Cannes 2013: Only Lovers Left Alive Review

Only Lovers Left Alive, Jarmusch’s new film that recently premiered to great acclaim at Cannes 2013, is no exception to this rule. The film is a dazzling, mood-inflected work that fits snugly within Jarmusch’s oeuvre and brings a welcome fresh take onto a thematic that has been done to death (no pun intended) over the last decade.

Cannes 2013: Only God Forgives Review

As the second Nicolas Winding Refn collaboration with Ryan Gosling, Only God Forgives fails to live up to the brilliance and intensity of Drive. The film premiered at Cannes to tepid reviews and is set for a summer release.

Cannes 2013: Inside Llewyn Davis Review

The recipient of this year’s Grand Prize at the Cannes Film Festival, Inside Llewyn Davis brings the Coen Brothers back to the spotlight after the lukewarm success of A Serious Man. Unlike anything they’ve done before but still recognizable as a ‘Coen’ film, Inside Llewyn Davis deservedly garnered showers of attention at the festival for its stand-out performances, beautiful cinematography, and exceptional directing.