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Baz Luhrmann’s “Elvis” Is So Stupid, It Almost Feels Like Parody

The highly anticipated biopic, which debuted at Cannes this week, feels a little too "Walk Hard"

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David Cronenberg Returns to Cannes With the Delightfully Gross "Crimes of the Future"

The director's latest led to walkouts at the festival, but if you can stomach the gore, it's worth your time

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“Armageddon Time” and “Triangle of Sadness” Tackle Classism at Cannes

Plus: "Aftersun" becomes an early favorite at the French festival

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Opening Night at Cannes 2022: Can Cinema Save Us From Ourselves?

The French festival kicked off with a "Top Gun" flyover and a message from Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky

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“Top Gun: Maverick” Is a Legacy Sequel to America

The long-awaited Tom Cruise film seeks to take your breath away with its unyielding nostalgia

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“The Northman” Is as Metal as Real Viking History

Robert Eggers's awe-inspiring tale of vengeance features an impressive attention to detail

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A24’s “Lamb” Is Darkly, Uniquely, Awesomely Icelandic

The acclaimed writer Sjón chats about "Lamb," a bizarre and touching film that offers a unique window into an oft-misunderstood people

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The Most Memorable Performances From the 74th Cannes Film Festival

After a yearlong hiatus, the most exciting names in cinema descended

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Inside "Titane," The French Body-Horror Film That Just Won the Palme d'Or

Writer-director Julia Ducournau's film plays with the power dynamic between filmmaker and audience

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“The Worst Person in the World” Should Make a Star Out of Renate Reinsve

Reinsve feels like a lock for Best Actress at Cannes 2021 thanks to her turn in Norwegian writer-director Joachim Trier's latest

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Adam Driver Won the Opening Night of Cannes 2021

Opposite Marion Cotillard in Leos Carax’s avant garde musical “Annette,” Driver delivers a gymnastic performance that might be his best to date