Channing Tatum’s male stripper sequel is all about what it means to give women what they want.
Felt also has the help of some creepy homemade costumes.
Being awful is still no substitute for being funny — but Seth MacFarlane’s talking teddy bear sequel does manage some laughs anyway.
The animation giant’s most thrilling movies have been the ones that paid no attention to the rules.
The new movie Eden, like Inside Llewyn Davis and Bunheads, is a piercing look at the other side of chasing your dreams.
The Tribe is like nothing else you’ve ever seen.
Mosasaurus, Triceratops, and Velociraptors — oh my!
Paul Feig’s new comedy is a reminder of just how hilarious — and poignant — its leading lady can be.
A Los Angeles resident and a Bay Area native discuss what it’s like watching their respective cities get demolished on-screen.
It’s got a gorgeous setting and a great cast that includes Bradley Cooper, Emma Stone, and Rachel McAdams. But here’s where Aloha loses its way.
Or at least, the best ones I got the chance to see, from an elliptical drama about sleeping sickness to a stunning lesbian love story.
The new doc Amy offers a moving look at the singer’s talent and tragedy. Krisha, a fellow Cannes film, shows addiction in another light.
Cartel thriller Sicario, martial arts drama The Assassin, and punks vs. skins movie Green Room brought some action to the famous film festival.
Gaspar Noé’s new film Love brings a 3D ejaculation to Cannes screens.
Brad Bird’s new movie offers jetpacks and gee-whiz, and also a lecture.
“I think we’re moving in a certain direction,” the director said at Cannes. “I don’t think you can really go backwards.”
Call it a comeback — Pixar’s new movie charmed Cannes as the company’s best in years.
The Sea of Trees is not the McConaissance’s finest hour.