"Nobody to Watch Over Me" is a hard-to-swallow social critique delivered in the guise of a taut protective-custody thriller.
Such predictable pap is generally better suited for romance novels or Lifetime movies.
Caught somewhere between 1940s film noir and digitally spiffy contempo fare, "Yesterday Was a Lie" toys with time in story and style.
Live-action editors will tell you theirs is the one of the most misunderstood jobs in Hollywood, but that's nothing compared to the image problem facing their counterparts in CG animation.
Don't be fooled by the title. "Brothers" may emphasize the dynamic between make-pop-proud elder son Tobey Maguire and black sheep Jake Gyllenhaal, but it's Natalie Portman's character who finds…
Variety Features Editor Peter DeBruge catches up with Oscar foreign-language recipients.
Leonardo DiCaprio is getting animated for the first time in his career.
Jesse Harris knows all about the challenges facing teen filmmakers. After all, he used to be one. "Basically, I convinced my parents it would be a good idea to take my college money and make a…