This sporadically amusing but unduly protracted dramedy devolves into a shameless tearjerker in its third act.
Esai Morales is taking on Ken Howard for the presidency of SAG-AFTRA as the head of a revived Membership First slate. Morales, a former Screen Actors Guild national board member best known for his…
A numbingly inane if cheerfully up-to-the-minute new entry in Dimension's never-say-die spoof franchise.
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
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- Playback: Ben Foster on ‘Hell or High Water’ and Being a ‘Builder’ as an Actor
Read Variety's reviews of "42," "To the Wonder" and other new U.S. theatrical releases.
Travel nightmare made worse with joke
In a shock move, the Spanish government announced Friday a dramatic hike on cinema ticket tax from 8% to 21% of sales.
At an awards luncheon on June 21, CineEurope will deliver its kudos to this year's honorees.
An often hilarious, mostly infuriating chronicle of the rise and fall of one of America's most obscenely wealthy families, this timely and involving documentary elicits both sympathy and…
Set in the gas refineries of southern Iran, the pic offers glimpses into the lives of three men, transplanted workers living in disused segments of concrete pipes.
A decade ago, U.K. shingle Fragile Films resurrected the treasured Ealing Studios brand, and "Burke & Hare" reps their closest attempt yet to match the tone and content of such beloved Ealing…
Spain's Council of Ministers finally approved a bitterly polemical Film Law Friday morning, although government critics say that some of the draft law's teeth have been pulled.