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  • Natalie Portman can relate to 'A Tale of Love and Darkness'

    — So much to talk to Natalie Portman about, so little time. The 33-year-old Oscar-winning actress is at the Festival de Cannes to present her first film as a director, "A Tale of Love and Darkness," taken from the celebrated memoir by Israeli...
  • Cannes: 'Saul,' 'Carol' stir up the past, and praise

     Cannes: 'Saul,' 'Carol' stir up the past, and praise
    CANNES, France — There's no quicker way to cheapen the memory of the Holocaust than to use it to discuss next year's Academy Awards. Nonetheless, countless filmgoers have been doing just that over the weekend, all over this sun-kissed Cote d'...
  • 'Don't Think I've Forgotten' a deft look back at Cambodia's pop scene

     'Don't Think I've Forgotten' a deft look back at Cambodia's pop scene
    The documentary "Don't Think I've Forgotten: Cambodia's Lost Rock and Roll" recounts the Phnom Penh pop scene, from Cambodia's independence from France in 1953 until the Khmer Rouge's reign of terror in the 1970s. Director John Pirozzi deftly...
  • 'Dreams' lulls young and old through life with grace and truth

     'Dreams' lulls young and old through life with grace and truth
    There is something about Blythe Danner's on-screen essence that is perfect for the gently aged widow she plays in "I'll See You in My Dreams," her first leading role in years. The 72-year-old actress uses her mix of flinty, flighty and fragile to draw...
  • Cannes: Hirokazu Kore-eda deftly explores family in 'Our Little Sister'

    Cannes: Hirokazu Kore-eda deftly explores family in 'Our Little Sister'
    CANNES, France — The press-day publicity apparatus that surrounds directors of competition films at the Festival de Cannes is never less than surreal, but it feels especially out of place when the filmmaker in question is Japan's Hirokazu Kore-eda....
  • 'Metalhead' review: A superficial look at a heavy genre

    'Metalhead' review: A superficial look at a heavy genre
    In bleak 1980s rural Svarthamar, Iceland, where the townsfolk seem perpetually expressionless, a tractor accident claims the life of the young Baldur (Oskar Logi Agustsson) and sucks the life out of his nuclear family. His 12-year-old sister, Hera...
  • 'Mad Max' kicks a post-apocalyptic extravaganza into overdrive

     'Mad Max' kicks a post-apocalyptic extravaganza into overdrive
    "Mad Max: Fury Road" will leave you speechless, which couldn't be more appropriate. Words are not really the point when it comes to dealing with this barn-burner of a post-apocalyptic extravaganza in which sizzling, unsettling images are the order of...
  • 'Pitch Perfect 2' brings more lowbrow fun

    'Pitch Perfect 2' brings more lowbrow fun
    The comedy choir wars are more intense, more absurd and more lowbrow fun than ever in "Pitch Perfect 2." It is almost impossible not to be amused by the cutthroat world of competitive a cappella. Watching the international battle royale that is at the...
  • Isabella Rossellini, busy as a bee in Cannes and on her farm

    Isabella Rossellini, busy as a bee in Cannes and on her farm
    Over the course of her 62 years, Isabella Rossellini has worked as a TV reporter, model and actor. The latest chapter in her career finds Rossellini, the daughter of actress Ingrid Bergman and director Roberto Rossellini, as what she calls an...
  • 'American Sniper' a simple, mesmerizing tale of war and its aftermath

    American Sniper Warner Bros., $28.98; Blu-ray, $44.95 Available on VOD on May 19 Politics aside, it's incredible that a director as distinguished as Clint Eastwood — and, let's face it, as old — could make a movie in the 2010s that earns...
  • Stuntman Terry Leonard's career grew by leaps and bounds in Hollywood

     Stuntman Terry Leonard's career grew by leaps and bounds in Hollywood
    For nearly five decades, stunt performer Terry Leonard has made audiences' hearts pound a little faster. Early in his career, Leonard set a record falling eight stories into cardboard boxes for the 1970 film "Cover Me Babe." He was the stunt double...