiracy yarn, juicy enough to deliver on both fronts, provided you don't ask too many questions.