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.
Stone is luminous in another crummy role in Allen’s Irrational Man. Fellow Cannes film The Lobster, starring Colin Farrell and Rachel Weisz, is a hundred times more interesting.
Hayek gets gory and Vincent Cassel gets randy in sumptuous fairy tale film Tale of Tales. Another Cannes premiere, Our Little Sister, aims for more grounded family drama.
From Salma Hayek as a heart-eating queen to Matthew McConaughey as a suicidal traveler, it looks like it’s going to be a good year at the world’s greatest film event.
TL;DR: The music is better and the comedy is worse.
The action icon has broken into acting, then stardom, then comedy, then politics, and back again. He talks to BuzzFeed News about rebranding himself as a dramatic leading man in Maggie.
Liking the Marvel Cinematic Universe is an adventure in dread as well as anticipation. WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD!
The new adaptation of Far From the Madding Crowd is luscious, romantic, and comes with a welcome modern twist.
No need to wait for Wonder Woman to see something from a female director. Here are 11 new movies by women that played at the Tribeca Film Festival that should be on your radar.
When feel-good goes wrong.