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Review: No easy solutions in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include an action-packed sequel; a fantastical comedy grounded in reality; that latest chapter in small-town crime sprees; a revival that took more than two decades; and the story of how vampires tried to end humanity.

Review: ‘The Shape of Water’ is Guillermo Del Toro’s best film to date Special

‘The Shape of Water’ is one of the best movies of the year and the fact that it’s unconventional is just the tip of the iceberg.

Review: Everyone breaks the rules in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a prequel to an enduring franchise; a reboot of a previously successful series; a long but satisfying movie; a documentary chronicling a bloody rise to fame; and that latest adventures of popular small yellow men.

Review: ‘Harry Potter’ 4K goes back to where it all began Special

Fans can now complete their set of ultra-high-definition ‘Harry Potter’ films with the release of the years one to four.

Review: This week’s releases are fuelled by dedication Special

This week’s releases include a team-up between two celebrated actors; a compelling story about a woman awakened; a different take on a familiar fairy tale; a man determined to get revenge; and a still gripping thriller.

Review: ‘Coco’ is a striking story that shines brightly in many ways Special

Pixar’s ‘Coco’ is a vibrant and entertaining adventure that takes audiences to the other side of the day of the dead to provide them with a deeper understanding of the holiday.

Review: Protecting people isn’t just a job in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include an amazing comedy team-up; a movie based on a book that is not an adaptation; a dark but thought-provoking TV series; a major departure for an actor; and a kickass action movie with a lot of twists.

Review: ‘Justice League’ demonstrates the power of teamwork Special

‘Justice League’ is a significant improvement over Batman’s last outing as the ensemble cast works together to bring the DCU out of despair.

Review: New on DVD for November 14 Special

This week’s releases include a woman vying for the title of top MI6 agent; a horror reboot that pays tribute to its predecessor; a lovely animated adaptation; and a murder mystery with a wretched conclusion.

Review: The answers are right in front of them in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include an offer you shouldn’t refuse; the latest chapter in life as a race car; a murder mystery with no simple solution; an underdog story with a decent rhyme; and a few library releases starring some very recognizable actors.

Review: ‘Thor: Ragnarok’ is the wittiest Marvel movie to date Special

‘Thor: Ragnarok’ isn’t your typical Marvel movie as its hilarious quips overshadow most of the action and it’s the best thing that could’ve happened.

Review: The past and present collide in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include the revival of the original zombie narrative; a new documentary highlighting an old problem; a mediocre action movie elevated by its cast; and the next chapter in a technological revolution.

Review: Someone has an unfair advantage in ’Sixty Minutes to Midnight’ Special

’Sixty Minutes to Midnight’ pits a vocal audience’s bloodlust against a man’s will and ability to survive in this Toronto After Dark thriller.

Review: A better life isn’t always what it seems in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a solid possession story; a comedic look portrayal of life after death; the final chapter of a gripping trilogy; and a classic sitcom that was always good for a laugh.

Review: ‘Leatherface’ is justly confident in its portrayal of an icon Special

‘Leatherface’ is the compelling origin story of the famous chainsaw-wielding serial killer who first struck terror into the hearts of audiences more than 30 years ago.

Review: The end goal is all that matters in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include an inspiring documentary; a comedy that stands the test of time; a dangerous love affair; a fun animated film that flew under the radar; and a new series that takes on an unfilmable book.

Review: Determination leads to a host of problems in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include an outrageous comedy about breaking the law for the right reasons; a minimal post-apocalypse drama; a period piece that boasts a complete role reversal; and a holiday re-release.

Review: Past choices have serious consequences in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a new disturbing horror story from the small screen; Jack Sparrow’s latest adventure with new friends; a multi-generational Southern drama; and details of a shocking financial scandal.

Review: Nobody can help you but you in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a vivid and poetic animated film; the origins of a trained killer not to be crossed; a new oceanic nightmare; a gripping horror thriller; and a spectacular, star-studded rock opera.

Review: Everyone is trying to outsmart someone in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a superhero for the ages; an extreme role reversal; a scathing commentary on the studio system; a family favourite that never loses its grip on audience’s heartstrings; and a very loose portrayal of incarceration.

Review: Taking risks is living in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a silly cartoon that’ll make everyone laugh; a rare look at China’s furry treasures; some of the best TV; real-life struggles for reparation; and a dark yet grounded thriller.

Review: ‘Kingsman: The Golden Circle’ takes its crazy gunplay overseas Special

‘Kingsman: The Golden Circle’ pairs the British organization with its American counterpart to stop an eccentric drug lord who wants to graduate to world domination.

Review: TIFF 2017 — Top 10 films we saw this year Special

We’ve taken some to reflect on the dozens of films seen at this year’s Toronto International Film Festival and composed a list of our favourites.

Review: TIFF 2017: ‘The Captain’ is the unsettling story of an imposter Special

‘The Captain’ is the sharp portrayal of a young German soldier who turns his desertion into a personal blessing by assuming the role of a pitiless SS officer.

Review: TIFF 2017: ‘Motorrad’ trails aren’t safe but no one knows why Special

‘Motorrad’ turns a leisurely bike ride through the trails into a potentially supernatural nightmare as a gang of anonymous bikers terrorize a group of young motorcyclists.

Review: TIFF 2017: ‘Veronica’ is a typical possession movie with a twist Special

‘Veronica’ begins with a naïve attempt to contact a deceased loved one and ends with a potentially confirmed report of possession.

Review: TIFF 2017: ‘Beast’ is in all of us Special

‘Beast’ is a modern-day fairy tale about an oppressed young woman who must determine if her lover is the hero or villain of her story.

Review: TIFF 2017: ‘The Lodgers’ cannot escape their unwelcome guests Special

‘The Lodgers’ is a chilling, gothic tale of co-dependent twins imprisoned by a family curse with its own song and curfew.

Review: You can run but you can’t hide from this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include some star-studded high-def action; a couple Netflix favourites; a screwball comedy with a twist; still one of the best genre-bending horror movies; and some intense television.

Review: The ties that bind are tested in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a movie that’s not afraid to have fun at its own expense; a new chapter in sci fi history; a heist movie in which the list of key players keeps evolving; and the story of how women defended the throne from the sidelines.
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