Cannes Film Festival Day 2
Opening Film Cannes Premiere – an ubercool deadpan zombie horror comedy by Jim Jarmusch that never quite come alive.
Chloe Sevigny strikes her axe blows against an oppressive patriarchy in Craig William Macneill’s Lizzie – with superb support from Kristen Stewart.
Andrew Haigh’s Lean on Pete is coming-of-age road movie grounded in the all-American setting of quarter-horse racing.
A universal episodic epic disguised as a character drama, Golden Exits unravels into something special while its characters remain tight-lipped.
Andrew Haigh’s Lean on Pete is an appealing coming-of-age road movie grounded in the all-American setting of quarter-horse racing.
Trump-era America is under an unforgiving spotlight in Miguel Arteta’s visually beautiful dark comedy Beatriz at Dinner, starring a luminous Salma Hayek.
A witty adaptation of Jane Austen’s Lady Susan, Whit Stillman’s Love & Friendship is a sassy parody of Regency manners.