“Chip and Dale: Rescue Rangers,” “Bad Guys” Hi Carl, and hello to all of our listeners out there. Here are the winners of the 75th Cannes Film Festival that closed last Saturday evening after 11 days of films.
The jury led by French actor Vincent Lindon announced the Palme d’Or winner “Triangle of Sadness.”directed by Ruben Oz-stedt Östudt. The Grand Prix was jointly awarded to “Close,” directed by Lukas Dawn. Dhont. And “Star At Noon,” directed by Claire Denis. Check out Sarah’s Backstage Pass for a complete list.
Next up are two Disney movies that are playing now in theaters and streaming on Disney+
“Chip n Dale: Rescue Rangers” rated PG is a combination of live-action and animation. The film is based on a TV series of the same name. Andy Samberg voices both Chip n Dale. The film takes place in a world where cartoons live alongside humans and centers on an investigation into the kidnapping.
I’m in; the cleverness of the script keeps the audience entertained. I also was surprised by how much I liked the mixing of live-action and animation.
“The Bad Guys,” tells the tale of animal outlaws Mr. Wolf, Mr. Snake,
Mr. Piranha, Mr. Shark, and Ms. Tarantula must become model citizens to avoid jail time. Stars Sam Rockwell, Awkwafina, and Craig Robinson.
Thanks so much for listening in tonight; I’m Sarah Knight Adamson your film and TV Critic for Sarahs Backstage Pass.