Offering closure to a less-told chapter of World War II history, "The Railway Man" retraces the tracks of an exceptional man's life, as former British soldier Eric Lomax confronts the Japanese…
From the September 17, 2013 issue of Variety
A revelatory performance by 29-year-old rising star Felicity Jones ("Like Crazy") is the chief but hardly only virtue of this tastefully mounted and brilliantly acted Dickens tale.
While swerving past the pitfall of tastelessness, this sincerely intended account of the last two years of Princess Diana's life risks an even more perilous roadblock: dullness.
Easily the most innocent, family-friendly ode to hallucinogenic drug use since "Puff the Magic Dragon," "Attila Marcel" marks writer-director Sylvain Chomet's charming first foray into live action…
Catherine Breillat's films have always been autobiographical, often painfully so, and yet "Abuse of Weakness" cuts even closer to the marrow than the rest.
This unblinking study of academia offers a summation of sorts of Frederick Wiseman's exceptional career.
Gianfranco Rosi explores Rome's Grande A the most extensive urban highway in Italy, in this intriguing but all-over-the-place docu.
Marvel/ABC pilot picks up where "Avengers" left off, but doesn't pack quite the same punch.