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Soderbergh’s movies feature strong, independent, and complex female characters. Let's look at some of the auteur’s most ferocious leading ladies.

As the years have dwindled miserably by, it’s clear we were hoodwinked into thinking Michael Moore is some genius of social and political discourse.

David Lynch pursues strange love connections to this day. Here are seven of our absolute favorite Lynchian couples ever depicted on screen.

'Pulp Fiction' was an overnight sensation and won the 1994 Palme d’Or. Here’s our ranking of the ten best moments from 'Pulp Fiction'.

With ambitious plans, rapid worldwide growth, and a telling attitude towards the old guard of cinema, it appears Netflix is on the path to world domination.

Cannes says its films must have French theatrical distribution. Here's our list of the best Netflix Originals that would have crushed the competition.

While the Cannes Film Festival is considered the most prestigious festival in the world, perhaps this year has proved the old formula isn’t working.

If you’re sick of bingewatching peak TV, here’s our pick of the Palme d’Or winners worth seeking out from every decade.

Museum curator Christian’s foolish response to the theft of his phone drags him into shameful situations in 'The Square'.