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Review: ‘The Magnificent Seven’ updates the Western for modern audiences Special

‘The Magnificent Seven’ remake is a Western at heart but action movie by definition, plausibly redefining the main characters and adding a lot of explosions.

Review: It’s time to relive some old memories with this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include childhood favourites celebrating special anniversaries; a film that sheds light on another aspect of the Civil War; a spin-off of a popular TV series; and a misplaced silent film from a master filmmaker.

Review: Everyone’s fighting to survive in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a Marvel war that exceeds expectations; a comedy that stays true to its absurd roots; a horror film from a skilled director; and the impressive celebratory release of a sci-fi classic.

Review: TIFF 2016: ‘The Exception’ should be the rule in historical drama Special

‘The Exception’ is an incredibly engaging adaptation starring Christopher Plummer in a fictional account of the German Kaiser’s exile and re-acquaintance with the reigning powers during WWII.

Review: TIFF 2016: ‘The Women’s Balcony’ has a great sense of humour Special

‘The Women’s Balcony’ is a humorous, feminist narrative about finding the right path to happiness and the subjectivity of righteousness.

Review: TIFF 2016: ‘Raw’ is an intense depiction of growing up Special

The cannibalism in ‘Raw’ provides a commendably visceral representation of a reticent teenage girl’s experiences as a college freshman.

Review: TIFF 2016: ‘The Belko Experiment’ is designed to ensure success Special

‘The Belko Experiment’ is an engaging thriller that takes audience into the centre of a trap designed to turn formerly amicable co-workers against each other in a ruthless fight for survival.

Review: ‘Bridget Jones’s Baby’ still able to balance relatable & absurd Special

‘Bridget Jones’s Baby’ brings everyone’s favourite imperfect woman back to the big screen, but this time Bridget’s problems are a little more concrete than spending her birthday alone.

Review: TIFF 2016: ‘Catfight’ wrestles its way to the comedic top Special

‘Catfight’ is a hilarious movie about two women who literally and repeatedly try to beat each other to death following a chance post-college reunion. It had its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival.

Review: Reaching back into the past for this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a well-acted historical drama; much delayed insight into the trial of a century; classic Peanuts movies; a new approach for a long-running series; and a box set any fan and/or collector would be proud to own.

Review: ‘Morgan’ treads in the deep before moving to shallower territory Special

‘Morgan’ is a sci-fi thriller that spends some time debating the ethics and rights of its characters before activating its action mode.

Review: ‘Don’t Breathe’ holds on until the very end(s) Special

‘Don’t Breathe’ is an edge-of-your-seat thriller that turns the heist movie on its head, but sacrifices some of its intensity for everlasting suspense.

Review: Inner strength and determination permeate this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include the return of a cult movie legend; one of the year’s best comedies; the reimagining of an epic story; the feature debut of a rising director; and an unbelievable underdog tale.

Review: ‘Hell or High Water’ blends tradition with contemporary drama Special

‘Hell or High Water’ is an exceptional modern-day Western about two brothers willing to do anything to ensure their family’s future.

Review: Can’t take your eyes off ‘Kubo and the Two Strings’ Special

‘Kubo and the Two Strings’ is a stunning and original stop-motion animation that is sure to mesmerize audiences of all ages.

Review: Nothing is what it seems in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include several classics with significant followings; the amusing yet unnecessary origin story of a popular app; a striking motion comic featuring a female heroine; and a second season that fortunately surpasses the first.

Review: New on DVD for August 9 Special

This week’s releases include a fascinating exploration of grief; a dark, animated portrayal of an age-old rivalry; a surprisingly gripping thriller; and the continued, graphic quest for medical improvement.

Review: A keen sense of humour runs through this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include another thrilling season catching bad guys; a raunchy comedy with a female lead; every joke from a hit comedy series; a musical coming-of-age story; and a compelling recreation of real-life events.

Review: This week’s releases put guns in questionable hands Special

This week’s releases include a return to a familiar neighbourhood; an intriguing action sci-fi; several character seeking revenge; and confused identities.

Review: ‘Lights Out’ is scary in all the right places Special

‘Lights Out’ is the disturbing feature-length adaptation of a short that went viral about a thing that lurks in the darkness when you turn off the lights.

Review: New on DVD for July 19 Special

This week’s releases include an action-packed sequel to a martial arts favourite; a battle decades in-the-making; a welcome definition of family; a gritty, coming-of-age story; and two horror movies that push the limits.

Review: New ‘Ghostbusters’ makes us feel good Special

‘Ghostbusters’ is almost a perfect reboot, finding the balance between an updated narrative and paying tribute to its predecessor.

Review: Murder is a dangerous game in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a partial sequel to a classic film; the third chapter in YA series; a high-intensity thriller; the future of VR filmmaking; and China’s most popular film ever.

Review: ‘Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates’ gives the gift of laughter Special

‘Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates’ is a raunchy comedy that gives its male and female characters equal opportunity to royally screw up.

Review: Charge your devices anywhere with Choetech's USB-C accessories

Charging accessories aren't the most exciting area of tech but increasingly they're more innovative and important. As smartphones slim down, battery life is sacrificed, leaving you low on power. Choetech's USB-C range helps you top up in record time.

Review: ‘The Secret Life of Pets’ is the realization of our pet dreams Special

‘The Secret Life of Pets’ is an amusing tale that brings to life the most outrageous guesses about what animals do while their owners are away.

Review: Relationships are at the centre of this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a well-played French heist film; an adaptation that subtly examines memory; a bizarre romantic comedy featuring an odd yet charming couple; and the latest chapter in one of the most dangerous partnerships.

Review: Rock Jaw Audio demonstrates quality sound can be done on a budget

The Rock Jaw Clarito, the audio company's newest product, blends a refined all-metal design with a balanced and measured sound signature. Designed to produce a rounded audio experience, the Clarito's low cost isn't indicative of its output quality.

Review: ‘Weiner’ is an intimate portrait of a man who defies privacy Special

‘Weiner’ is the unbelievable true story of former congressman Anthony Weiner who appears to be a great politician but flawed man.

Review: This week’s releases constitute a way-back throwback Special

This week’s releases include a beloved sitcom starring “before he was a star” Ryan Reynolds; a ridiculous slapstick comedy; a depiction of life as a war correspondent; and an anticipated sci-fi revival featuring the original actors.
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