Fast & Furious 6
Director Justin Lin takes the high-speed action franchise to London, with Vin Diesel and Dwayne Johnson along for the ride
Smash hit that propelled Macaulay Culkin to into the lap of an unsuspecting world with his turn as a eight-year-old defending his home against two robbers.
The film which turned Culkin into an angel-faced millonaire, this mammoth hit works on a one-joke premise: eight-year-old gets left behind when family head off on Christmas vacation, and they send the rest of the movie trying to get home while he is outwitting two dumb burglars (Pesci and Stern) who have cottoned on to his predicament.
Whatever your view of the morals of a kids film in which the pint-sized protagonist uses home made cartoonish violence against the bad guys, this is engaging and frequently hilarious. But the joke is stretched a bit too far.
A kids' film that is by turns crude, sadistic and cringeworthy.
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
Film4.com editor Catherine Bray catches up with George MacKay, star of Kevin Macdonald's highly anticipated How I Live Now, and Paul Wright's For Those In Peril, which premiered in Critics Week at Can