Cannes Review: La Vie d’Adele (Blue is the Warmest Color)
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Cannes Review: La Vie d’Adele (Blue is the Warmest Color)

Cannes Review: As I Lay Dying
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Cannes Review: As I Lay Dying

I don’t know when it happened exactly – maybe it was his non-performance hosting the…

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Cannes Review: Mack the Knife – Only God Forgives
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Cannes Review: Mack the Knife – Only God Forgives

Nicolas Winding Refn’s follow-up to Drive takes him farther away from traditional narrative and deeper…

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Cannes review. Taking a stand: Takashi Miike’s Shield of Straw
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Cannes review. Taking a stand: Takashi Miike’s Shield of Straw

Audiences will go in to Shield of Straw hoping for something other than what director…

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Craig’s Take: Takashi Miike’s Shield of Straw
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Craig’s Take: Takashi Miike’s Shield of Straw

I’m going into each film here at the festival knowing as little in advance as…

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Cannes review: The Borgman Giveth, the Borgman Taketh Away
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Cannes review: The Borgman Giveth, the Borgman Taketh Away

You have to appreciate a film festival that would put a movie as strange as…

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Cannes review: A Man of Constant Sorrow – Inside Llewyn Davis
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Cannes review: A Man of Constant Sorrow – Inside Llewyn Davis

Those of us who know Bob Dylan’s story well can point to his profound influence…

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Cannes Review. Not Gone, Not Forgotten: The Past
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Cannes Review. Not Gone, Not Forgotten: The Past

William Faulkner once wrote, “The past is never dead. It’s not even past.” This is…

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Craig’s Take: Asghar Farhadi’s The Past
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Craig’s Take: Asghar Farhadi’s The Past

Cannes review: Fruitvale Station reveals an atrocity of American injustice
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Cannes review: Fruitvale Station reveals an atrocity of American injustice