"Reset" is so gorgeously shot that it almost distracts attention away from the sheer inertia of its material.
Tribeca Film Festival
Craig Atkinson sits in on training sessions, congressional hearings, SWAT invasions and riot situations to spotlight the disturbing militarization of U.S. police departments.
An uneven omnibus pic about passionate love ranging from dramatic to moody to silly that will see traction largely through Viacom's streaming platforms.
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
Thriller “Here Alone” and documentary “The Return” nabbed the audience awards at the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival. The two titles, along with runners-up “Children of the Mountain” and “Midsummer in…
As most baldly evidenced by his refusal to tell a joke at last year's "Saturday Night Live" 40th anniversary celebration, Eddie Murphy has largely set aside any on-screen comedic inclinations.
Ricky Gervais has yet to find another role as perfectly suited to his caustic sensibilities as "The Office" boss David Brent — or, for that matter, the impishly nasty, trash-talking persona he…
A pair of vintage Air Jordans take the place of a bicycle in Justin Tipping's "Kicks," which updates De Sica's post-war Rome for the modern day East Bay culture of sideshows and Mac Dre, following a…
Among the most singular films to premiere at this Tribeca Film Festival, Alma Har'el's documentary "LoveTrue" reps an unusual view on the well-worn topic of love, in all its human imperfections.
In what will likely be one of the biggest deals out of this year's Tribeca Film Festival, Netflix has acquired worldwide streaming rights to the dramatic comedy "Little Boxes," Variety has learned…
Crime doesn't pay, and in "A Kind of Murder," neither does fantasizing about it.
Asian-American rappers battle not only other lyricists but also ethnic and music-industry stereotypes in "Bad Rap," filmmaker Salima Koroma's documentary portrait of four aspiring musicians…