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    'Ma Ma' Review: Penélope Cruz Can't Save This Bizarre Cancer Melodrama From Director of 'Sex And Lucia'

    Spanish filmmaker Julio Medem delivers a strangely optimistic and unfortunately misguided ode to the beauty of dying.

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    Cannes Review: Sonia Braga Gives a Brilliant Performance in 'Aquarius'

    The "Kiss of the Spider Woman" star provides a powerful center to Kleber Mendonça Filho's absorbing drama.

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    Cannes Review: 'The Unknown Girl' is Dardenne Brothers Doing a Detective Movie

    Adèle Haenel stars in the Belgian filmmakers' latest naturalistic drama, which retreads a lot of familiar territory.

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    Cannes Review: 'Dogs' Is a Hollow Romanian Riff on 'No Country for Old Men'

    Bogdan Mirică's nihilistic debut is all bark and no bite.

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    Review: Adrien Brody-Starring 'Manhattan Night' Is A Half-Baked Spin On The Hard-Boiled Film Noir

    Director Brian DeCubellis' feature debut tries to fake his way through a film noir that has zero bite or style.

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    Cannes Review: Bill Paxton is Terrifying in Terrence Malick-Inspired 'Mean Dreams'

    Director Nathan Morlando's crime drama isn't exactly fresh material, but it's satisfying just the same.

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    Cannes Review: 'Julieta' is Pedro Almodovar's Most Conventional Movie

    The director's 20th feature isn't terrible, but he's done much better.

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    Cannes Review: Kristen Stewart and Olivier Assayas Deserve Better Than Boos for 'Personal Shopper'

    The French director's psychological horror movie is trying something different — and it's fascinating.

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    Cannes Review: Wise Doc 'The Cinema Travelers' Finds the Future of Film in the Remote Corners of India

    Shirley Abraham and Amit Madheshiya's film suggests that the movies aren't dying, they're just shedding their skin.

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