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When veteran crook Val finishes a 28-year prison stretch, former partner Doc picks him up at the gate. Comment?
Dr. Jonathan Banks learns the hard way in "Side Effects." The potent crime drama peers into the foggy world of behavior modification drugs. Comment?
Who stole the show at last night's Hangover 3 premiere? Is the Jersey Shore moving to the Hamptons? Plus, a complete guide to what the gang from Arrested Development has been up to since their last season in 2006. Comment?
If you plan to see Scott McGehee and David Siegel's What Maisie Knew , this is your homework: Watch Mark Rappaport's From the Journals of Jean Seberg , a fascinating documentary which will tell you everything you need to know about the Kuleshov Effect. Comment?
Rated PG, 106 min. Directed by Marc Forster., Starring Johnny Depp, Kate Winslet, Julie Christie, Freddie Highmore, Dustin Hoffman, Radha Mitchell and Nick Roud. Comment?
Even if you watch the English-dubbed version rather than the subtitled one, there's no denying the fundamental Frenchness of Jean-Franois Laguionie's beautiful and thought-provoking animated film The Painting - and that's not a bad thing, since animated American films on similar themes tend to end up like Shane Acker's overblown 9 . Within a ... (more) Comment?
There's no actual hangover in the third installment of the blackout-themed franchise, but enduring this laugh-free sequel nonetheless does elicit a sick, queasy feeling. Comment?
A visually pithy victory of bittersweetness over cynicism, and therefore arguably a career highlight for director Noah Baumbach, Frances Ha shows with keen humor and without self-pity what it's like to be alive and in one's twenties and in New York and aware of one's potential slipping away. Comment?
Locally based director-producers Gayatri Roshan and Emmanuel Vaughan-Lee structure their environmental documentary as a triptych of profiles in courage: In India, one water conservationist labors alone to clean up the lethally polluted Ganges River Basin; in Canada, one young Athabasca Chipewyan mother campaigns against the toxic exploitation of a ... (more) Comment?
The Hollywood Reporter ' s final Cannes daily issue features a wrap up of the business that has already taken place on the market and a photo portfolio of exclusive images. Comment?
If moods were generally glum, it was because there wasn't the same parade of big-budget projects flooding the Cannes pre-sales market as in the past two years . Comment?
... an actor, she's won an Oscar." I know it seems unlikely, but when you have young children, you really never go to the movies. We have a 7, 5 and 3-year-old. But I loved her face and I loved her attitude because she was quiet, but she had a total ... Comment?
Apsara Distribution, the pan-Asian rights buying arm of IM Global, has snapped up a slew of high-profile Cannes market titles to feed the pipe. Comment?
Michael Douglas has spoken of his pride in wife Catherine Zeta Jones, as she returns home after a stint in rehab. Comment?
... now 82, a Toronto-born filmmaker who learned his craft in the early days of the CBC and went on to make such American movies as First Blood and Weekend at Bernies, as well as five seasons of the TV series Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. Kotcheff ... Comment?
A crime spree rattling the Cannes Film Festival is continuing, with a second hotel robbery and several physical attacks reported. Comment?
James Franco has proven himself an ambitious sort in recent years, branching off from merely working as an actor to studying for a master's degree part-time, and now turning his talents towards directing. Comment?
May 21: Eva Longoria revealed a bit more than she realised when she was trying to save her dress from the rain at the Cannes Film Festival in France. Comment?
This year's Cannes Film Festival saw the screening of a preview of the buzzed-about documentary "Salinger," which centers on the reclusive " Catcher in the Rye " author. Comment?
Easier to respect than embrace, Jimmy P. tells its true-life story with understatement and features sturdy performances from Benicio del Toro and Mathieu Amalric. Comment?