As Cannes winds down and the movie world waits with baited breath to find out just what exactly the ramifications of being declared "persona non grata" for calling yourself a Nazi really are, it's a slow week for theatrical openings, headlined by two out-of-competition Cannes premieres.
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Love Exposure, this week at Cinefamily
Whether you're looking for beautiful photography or depraved horror, hyperbolic satire or rare experimentation, this week's theatrical releases and repertory series have a little bit for everyone. Here are the Weekly's critics on ten of them:
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Ten movies coming out this weekend, with reviews from our print edition:
10. The summer tentpoles are coming, and this week we have Kenneth Branagh's Thor, which Eric Hynes says is "an astonishingly awkward marriage of ancient Norse mythology and 21st-century nonsense and "works too har ... More >>
Montgomery Clift and Elizabeth Taylor find A Place in the Sun at TCM Festival.
A busy weekend around Los Angeles with the TCM Classic Film Festival, Asian Pacific Film Festival, UCLA Film and Television Archive's Patricio Guzmán retrospective and a slew of new theatrical releases, includin ... More >>
April doesn't always bring the strongest theatrical openings, but this week is a real embarrassment of riches. We cover them all for you below:
J. Hoberman reviews Meek's Cutoff, the latest from indie luminary Kelly Reichardt, and notes that while "Meek's Cutoff has a tranced ... More >>