A pair of precociously charming perfs and a gritty sense of street can't prevent "The Inevitable Defeat of Mister and Pete" from wading into soggy sentiment.
Sundance Film Festival
Variety has been writing about up-and-coming thesp Mackenzie Davis for the better part of a year, but today is the first time she'll truly be in the spotlight, as Drake Doremus' "Breathe In"…
Generally a recommended practice in good parenting guides, family mealtimes around the table get a bad rap in the exuberantly grisly "We Are What We Are," the third and most polished feature to date…
Skillfully adapted from Tim Tharp's novel, evocatively lensed in the working-class neighborhoods of Athens, Ga., and tenderly acted by Miles Teller and Shailene Woodley, this bittersweet ode to the…
Tequan Richmond has been acting for more than a decade but his career is due is for a boost once Sundance auds check out his performance as Beltway sniper Lee Boyd Malvo opposite Isaiah Washington's…
Anne Fontaine's film about two lifelong friends who fall for each other's sons is all vapidly beautiful surface, an impeccably tasteful picture about some awfully tasteless decisions.
Sundance Selects has closed a deal to acquire North American rights to Nick Ryan's K2 documentary "The Summit," the distributor has confirmed to Variety.
Simply relating the narrative of Andrew Dosunmu's seductive immigrant drama "Mother of George" would do little to convey the film's stark, poetic power, much less its extraordinary visual and sonic…
Only an actor as appealing as Joseph Gordon-Levitt could pull off the role he creates for himself in "Don Jon's Addiction," an endearingly masturbatory look at how a culture of objectification erodes…
A powder-puff profile by helmers R.J. Cutler and Greg Finton likely to be remembered as a great squandered opportunity.
Writer-director Shaka King's alternately romantic, comedic and melancholy look at barely functioning dopeheads attempts a more mature mix of marijuana and melodrama.