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Review: Us scares audiences with a piercing reflection Special

Jordan Peele’s Us is even more frightening than his last outing as he delivers a genuine horror movie filled with suspense and monsters.

Review: ‘The Aftermath’ discovers a fine line between love and hate Special

‘The Aftermath’ is a period romance that unfolds in 1946 Germany under a dark cloud of grief and resentment as everyone tries to rebuild after the war.

Review: This week’s releases offer unflinching reality or great escapism Special

This week’s releases include the best animated movie of the year; a nature doc that’s both harsh and heartwarming; a movie that’s thankfully a sequel and not a remake; the final season of a popular character; and an inappropriately hilarious comedy.

Review: ‘Gloria Bell’ is the person she desires to be, no exceptions Special

‘Gloria Bell’ delivers a genuine and inspiring portrayal of a realistic, middle-aged woman whose life is both as ordinary and extraordinary as she chooses.

Review: This week’s releases take matters into their own hands Special

This week’s releases include the filler chapter of a five-part series; a sequel pulling double duty; a touching comedy; a version of female empowerment; a faithful adaptation; and a couple of different takes on successful thrillers.

Review: This week’s releases don’t like what they find behind the curtain Special

This week’s releases include a couple of Oscar winners; an unconventional story about addiction; a slow burning drama; a comedic look at parenthood; the best use of a stark location; and a disturbing road trip movie.

Review: ‘Greta’ isn’t averse to going off the rails Special

‘Greta’ takes an unexpectedly campy approach to the stalker narrative as a young woman finds out breaking up is hard to do even when romance isn’t involved.

Review: This week’s releases go where no one has gone before Special

This week’s releases include old and new animated friends; a harrowing tale of women rulers; a dark remake; an extended snapshot of life; a very pink collection; and a movie that depicts where it all started.

Review: ‘Never Look Away’ finds inspiration in all of life’s experiences Special

‘Never Look Away’ is a poignant film that follows a young artist as he comes to terms with the war that destroyed his family and will eventually inspire his greatest work.

Review: ‘How to Train Your Dragon 3’ knows what it has to do Special

‘How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World’ is the last big screen adventure between Hiccup and Toothless the unexpected leaders must do what’s necessary to save their clans.

Review: One person can have such an impact in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a moving story of love and music; a new chapter in a seedy industry; a great, cross-genre horror movie; a tale of deception; an eventful evening on the town; and a nearly unnoticed loss.

Review: ‘Happy Death Day 2U’ is a great gift for the fun-loving moviegoer Special

‘Happy Death Day 2U’ picks up where the first film left off — including yet another death loop — but with a few important differences.

Review: Oscar nominees & killers mingle in this week’s releases — part 2 Special

This week’s releases include a parody of a new cultural phenomenon; a powerhouse performance; the film that could finally get the most-nominated actress an Oscar; a favourite rom-com; an unconventional biopic; and a collection of exuberant works.

Review: Oscar nominees & killers mingle in this week’s releases — part 1 Special

This week’s releases include a parody of a new cultural phenomenon; a powerhouse performance; the film that could finally get the most-nominated actress an Oscar; a favourite rom-com; an unconventional biopic; and a collection of exuberant works.

Review: ‘Alita: Battle Angel’ comes into her own via the awesome FX Special

‘Alita: Battle Angel’ is about a heroine in a futuristic city that didn’t realize it needed saving until she took down the worst perpetrators and mastered their main sport.

Review: This week’s releases challenge traditions — part 2 Special

This week’s releases include a pleasing remake; an empowering yet unconventional heist movie; a Western with a different objective; a first in one of the longest running series; the missing link; and a maternal fairy tale.

Review: This week’s releases challenge traditions — part 1 Special

This week’s releases include a pleasing remake; an empowering yet unconventional heist movie; a Western with a different objective; a first in one of the longest running series; the missing link; and a maternal fairy tale.

Review: ‘Miss Bala’ is an uncommon display of a woman’s fortitude Special

‘Miss Bala’ is a thriller remake that follows a young woman’s survival when she’s abducted by a Mexican gang and forced to do their bidding.

Review: This week’s releases take justice into their own hands — part 2 Special

This week’s releases include a unique condition; an unlikely alliance; a new chapter in a complex revolution; a compelling comeback; an animated, drunken odyssey; a newly imagined fantasy; the toughest cop; and an uncommon look at addiction.

Review: This week’s releases take justice into their own hands — part 1 Special

This week’s releases include a unique condition; an unlikely alliance; a new chapter in a complex revolution; a compelling comeback; an animated, drunken odyssey; a newly imagined fantasy; the toughest cop; and an uncommon look at addiction.

Review: ‘Chef Flynn’ is a delectable look at a child prodigy Special

‘Chef Flynn’ chronicles the exceptional real-life accomplishments of a young man who’s earned the opportunity to cook alongside the world’s best chefs before his 19th birthday.

Review: ‘Cold War’ doesn’t need colour to convey its passion Special

Oscar-nominated ‘Cold War’ is a provocative love story that pairs its monochromatic visuals with a fiery relationship that’s always off-kilter.

Review: ‘Serenity’ is working towards the unexpected (and unnecessary?) Special

‘Serenity’ starts off as a solid neo-noir before turning into something completely different, which runs the risk of derailing the narrative and alienating audiences.

Review: Everyone carves their own paths in this week’s releases - part 2 Special

This week’s releases include an intimate portrait of a historical figure; a realistic depiction of a young woman’s choice; a couple of docs about niche interests; two vintage comedies that still make you laugh; and tales of vigilante justice.

Review: Everyone carves their own paths in this week’s releases - part 1 Special

This week’s releases include an intimate portrait of a historical figure; a realistic depiction of a young woman’s choice; a couple of docs about niche interests; two vintage comedies that still make you laugh; and tales of vigilante justice.

Review: ‘Glass’ does some self-reflecting before unleashing the beast Special

Writer/director M. Night Shyamalan is finally closing a two-decade chapter in his career with the release of the long-anticipated, ‘Glass.’

Review: Family is not an ‘F’-word in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include various versions of the undead; a new direction for a compelling franchise; a horror movie that may surpass the original; a good guy gone bad; and a mostly convincing romcom.

Review: ‘Destroyer’ is a game changer for Nicole Kidman Special

‘Destroyer’ wouldn’t be a great film without Nicole Kidman’s exceptional performance as she masterfully takes command of this unconventional role.

Review: Murder doesn’t go unanswered in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a heroic epic; a raw look at adolescence; a classic rom-com; a disturbing thriller; and an affecting true account of war.

Review: ‘Lifechanger’ finds discomfort in habit Special

‘Lifechanger’ is an engrossing narrative that subtly debates the value of one life over another via an immortal man’s choices.
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