The Hasbro Cinematic Universe is off to a (predictably) rough start.
Charlotte Le Bon's directorial debut feels like a perverse love child of "Licorice Pizza" and "Call Me By Your Name."
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Dermot Mulroney gives a campy performance as an elite high school basketball coach in the indulgent Peacock Original film based on NBA star James' teen years.
These Cannes highlights are still looking for American homes. It's not too late.
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Miles Morales (and assorted Spider-Pals) return for another multiverse-bending adventure that plays by its own rules (with one exception).
The critics sharply disagreed with Ruben Östlund's jury — and the film they awarded the top prize won by a landslide.
Highlights range from Martin Scorsese's much-hyped epic to Justine Triet's Palme d'Or-winner and a foodie classic that came out of nowhere.
Cannes: Pixar’s newest animated feature gets lost down a rabbit hole of details, but re-emerges thanks to its uplifting use of music and light.
The two-time Palme d'Or winner's final film might lack artistry, but his socially conscious spirit is as alive as ever.
A Great Scot
A tight script from Mitchell LaFortune turns "Kandahar" into the kind of movie that Tom Clancy would have written in his prime.
Very Much Not Cannes
Mark Hamill co-stars in the cinematic event of the year for guys who base their entire personality around yelling "let's gooooooo!"
Cannes: Everyone's out to kill a guy named Vincent... and at a certain point, you can't help but wonder if they're onto something.
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