‘Love’ Is An Unexpected Clanger from Gaspar Noé
Noé’s 3D movie is surprisingly vanilla, given its bold premise. From #Cannes2015.
Julien Temple Is Making a Kinks Biopic
And he's got the rights to their music.
Ana Lily Amirpour Talks ‘A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night’
'Will it upset people [in Iran]? I’m sure. It’s not hard to upset Iranians.'
Romain Duris Always Wanted to Play a Woman (and 8 Other Things He Told Us)
He plays both David and Virginia in François Ozon's 'The New Girlfriend'.
Todd Haynes’ ‘Carol’ Will Leave You Devastated and Inspired
An incredibly moving film about a lesbian relationship in the 50s.
‘Irrational Man’ Is Another Mediocre Woody Allen Movie
Despite Joaquin Phoenix's efforts, Allen's 46th film is nothing to write home about.
Gus Van Sant’s ‘Sea Of Trees’ Is the Biggest Disappointment of Cannes So Far
It got booed here in Cannes. And it deserved it.
‘Green Room’ Is a Survival Horror That Swaps Romero Zombies for Far-Right Skinheads
Our review from #Cannes2015.
‘The Lobster’ Presents a Dystopian World with Tinder-esque Relationship Politics
Here's our review from #Cannes.
The Week's Movie News in GIFs
Anne Hathaway is starring in a movie described as 'Godzilla' meets 'Lost in Translation'. Plus something about Jim Jarmusch.
Why You Can't Criticise Kristen Stewart for Her Mumbling
This predictable critical echo refuses to dissipate.
Someone Made a Supercut of All the Times Paul Dano Gets Beaten Up
Because no one gets taken out quite as badly as Dano does.