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Review: Difficult paths lead to new opportunities in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a new path for moving on from past relationships; a create depiction of mental illness; a zombie sequel that ups the action; and a furry blue speedster from another world.

Review: Love makes them do crazy things in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a bleak depiction of the future; an award-winning comedy series; a unique portrayal of aging; a baffling court drama; a limited-edition boxset; and rom-com that never loses its appeal.

Review: Stopping death is an uphill battle in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include an atypical superhero origin story; a rom-com in uncertain times; an artistic rendering of a dog’s life; a British portrait of a serial killer; a distinct Hammer horror picture; and another group of meddling kids.

Review: ‘Ammonite’ leaves its rose-coloured glasses at the door Special

‘Ammonite’ is a story about love that doesn’t overly romanticize a complicated situation, while still capturing the raw passion and affection that develops between the pair.

Review: Decisions have haunting consequences in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include an all too real horror thriller; a look at a historical moment for women; a miniseries about a formidable Empress; mysterious tales from the ‘20s; an underwhelming matchup; and new steelbooks.

Review: ‘Come Play’ turns your screen into a window of terror Special

‘Come Play’ is a horror story about an autistic boy targeted by a lonely monster who wants them to become best friends — forever.

Review: This week’s releases find the good even when it all goes wrong Special

This week’s releases include an imperfect Thanksgiving; another man on a mission; a family that works together to stay together; a first in science fiction; an inspiring tale of female empowerment; and every episode of a cartoon classic.

Review: The past is never far behind in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include history reimagined; an anthology that peaks early; stories from the captain’s chair; a movie that started a movement; a heist gone wrong; a plot to win; and a classic journey through time.

Review: Protection comes at a cost in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include an interactive story of death and redemption; a legendary man’s history; a modern-day wild West; a classic animated series; an animal caper; and a film about downward spirals.

Review: This week’s releases follow a path of disobedience Special

This week’s releases include a new chapter in a distinguished career; a bloody animated thriller; a season of entertaining and informative essays on horror; a fresh caper with some meddling kids; and a witchy Western.

Review: Some ideas are better left unrealized in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a trial of mores; a dramatic thriller that loses steam; a long-awaited season of mayhem; a TV series trying to fill a void; another series that’s ever-changing; and some great library titles.

Review: Friends are kept close & enemies closer in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include one TV series about obsession and murder, and another about power and betrayal; an animated movie about an incredible friendship; a couple of throwback Criterion titles; and a hero whose life is turned upside-down.

Review: TIFF 20: ‘Ammonite’ digs beneath the stereotypic veneer (capsule) Special

‘Ammonite’ is a raw and intimate portrait of forbidden love that pulls two women out of their morose state, even if only temporarily.

Review: TIFF 2020: ‘The Father’ is devastatingly authentic (capsule) Special

‘The Father’ puts viewers in the shoes of a man with dementia by creating a purposefully confusing and disorienting narrative.

Review: Murder isn’t the only or even worst crime in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a modern-day tale of veiled corruption; a deliberate and moving story of cunning entrepreneurship; an adorable feature-length adventure with stackable pals; and a horror movie that hits close to home.

Review: This week’s releases face questions of morality Special

This week’s releases include an entertainingly eye-opening political comedy; a zombie movie with something new to say; a couple of high-def indulgences in violence and gore; and a collection of some of Universal’s best horror pictures.

Review: This week’s releases are about righting one’s mistakes Special

This week’s releases include a new take on a childhood favourite; an aimless man forced to mature; a classic horror anthology; and a movie that started a cinematic movement.

Review: ‘Mulan’ becomes the master of her destiny, but can’t fight free Special

The live-action version of ‘Mulan’ improves on the story in some ways, but falls short in presenting a masterful, wire-fu epic.

Review: ‘Survival Skills’ shows ethics are sometimes secondary Special

‘Survival Skills’ is a satirical critique of police training in the form of an old-fashioned education VHS tape that goes off the rails.

Review: ‘The Mortuary Collection’ makes funeral homes even creepier Special

‘The Mortuary Collection’ is a compilation of horror shorts that get better with each story and are tied together by an equally uncanny conversation in a funeral home.

Review: ‘Clapboard Jungle’ goes deep behind the scenes of moviemaking Special

‘Clapboard Jungle’ is an intimate depiction of life as an independent filmmaker paired with an endless amount of advice on how to get to the next rung of the ladder.

Review: ‘Crazy Samurai Musashi’ doesn’t go mad enough Special

‘Crazy Samurai Musashi’ is the story of one warrior who takes on hundreds of samurai in a remote area of Japan in the 17th century.

Review: ‘Hail to the Deadites’ doesn’t cast a wide enough net Special

‘Hail to the Deadites’ is a documentary that looks at the dedicated fandom that exists around the ‘Evil Dead’ franchise.

Review: ‘Tenet’ is a time-bending thriller that keeps you in the loop Special

‘Tenet’ isn’t exactly Christopher Nolan’s most intricate narrative, but it still delivers an intense, action-packed, big-screen experience with some impressive intersections.

Review: The unexplained inspires fear and hope in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include an edgier superhero; a docuseries exploring tragedy and coincidence; a modern-day art film; the dysfunctional makings of a hero-adjacent career; and a historic portrait of Americana.

Review: This week’s releases are about choices and their consequences Special

This week’s releases include a musical that rides its successful soundtrack; an unusually unique series; a new take on a classic narrative; and a trio of Oscar-nominated Hungarian pictures.

Review: Death is not the end of the story in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include an intimate portrait of a teen girl’s complicated life; a CIA agent’s latest, global adventure; an animated romance about an inseparable couple; a miniseries steeped in suspicion; and a bizarre film about fleeting death.

Review: Time changes everything in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include something new from a nimble actor; a reboot that stays close to its roots; a famous entertainer’s dark but heroic beginning; and an exploration of a divisive film.

Review: This week’s releases reach into the archives Special

This week’s releases include a supernatural take on a contemporary issue; a trend-setting teen comedy’s milestone anniversary; a couple of high-def upgrades; a cat-and-mouse thriller; and a vampire with effective helpers.

Review: This week’s releases explore the unknown Special

This week’s releases include a colourful new chapter with a more varied soundtrack; an examination of human and supernatural evil; a classic musical; and a well-executed foray into the slasher genre.
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