David Cronenberg’s return to filmmaking can’t quite deliver on its promise that surgery is the new sex.
Léa Seydoux plays a struggling single mother in a drama that’s not to Mia Hansen-Løve’s usual lofty standards.
Some of the best nuggets of glitz and scandal throughout the history of the most famous international film festival.
Wes Anderson’s New Yorker-inspired anthology film is a meticulously-crafted love letter to the art of magazine journalism.
Daniel Craig’s last dance as a Double-O agent brings the present chapter of the long-standing spy saga to a sentimental close.
By Mark Asch
Léa Seydoux plays a TV journalist in Bruno Dumont’s satire-of-sorts about France’s relationship with its media and itself.
Arnaud Desplechin judiciously adapts Philip Roth’s verbose 1990 novel about an adulterous author.
Wes Anderson’s star-studded, multi-chaptered tribute to The New York is his most impressionistic work to date.
Daniel Craig’s 007 will return to brick-and-mortar cinemas in November, by gum.
The story of a French newspaper's post-WWII operation goes heavy on whimsy.
Cary Joji Fukunaga’s film will be the actor’s final appearance in the iconic tux.
By Anton Bitel
Thomas Vinterberg reconstructs the K-141 Kursk submarine disaster but throws in a few too many gimmicks.
Timothée Chalamet, Elisabeth Moss and Christoph Waltz are all entering the Wes-verse.
New baddie Rami Malek will be joined by Ana de Armas and Billy Magnussen.
The Happy Days and Arrested Development actor will star alongside Bill Murray and Tilda Swinton.
By Elena Lazic
Director Thomas Vinterberg and a formidable cast recreate the final hours of a real-life nuclear submarine.
A comprehensive countdown of the great American writer/director’s complete filmography.