Remember "Cop Out," 2010's less-than-momentous clash of the action-comic stylings of Bruce Willis and Tracy Morgan?
It's a situation that has flummoxed many a casual matchmaker. You have two single friends — both sweet, smart, eminently dateable people — whom you're determined to bring together.
In an evenly matched competition, guessing what Pedro Almodovar's jury will honor is even trickier than usual.
Iranian filmmaker Mohammad Rasoulof's "Lerd" won the top prize in the Un Certain Regard section at the Cannes Film Festival this evening.
Some filmmakers rust during periods of inactivity; Lynne Ramsay arches and tenses, lying in wait like an attack dog.
For me, tweeting praise for a film at Cannes tends to elicit a two-tiered response from excited movie fans far away from the Croisette.
Those already acquainted with the young oeuvre of Benny and Josh Safdie — the multitasking fraternal auteur duo with a joint eye to the social fringes of New York City — may see the title of their…
For how long can a film level-headedly discuss the rules and mechanics of a thriller before becoming something of a thriller itself?
"Nothing is more beautiful than what disappears before our eyes," a character murmurs more than once in "Radiance," a gentle-hearted, quintessentially new-age but fatally cloying new outing from…
If any director should have two films in the official selection at this year's Cannes Film Festival, it may as well be shaggy Korean iconoclast Hong Sangsoo.
It may be the most crowded and party-fueled event on the global film calendar, but the Cannes Film Festival can be an oddly solitary, contemplative experience for attendees outside the inner circle.