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    WATCH: New Clips from 'Only God Forgives,' with Ryan Gosling as Stoic Badass and Kristin Scott Thomas as Ruthless Drug Lord

    Prior to the world premiere of Nicolas Winding Refn's "Only God Forgives" on Wednesday, TWC-Radius has been tempting the Cannes crowds with clips from the Thailand-set thriller, which stars Kristin Scott Thomas and Ryan Gosling as a mother and son heading a drug ring in the Bangkok underworld. The f...

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    'Ain't Them Bodies Saints'' Doomed Lovers Rooney Mara and Casey Affleck on Cannes Reception and Those Terrence Malick Comparisons

    A few months after world premiering at Sundance to great acclaim, David Lowery's "Badlands"-style love story "Ain't Them Bodies Saints" had its European unveiling at Cannes over the weekend, following in the footsteps of last year's "Beasts of the Southern Wild," which went on a similar journey befo...

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    Cannes First Look: Paul Haggis Talks 'Third Person,' starring Neeson, Wilde, Franco, Kunis

    Paul Haggis has been quiet since his last outing as writer-director, 2010’s “The Next Three Days,” with only a credit on the videogame "Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 3" to fill in the gap between then and now. But he turned up in Cannes to beat the publicity drum for "Third Person," a multi-stranded ...

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    The Cannes 2013 Criticwire Cheat Sheet

    Your collection of film pages for all the titles playing at Cannes 2013.

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    6 Reasons These Cannes Cinderella Stories Have Happy Endings

    From the freeway-scale movie billboards on the side of the Carlton Hotel to the Palais security who really won't let you in the theater if they find your fashion sense lacking, Cannes is designed to overwhelm. And while this event is a film lover's mecca, it can also be remarkably unforgiving with a...

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    Cannes Review: Martian Zombies and Liev Schreiber Can't Quite Salvage 'Last Days on Mars'

    Mars has been a frequent setting for science fiction cinema, being an object of wonder and mystery just barely within our reach, but the appeal rarely translates to the screen. From "Ghosts of Mars" to "Mission on Mars," movies set on the red planet tend come across as icily as the desolate terrain....

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    Cannes 2013: 5 Coen Brothers Motifs That Show Up In The Coen Brothers’ ‘Inside Llewyn Davis’

    By now, word of the flat-out loveliness of the Coen Brothers’ “Inside Llewyn Davis” has probably reached your ears -- if not, take a moment to read our Cannes review from Saturday. Amid the peaks and troughs of the Cannes competition line-up, it’s a polished, warmhearted gem displaying all the of th...

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    Cannes Review: Admirable Ambition Isn't Enough For James Franco's 'As I Lay Dying'

    To be certain, James Franco has never been lacking in ambition. From the meta quasi-doc "Francophrenia (Or Don't Kill Me, I Know Where the Baby Is)" to the Hart Crane biopic "The Broken Tower" to the kinky "Interior. Leather Bar." to the primate co-starring "The Ape," Franco has leapt into filmmakin...

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    Cannes Review: Takashi Miike's 'Shield Of Straw' A Tedious, Dumb & Overstuffed Thriller

    Particularly with a filmmaker like Claire Denis shifted to the Un Certain Regard category or Ari Folman's "The Congress" scuttled to the Directors' Fortnight sidebar, many will be wondering what on Earth the Cannes selection committee saw in Takashi Miike's "Shield Of Straw" to have it play in compe...

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    'F*ck yeah, let's go:' Robin Wright Discusses Playing Robin Wright in Ari Folman's Divisive Cannes Drama 'The Congress'

    "This movie is not autobiographical in any way," Robin Wright stressed to the press seated for a roundtable session in Cannes to discuss "The Congress," Ari Folman’s half live-action, half animated hallucinatory indictment of the moviemaking industry starring Wright as a character named...Robin Wrig...

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