Sassy irreverence gives way to feeble romantic-comedy conventions in this Justin Timberlake-Mila Kunis starrer.
Like the shorter, best-parts version of other industry kudofests, the Golden Trailer Awards were mercifully brisk in honoring the year's top key-artists.
It's hard to believe it's been 10 years since a humble B-movie director named Peter Jackson came along and reinvented the fantasy film genre.
A suspenseful yet markedly less insidious update of the 1973 horror telepic.
Inspired by the "vogueing" sensation featured in the 1990 documentary "Paris Is Burning," Sheldon Larry's "Leave It on the Floor" describes a different kind of coming out from most gay features…
Since mankind can't be relied upon to take care of the Earth, a group of computer-animated critters band together to fix things themselves in "Animals United."
It's the audience that is most likely to feel cheated by this far-too-mellow drama.
Tyros use hand-tooled techniques in innovative new ways.
J.J. Abram's modest Spielberg-era nostalgia trip invests a sweet, family-friendly drama with big-budget thrills.
Subtitles alone won't be enough to translate "The Minister" for export, though writer-director Pierre Schoeller's serious-minded exploration of what makes a French politician tick could impress local…
After a midfest conversation about artistic considerations (Cannes Show Daily, May 18), Variety's senior film critics compare notes on a festival at which films of extreme violence and bitter…