Fast & Furious 6
Director Justin Lin takes the high-speed action franchise to London, with Vin Diesel and Dwayne Johnson along for the ride
A clunker of a comedy from Bogdanovich that aims high and misses by a mile. In 1910 Hollywood, a disparate group of individuals are drawn into the new business of movie-making. Bogdanovich is aiming for a madcap homage to the pioneers of American cinema and throws in slapstick, runaway hot-air balloons and mixed-up suitcases, but his cast headed by Reynolds, Ryan O'Neal and Ritter tend to rely on double-takes, pratfalls and mugging instead of working for the laughs.
Surprisingly, it's the youngest of the cast, Tatum O'Neal, who remains in the memory as the only actor who works at a sincere performance.
Suffused in a blue-grey wintry light and flecked with brown, beige and burgundy, Joel and Ethan Coen's Inside Llewyn Davis plays out in a low-key melancholy mood broken only when simmering frustration
The relentless rain means that it's increasingly hard to distinguish the ocean from the Croisette here at Cannes, but on the screen at least everything is buoyant. Three Film4 productions - Clio Barna