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Review: ‘James White’ is a no-holds-barred emotional rollercoaster Special

‘James White’ is an intensely emotional portrait of a young man who bottles up his own issues to help his mother during a difficult time.

Review: Saoirse Ronan sweeps viewers off their feet in ‘Brooklyn’ Special

‘Brooklyn’ is a charming tale of love and finding one’s home that is carried exquisitely by Saoirse Ronan who plays an Irish immigrant making a fresh start in the New York borough.

Review: Campy ‘Holmes’ touring production is a little too elementary Special

Toronto - Like Batman, James Bond and other iconic heroes, Sherlock Holmes has seen so many reinventions that the original image is almost forgotten. Arthur Conan Doyle would faint if he were alive to see what pop culture has made of his famed creation.

Review: ‘Room’ begins where most stories about captivity end Special

‘Room’ is a powerful, award-winning drama that depicts the life of a mother and son during and after their captivity, and the difficulties presented by both circumstances.

Review: Offbeat comedy ‘Rock the Kasbah’ gets a little off-key Special

‘Rock the Kasbah’ is a quirky comedy starring Bill Murray as a music manager who finds his censored star in an Afghan cave.

Review: ‘Bridge of Spies’ is a stirring but welcome crossing Special

‘Bridge of Spies’ is a dialogue-heavy historical drama from Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks, which manages to take its characters out of the typically stuffy back rooms and engage audiences for the entire length of its narrative.

Review: TIFF 2015 — ‘Dégradé’ portrays Gaza from a female point of view Special

‘Dégradé’ is an intense drama that unfolds within the confines of a Gaza hair salon while a police standoff outside threatens their already precarious safety.

Review: ‘A Walk in the Woods’ is about lively reflection Special

‘A Walk in the Woods’ stars Robert Redford and Nick Nolte as believable long-time friends who push their physical limits on one of the world’s longest trails.

Review: ‘The End of the Tour’ is a compelling journey Special

'The End of the Tour’ effectively recounts a few brutally honest days spent between a magazine writer and a reclusive author thrust into the spotlight.

Review: ‘Mistress America’ wears its crown proudly Special

‘Mistress America’ is Noah Baumbach and Greta Gerwig’s latest collaboration, which achieves exceptional levels of witty discourse and complex relationships.

Review: Robin Williams moves and inspires in his last role in ‘Boulevard’ Special

In Robin Williams’ last dramatic role, he portrays a closeted gay man who imprudently pursues a relationship with a younger prostitute in ‘Boulevard.’

Review: Silence is ‘The Demolisher’s greatest asset Special

‘The Demolisher,’ which premiered at the Fantasia Film Festival, is an intense and near-silent depiction of a man who buries his pain in a suit of armour that he wears while anonymously patrolling the streets for his wife’s attackers.

Actor Josh Kelly talks new Lifetime drama series 'Unreal' Special

Actor Josh Kelly chatted with Digital Journal about being a part of the new Lifetime drama series "Unreal" and his acting career.

Review: ‘Caesar’ in High Park makes bold choices; not all of them work Special

Toronto - There are moments in Canadian Stage’s new “Julius Caesar” that are so affecting and original, you’re tempted to ignore other moments when it misfires. Director Estelle Shook turns this classic into high spectacle, but not always to its benefit.

Review: Ian McKellen is the most relatable ‘Mr. Holmes’ Special

Sir Ian McKellan stars in ‘Mr. Holmes,’ which centres on the legendary detective who’s trying to outwit old age just long enough to solve one last mystery.

Review: ‘Me and Earl and the Dying Girl’ is year’s best movie contender Special

‘Me and Earl and the Dying Girl’ is an outstanding drama about three friends who cope with a friend’s illness through filmmaking and understanding.

Rockstar Games' parent company sues BBC over upcoming GTA drama

The BBC has been hit with a lawsuit by Take-Two Interactive, the parent company of Grand Theft Auto creators Rockstar Games, over allegations of potential trademark misuse in the broadcasting company's upcoming drama about the GTA franchise.

Review: ‘Phoenix’ is a compelling mystery and uneasy love story Special

‘Phoenix’ takes a dual meaning when a woman is reincarnated after a disfiguring incident and finds her estranged husband employed at a nightclub of the same name.

Review: Strindberg’s marital drama comes alive in new Toronto revival Special

Toronto - How often does independent theatre get as good as this? Coal Mine Theatre’s new production of “Creditors,” one of August Strindberg’s lesser-performed plays, is so alive with tension and piercing wit that it rarely feels like an antique.

2015 Tony Awards nominations announced

New York City - The 2015 Tony Awards nominations were revealed this morning (April 28) in New York. "An American in Paris" and "Fun Home" led all nominees with 12 each.

Review: ‘Black Souls’ understands and resists its traditions Special

‘Black Souls’ is an old school, Italian mafia movie reminiscent of ‘The Godfather’ in its understated tone and approach.

A conversation with actress Danielle Cormack Special

An award-winning actress in her native New Zealand, Danielle Cormack is now garnering acclaim internationally for her starring role in the hit Netflix series 'Wentworth'.

Review: ‘The Cobbler’ isn’t the only one having an identity crisis Special

‘The Cobbler’ is an uncomfortable mix of family drama and silly comedy as a man confronts his roots while exploring his newfound ability to change his physical appearance at will.

Review: Jack O’Connell continues trend of skillful silence in ‘71’ Special

The intensity of ‘71’ is attributed to both the dangerous disorder in which the protagonist is abandoned and the thoughtful performance by Jack O’Connell.

Review: ‘Black or White’ has the uncomfortable conversations Special

‘Black or White’ is a reflective drama dealing with the custody of a mixed-race child that addresses important issues without any finger-wagging.

Review: ‘A Most Violent Year’ is most excellent Special

‘A Most Violent Year’ is a solid character drama in which its protagonist struggles to run a legitimate business while surrounded by criminal activity.

Review: Drama brings dementia to another place in new Toronto production Special

Toronto - “When I add up the balance sheet of my life,” says Juliana (Tamsin Kelsey), a seemingly confident neurologist, in “The Other Place”, “the numbers say I'm happy.” But things are never as they look in this fresh depiction of mental illness.

Review: ‘Two Days, One Night’ is an inspiring one-woman tour de force Special

‘Two Days, One Night’ is the turbulent journey of one woman who balances desperation and determination as she attempts to convince her co-workers not to fire her.

'A Reason' — indie sleeper film of the year Special

A Reason is an independent film written and directed by Dominique Schilling and produced by Caroline Risberg (Risberg Schilling Productions).

'Birdman' soars to 13 Critics' Choice nods; 'Budapest' surprises

While "Birdman" leads the way for the Critics' Choice Movie Awards with 13 nominations, it is "The Grand Budapest Hotel" that surprises with 11 nods.
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