Paolo Sorrentino’s new film is both daring and traditional, realistic and absurd
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There’s lots of sex and some brilliant filmmaking, but director Valerie Donzelli also makes some missteps
Joachim Trier’s intimate family drama never falls flat or feels false
Todd Haynes’ film shows the points of light that helped lead the gay community out of the shadows
Allen revisits the dilemma of crime and punishment and the morality of murder
Director Matteo Garrone has come up with an amalgam of Ken Russell and old-school Disney
Cannes 2014 review: The 25-year-old director dives and dips wildly into a claustrophobic world of mommy lust and near incest
Cannes review 2014: The director of “The Artist” dives into a serious subject with his drama set in the war in Chechnya
Cannes Review: the Dardenne brothers have made the best film of the Cannes Film Festival so far
Cannes 2014: The director of “Moneyball” and “Capote” delivers a haunting drama about power, wealth and loneliness leading to tragedy
Julianne Moore and Robert Pattinson Lay Waste to Hollywood in David Cronenberg’s ‘Maps to the Stars’
Cannes 2014 review: Cronenberg’s blackly humorous assault on Tinseltown nails the sickness in our celebrity-obsessed culture
Cannes 2014 review: This entertaining, genre-bending Western with Hilary Swank also has deeper themes on its mind
Cannes 2014: Timothy Spall’s self-centered painter anchors Leigh’s brilliant examination of the human price of creative genius
Bruce Dern delivers a sweet rendering of old age in Payne's most personal film, and one of his best
Redford gives a moving performance as a man lost at sea in J.C. Chandor's almost dialogue-free follow-up to "Margin Call"
"Drive" director Nicolas Winding Refn indulges in one bloody killing after another, and practically licks the knife afterwards
In competition at the festival, Soderbergh's honest, authentic rendering of the passionate, sometimes silly love affair between Liberace and Scott Thorson is his best film...
The Japanese cult director refuses to sell out his premise for the sake of audience satisfaction
Alex van Warmerdam's film is a bizarre, rambling, vivid dream that often feels as if the director and cast are making it up as they...
Coens' tragicomic story of Greenwich Village folk scene is a sharp, evocative portrait of a world about to be changed by Bob Dylan
But Asghar Farhadi's first film since "A Separation" may be tough to beat for the Palme d'Or
The parents are awful, the teenagers are repulsive and the celebrities are removed from reality, but no one gets away clean in Sofia Coppola's brilliant...
Francois Ozon’s story of a teenage prostitute asks an audience to check its morality at the door
Lots of things go wrong in Andrew Dominik's Brad Pitt gangster movie "Killing Them Softly" — but beneath it all, the film is a dark...
Iranian director Abbas Kiarostami's "Like Someone in Love" is a thorny trifle that toys with its audience
Michael Haneke's film about a couple's love amid tragedy is already considered an Oscar contender for foreign language film
In "Lawless," Hillcoat is at his best working with actors and draws from them vulnerability, as well as the monsters within
Cannes may not have chosen any women directors, but films like "Beasts of the Southern Wild" and "Beyond the Hills" speak with strong female voices
Ulrich Seidl's Cannes drama reverses the gender dynamic on sexual exploitation and proves to be a draining experience