"Who are you?" pleads a doomed man as Benedict Cumberbatch looms into his first close-up in Star Trek into Darkness. The answer is Khan. And... More >>
The only thing we English teachers hate more than Sparknotes is a high quality, mostly faithful movie version of a book. Why would a student slog... More >>
The biggest puzzlement of these early days of the festival comes from Sofia Coppola, one of my favorite working directors. Until now, I have... More >>
François Ozon's Young & Beautiful, a portrait of a 17-year-old French call girl, is something else again. This is another story about a... More >>
One of the most exciting things about attending the Cannes Film Festival is being among the first people to see the films the world will be... More >>
Nearly everyone I know who has seen the official poster for the 66th Cannes Film Festival -- a bird's-eye view of a kiss between a young Paul... More >>
In the course of reviewing movies in the early 2000s, just as computer-generated special effects were becoming radically sophisticated and were... More >>
Uwe Boll will no longer fight you -- at least, not with his fists. Often lambasted by critics as the worst of the worst, Boll once literally got... More >>
In his new film, the social drama At Any Price, director and co-writer Ramin Bahrani examines how the transformation of food into intellectual... More >>
When Michael Haneke's sobering end-of-life drama Amour premiered at Cannes last May, many critics reflected on the presence of a shared cultural... More >>
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