While Quentin Tarantino and “Rocketman” didn’t disappoint, there was a whole lot more cinema to celebrate in Cannes this year. Going into the Cannes Film Festival, several movies were already generating a lot of buzz, and they certainly delivered for many audiences.
Narcotics detectives work under cover in a chicken joint to try and bust a gang of organized criminals. Things take an unexpected turn when their new recipe suddenly transforms the run-down restaurant into the hottest eatery in town. Release date: January
Detective Conan: The Fist of Blue Sapphire is a 2019 Japanese animated film. It is the twenty-third installment of the Case Closed film series based on the manga series of the same name by Gosho Aoyama, following the 2018 film
When the sun dies out, the people of Earth build giant thrusters to move the planet out of orbit and sail to a new star system. After 2,500 years, young people continue the fight for everyone’s survival. Initial release: February 5,
CANNES, France — The apocalypse arrived early at the Cannes Film Festival. In “The Dead Don’t Die,” the latest from Jim Jarmusch and this year’s opening selection, catastrophe takes the form of zombies, who rise from their graves to destroy
In college, Farhan and Raju form a great bond with Rancho due to his positive and refreshing outlook to life. Years later, a bet gives them a chance to look for their long-lost friend whose existence seems rather elusive. Release
Akash, a piano player pretending to be visually-impaired, unwittingly becomes entangled in a number of problems as he witnesses the murder of a former film actor. Initial release: October 5, 2018 (India) Director: Sriram Raghavan Box office: 3.141 billion INR Budget: 320 million INR
Long-buried secrets come to light when romance blossoms between a young daredevil and a beautiful woman in 1945 India. Release date: April 17, 2019 (USA) Director: Abhishek Verman Budget: 800 million INR Music composed by: Pritam Chakraborty, Sanchit Balhara