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Cannes Video #8: Critics Roundtable
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The Cannes Film Festival is underway, and Chaz Ebert is on the ground to report on every development. In this video, critics Jason Gorber, Ben Kenigsberg, Lisa Nesselson, and Isaac Feldberg talk about their findings on the festival's offerings. Watch the video below.
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WHITE TRASH Exclusive: Watch The Trailer For This Canadian Dark Comedy Crime Thriller
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Trashing a body is easier said than done. [Read the whole post on screenanarchy.com...]
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George Clooney and Brad Pitt Reunite in the First Trailer for Wolfs
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While they both provided voices for John Krasinski’s If (at least going by IMDb, as I can’t imagine ever watching it), we’re considering Wolfs to be the true reunion between Ocean’s and Burn After Reading stars George Clooney and Brad...
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Jesse Plemons Warns of Danger in New Trailer for Yorgos Lanthimos’ Kinds of Kindness
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With Cannes Film Festival wrapped up, one of the first premieres to arrive in theaters is Yorgos Lanthimos’ triptych Kinds of Kindness. Starring Cannes Best Actor winner Jesse Plemons, alongside Emma Stone, Willem Dafoe, Margaret Qualley, Hong Chau, Joe Alwyn,...
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In a Violent Nature Review: A Thrillingly Cryptic and Evocative Act of Genre Resusitation
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Think of Chris Nash’s as Béla Tarr doing an unholy doc-fiction hybrid about Crystal Lake. The post <em>In a Violent Nature</em> Review: A Thrillingly Cryptic and Evocative Act of Genre Resusitation appeared first on Slant Magazine.
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WE ARE LADY PARTS S2 Review: Comedy Powered By Music, Defined by Culture, Passion
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Nida Manzoor's show returns for six more rockin' episodes. [Read the whole post on screenanarchy.com...]
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2024 Cannes Film Festival – Checklist of Our Reviews
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IONCINEMA.com’s Chief Film Critic Nicholas Bell reviewed the entire competition and more. Here is a comprehensive guide to all the feature films across all sections, including logged reviews and forthcoming ones. Though Cannes might be over, we still have unpublished...
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Saved! at 20: Director Brian Dannelly Reflects on His Teenage Christian Comedy and Plans for a Sequel 
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It might be too on-the-nose to call Saved! a minor miracle of a movie, but how else would you describe Brian Dannelly’s faith-centric satire? Since it was released in arthouses and multiplexes 20 years ago this week, it’s remained one...
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Neon’s Five Palme d’Or Winners, Ranked
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It wasn’t that long ago that the Palme d’Or didn’t mean much to the average moviegoer. Sure, it’s the top prize at the world’s most prestigious film festival, but the Cannes award didn’t necessarily translate into major box office—or even...
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HtN Celebrates Sean Baker’s Palme d’Or Win!
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(Photo credit Valery Hache via Getty Images) The big, stunning news over the weekend was that truly independent filmmaker Sean Baker won the freeking Palme d’Or at Cannes! Amazing. It’s always a great feeling when a good person, solid, indie...
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