Since the 1960s there has always been plenty of flesh at Cannes. As the red carpet is rolled out, Peter Bradshaw awards his own Palme Phwoar.
Benedict Cumberbatch delivers a sterling Turing – the man who beat Hitler but was destroyed by homophobia.
Michael Keaton is tremendous as the superhero movie star trying to reinvent himself as a serious actor in Alejandro González Iñárritu's 'Birdman'.
Peter Bradshaw reviews Woody Allen's Blue Jasmine.
Elaine Benes meets Tony Soprano in a smart movie titled "Enough Said", about the truimph of being in love while middle aged.
Tom Hanks stars as a merchant marine captin in the action thriller, Captain Phillips.
Poor Princess Diana: 16 years after that terrible day in 1997, she has died another awful death.
Steven Soderbergh's Behind the Candelabra is about the love match between the pianist Liberace and his bisexual young companion Scott Thorson.
The title of Michael Haneke’s "Amour" is a challenge: not ironic, not celebratory, and yet somehow not complicated either.
It must be the last act of superhero revisionism: abolishing the word “super”.