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Review: A little conflict is the push they need in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a holiday classic restored; a CGI wonder; a gripping thriller; a new fantasy romance adaptation; a manmade menace; an international buddy cop comedy; and an anniversary refresh.

Review: Endangering others is part of the gig in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a new mysterious chapter; a very contemporary comedy; a classic with a high-def upgrade; a very happy anniversary; and a couple series that got the ball rolling.

Review: There are plenty of things to fear in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a new reason to be afraid of the water and floods; the latest chapter ofin a criminal family’s legacy; a collection of top-notch animated shorts; a boy born to evil; a zombie musical; and the freedom to speak the truth.

Review: ‘Abominable’ is the animated adventure of a lifetime Special

‘Abominable’ is the heart-warming tale of a trio of kids who discover the world beyond their familiar streets while trying to help a rare animal get back home to its family on the highest peak on Earth.

Review: The bad guys get organized in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a Russian spy trying to regain control; a world in which a historical band never existed; a documentary about another famous performer; reboots of a couple of classic franchises; and the latest chapter in a search for power.

Review: ‘Ad Astra’ doesn’t have the right stuff Special

‘Ad Astra’ takes the action into space when a potentially maniacal astronaut threatens to destroy the universe and his son is recruited to stop him.

Review: Women are at the heart of this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a failed attempt to adapt a great storyline; a classic sleeper children’s horror fantasy; an intimate portrait of a young wife; amateur teenage detectives looking for the truth between rumours; and a knockout performance.

Review: This week’s releases features men just trying to stay ahead Special

This week’s releases include a new take on an old classic; the next chapter in an elite killer’s saga; a tough year for a group of soldiers; another tale of a famous vampire; and an intimate discussion about the essence of performance.

Review: TIFF 2019: ‘Kuessipan’ is about the strength of female friendship Special

‘Kuessipan’ is the story of two young women whose lifelong friendship is tested by new relationships and diverging futures.

Review: TIFF 2019: ‘Crazy World’ makes its own rules Special

‘Crazy World’ is a one-of-a-kind movie experience from Uganda, featuring child kung-fu masters, lots of gunfire and an important message.

Review: TIFF 2019: ‘Judy’ is a tale of joy and tears on- and off-screen Special

‘Judy’ is an intimate portrayal of Judy Garland’s final year as she experiences both success and disaster on stage in London.

Review: TIFF 2019: ‘How to Build a Girl’ has fun finding her way Special

‘How to Build a Girl’ is an amusing coming-of-age story in which a teenage girl finds her voice via scathing music reviews.

Review: TIFF 2019: ‘The Platform’ is a feast of deprivation Special

‘The Platform’ unfolds in a vertically-stacked prison in which food only reaches the top tiers, creating a vicious atmosphere that infects its inmates.

Review: TIFF 2019: ‘The Obituary of Tunde Johnson’ is a unique commentary Special

‘The Obituary of Tunde Johnson’ is a powerful exploration of the deaths of unarmed black people at the hands of American police officers.

Review: TIFF 2019: ‘Synchronic’ features a drug that redefines escape Special

‘Synchronic’ is a bizarre sci fi picture about a designer drug that’s main side effects include time travel and possible historical death.

Review: TIFF 2019: ‘Jungleland’ is neither road trip nor boxing movie Special

‘Jungleland’ is a story about two brothers bound by loyalty, even though they’ve both be better off if they spent some time apart.

Review: People’s true selves are revealed in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a superhero horror story; a buddy comedy about two girls making up for lost time; a new chapter in defending Earth against aliens; a courtroom dramedy; and a documentary that sheds light on a historical injustice.

Review: The tides are changing in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a classic study of familial relationships; a new motorcycle narrative; a musical story for a music man; the king of giants; a fresh pet adventure; and a princess determined to realize her dreams.

Review: ‘Ready or Not’ is a bloody good time Special

‘Ready or Not’ demonstrates why playing games with weapons is dangerous, while amusing audiences with its unexpected sense of humour.

Review: This week’s releases begin by making a claim Special

This week’s releases include a tale of growing up; the second chapter of a divine TV series; the last season for an original cast member; a classic romcom based on a classic book; and the real story behind a woman’s claim to the throne.

Review: ‘Where’d You Go, Bernadette’ rides on a stellar performance Special

‘Where’d You Go, Bernadette’ features a standout performance by Cate Blanchett as she plays a woman with a unique and sometimes contrary view of the world, answering what turns out to be a metaphorical question.

Review: Even the best laid plans go awry in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include the culmination of more than a decade of movies; a one-of-a-kind look inside the ISS; a story of forbidden love punishable by angry mobs; a Toho classic; and a drama featuring comedic actors.

Review: ‘Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark’ is limited by age, not scares Special

‘Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark’ integrates tales from the young adult book into a chilling, overarching ghost story that is still aimed at adolescent audiences.

Review: ‘Luce’ defies expectations, but what’s going on behind that smile Special

‘Luce’ is a thought-provoking psychological drama that follows a young man whose found creative and potentially destructive ways to manage his stress.

Review: No one can outrun their pasts in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include an amusing new Laika picture; a new take on Big Red; a German trilogy questioning its post-war recovery; and a raw portrayal of a profound singer.

Review: The West is fading in ‘Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood’ Special

‘Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood’ is Quentin Tarantino’s ninth film, though it is also the most unlike his previous pictures.

Review: Not everyone’s dreams can become reality in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a lighthearted superhero movie; a miniseries about a man who can’t escape himself; a standard coming-of-age escalated by its soundtrack; a special release of a classic adaptation; and an unexpectedly hilarious animation.

Review: It’s difficult to let go in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include the complete BFF antics of a couple of young New Yorkers; a new take on a suburban horror story; a unique approach to refugee life; a giallo mystery; and the anniversary of fictional baseball legends.

Review: Hardships lead to new beginnings in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a new picture from out-of-the-box thinkers; a mother who will stop at nothing to save her daughter; a beautiful relationship that transcends species; an animated ghost story; and a friendship that can survive anything.

Review: ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’ spins a web of action-packed fun Special

‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’ picks up several months after Thanos’ defeat, bringing new, highly destructive villains and a twist ending with major consequences.
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Peter (Garfield) and Gwen (Stone) falling in love
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