With the selection of Universal's Ridley Scott-helmed "Robin Hood" as opening night film and Tim Burton heading the jury, the Cannes Film Fest is looking Hollywood-friendly.
Cannes Film Festival
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Ridley Scott's "Robin Hood," starring Russell Crowe and Cate Blanchett, will open the 63rd Cannes Film Festival on May 12.
The trials and travails of a fictive French rock band make for rather easy listening in "Bus Palladium," a generic take on sex, drugs, and several guys in need of a haircut.
TV scribe-helmer Ben Wheatley has concocted a nifty black comedy.
Shinji Aoyama's "Decadent Sisters," Jaime Rosales' "Dream and Silence" and Nabil Ayouch's "Les Etoiles de Sidi Moumen" are among the 15 pics from around the world that will be featured at the Cannes…
It's tempting, and not entirely inaccurate, to describe "Barry Munday" as "Knocked Up Lite."
"Brotherhood" achieves the sweaty-palmed intensity of classic film noir.
The decades-old secret of a Gallic paterfamilias is at the heart of "Family Tree."
Hitching high-concept situations to low-brow execution and popular local stars.
A terminally ill 15-year-old wants to get laid before meeting his maker.