Adam Driver


You might have heard that Amazon’s new film opened the Cannes Film Festival with a five-minute standing ovation. What you also should know is the Cannes audience is made up of international participants whose tastes rarely align with the mainstream. “Annette” might be the first and last high-profile experimental film Amazon Studios sends to Prime

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The Report

If you have ever wondered what would happen if someone combined the investigative journalism seen in best picture winner “Spotlight,” with the controversial story behind “Zero Dark Thirty,” “The Report” will satisfy that curiosity. Written and directed by Scott Z. Burns (“Contagion,” “The Bourne Ultimatum”), with a producing credit from frequent collaborator Steven Soderbergh, this

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Logan Lucky

Steven Soderbergh returns with “Oceans 7-Eleven”, putting old favorites and new faces into an original script by fictitious writer Rebecca Blunt (post film, you’ll point all fingers at Soderbergh). Regardless of who wrote it, it’s very clever, very charming and has all the things we love about Soderbergh’s work in an entirely new setting: The

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