Belgium's Dardenne brothers, always sympathetic to stories of troubled youth, take a controversial turn in this portrait of a radicalized Muslim teen. Peter Debruge, provided by Published 11:09 am CDT, Monday, May 20, 2019 Director: Jean-Pierre Dardenne, Luc DardenneWith: Idir Ben Addi, Myriem Akheddiou, Claire BodsonRunning time: Running time: 85 MIN. Director: Jean-Pierre Dardenne, Luc Dardenne With: Idir Ben Addi, Myriem Akheddiou, Claire Bodson Running time: Running time: 85 MIN. Photo: Cannes Film Festival Photo: Cannes Film Festival Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Director: Jean-Pierre Dardenne, Luc DardenneWith: Idir Ben Addi, Myriem Akheddiou, Claire BodsonRunning time: Running time: 85 MIN. Director: Jean-Pierre Dardenne, Luc Dardenne With: Idir Ben Addi, … [Read more...] about Cannes Film Review: ‘Young Ahmed’
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EPISODE 8.6: The End! THE LOWDOWN (SPOILERS!): Wow. I can't believe we're here. Eight years, Eight Seasons and it's all lead to this! Last episode saw a stunningly dark turn from Daenerys, which was more stunning due to the fact that we were all as bamboozled as the rest of the characters to The Mother of Dragons and her influence. With love robbed from her heart and the only ones who could speak reason to her dead (with one of them literally using her last words to tell her to burn it all down), Daenerys went full Mad Queen and burnt King's Landing to a crisp, roasting men, women and children in her path of destruction (made all the better with Metallica tunes). For many it was a shocking twist and for just as many an unfolding of the inevitable. Either way, it was a divisive "turn" that left many that were hoping for a "cherry on top" happy ending that would have Jon and Daenerys ruling together in perfect harmony in shambles. Still, that doesn't negate any genuine criticism, … [Read more...] about TV Review: Game of Thrones, Season 8, Episode 6, Series Finale!
At a moment when audiences are calling for better gender representation in cinema, director Céline Sciamma invents a historical romance centered on the female gaze. Peter Debruge, provided by Published 1:11 am CDT, Monday, May 20, 2019 Director: Céline SciammaWith: Noémie Merlant, Adèle Haenel, Luana Bajrami, Valeria GolinoRunning time: Running time: 121 MIN. Director: Céline Sciamma With: Noémie Merlant, Adèle Haenel, Luana Bajrami, Valeria Golino Running time: Running time: 121 MIN. Photo: Cannes Film Festival Photo: Cannes Film Festival Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Director: Céline SciammaWith: Noémie Merlant, Adèle Haenel, Luana Bajrami, Valeria GolinoRunning time: Running time: 121 MIN. Director: Céline … [Read more...] about Cannes Film Review: ‘Portrait of a Lady on Fire’
4 Smartphones have become increasingly hard to pick apart. For many buyers they remain featureless slabs of metal and glass, almost indistinguishable from one another. Samsung has tried to get ahead of the pack with the announcement of new innovations, including a foldable smartphone that will come out later this year in a bid to lure consumers into upgrading. But that device will cost almost $2,000. For ordinary shoppers, its Samsung Galaxy S10 range remains the flagship phone going toe to toe with Apple's iPhone range. The phone comes in a 5.8-inch S10 model and a 6.4-inch S10 Plus. Like most smartphone vendors, Samsung faces the challenge of finding ways to innovate its produce despite a design... To continue reading this article Start your free trial of Premium Access all Premium articles Subscriber-only events Cancel any time Free for 30 days then only £2 per week Try Premium Access one Premium article per week … [Read more...] about Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus review: Hands on with iPhone enemy number one
TAGS: Genesis Sitting on the roof terrace of The Benjamin, a plush boutique hotel in New York’s Midtown district, Mike Rutherford and Phil Collins are contemplating the differences between Peter Gabriel-era Genesis and the band’s later incarnation. “The awkward join,” says Collins. “Can you see the join?” It is 2014, and Rutherford and Collins are here to promote a new career-spanning box set, R-Kive. They make an odd couple: Rutherford, the reserved, urbane Old Carthusian; Collins, cheery and chatty despite the physical discomfort caused by complications from a back operation. Could Genesis have recorded their ’80s output if Peter Gabriel had still been at the helm? “Who’s to say?” Collins shrugs. “I think you said that there’s traces of the early band in the next three or four albums after. I talked myself into believing that there is a big difference. But if you think about things like ‘Home By The … [Read more...] about Introducing Genesis: The Deluxe Ultimate Music Guide