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Review: ‘Skyscraper’ is so big it misses out on the details Special

‘Skyscraper’ is an action movie that centres on danger and explosions with not a lot happening in the area of character development.

Review: Nothing goes as planned in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include the least favourite brother; an unnecessary sequel; a complicated tale about growing up; and a real-life attempt to set the story straight.

Review: ‘Ant-Man and The Wasp’ delivers fun in multiple sizes Special

Marvel’s sequel, ‘Ant-Man and The Wasp,’ is just as much fun as the first film and includes some even faster paced action thanks to its new villain.

Review: ‘The First Purge’ gets at the heart of the horror Special

‘The First Purge’ shows the start of this horrific American tradition of death and corruption in a film that is atmospheric and unsettling.

Review: This week’s releases are full of vision Special

This week’s releases include a revamped version of a classically brutal picture; an unexpectedly gripping thriller comedy; another hairy police caper; a true story of perseverance; and the next chapter in a woman’s independence.

Review: The portable charger for juicing your devices Special

Aukey’s 20,000mAH power bank isn’t the most convenient because of its added size and weight, but do the pros outweigh the cons?

Review: This week’s releases find its characters in crisis Special

This week’s releases include a woman determined to get what she deserves; an LGBTQ-friendly teen romance; a stunning and twisted thriller; and the inaugural season of a fan-favourite character.

Review: ‘Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom’ must find a way to rise again Special

‘Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom’ shifts focus from the genetically-engineered reptiles to the humans who profit from their existence.

Review: This week’s releases mean doing things you didn’t want to do Special

This week’s releases include some classic pictures from a beloved performer; giant rabbits; a less exciting reboot; a sequel with an effective twist; and a strange coming-of-age picture.

Review: ‘Incredibles 2’ used its time away wisely Special

Audiences have waited more than a decade to go on an adventure with their favourite superhero family again and now they finally can in ‘Incredibles 2.’

Review: Believing in one’s self is key in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a legend’s quest for enlightenment; a genre-blending action movie; a woman’s incredible story; an anniversary of mammoth proportions; a noteworthy comedy series; and a couple of unconventional thrillers.

Review: They’re facing death head-on in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include an ensemble comedy; an exceptionally sharp drama; an animated underdog story; and a movie outside of J.Law’s comfort zone.

‘Solo’ swaggers with the best in the galaxy Special

‘Solo: A Star Wars Story’ is the origin story of the franchise’s famed hero, Han Solo, which is unexpectedly and unquestionably true to the much-loved character.

Review: ‘Deadpool 2’ remains true to its foul-mouthed protagonist Special

‘Deadpool 2’ hasn’t changed a thing, yet it still feels fresh as the team embraces a new director to deliver its own version of a family movie.

Review: Women take the lead in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include some steelbook goodness; a moving love story; one of Marvel’s greatest films; and a rare linear horror trilogy.

Review: ‘Tully’ is an honest portrayal of the complexities of womanhood Special

‘Tully’ is a genuine portrayal of how overwhelming life can be and is elevated by Charlize Theron’s outstanding performance.

Review: Everyone needs some saving in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include the final chapter in a sex-fuelled trilogy; the first season of a cutting-edge series; the anniversary edition of an acclaimed war drama; and a game of rugby for god and country.

Review: This week’s releases challenge people’s comfort zones Special

This week’s releases include true war stories; a magical animated adventure; a mind-bending thriller; a horror movie with real-life connections; and a classic family drama.

Review: Hot Docs doesn’t want anyone left in the dark on these issues Special

Hot Docs knows the importance of documentary-filmmaking and activism, so they’re highlighting a few important issues at this year’s festival.

Review: Hot Docs world showcase is a brief journey to the other side Special

The world showcase at Hot Docs invites audiences to experience how other people live via documentaries that endeavour to portray honest fragments of real-life.

Review: Hot Docs special presentations creates real world connections Special

The special presentations section of Hot Docs looks at two very popular pastimes with mass appeal: food and video games.

Review: ‘Super Troopers 2’ doesn’t miss a beat Special

‘Super Troopers 2’ maintains the humour and energy of its predecessor while telling a new, hilarious story featuring everyone’s favourite screw-ups.

Review: Pride just gets in the way in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include an over-the-top comedy; a Western that defies tradition; a movie that puts a smile on everyone’s face; a musical in high-def; and a gritty but intricate heist picture.

Review: ‘Beirut’ is methodical but not well planned Special

‘Beirut’ is a thriller that uses words as its primary weapon, though the narrative unfortunately develops fairly predictably.

Review: At the right place at the wrong time in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a movie surpassed by its soundtrack; an action thriller that makes the ride home more interesting; a true story of unintentional heroism; and an odd story of kindred spirits.

Review: ‘Rampage’ delivers on its promise — no more or less Special

‘Rampage’ is a giant monster movie featuring three genetically-mutated beasts hellbent on destroying a city and a couple of scientists who hope to stop them.

Review: ‘Chappaquiddick’ explores the accident that destroyed dreams Special

‘Chappaquiddick’ is a look inside the cover-up that destroyed the Kennedys’ last hope of getting another man in the White House.

Review: This week’s releases reside in the periphery Special

This week’s releases include teens having difficulties coping; an up-and-coming serial killer; the latest season about all the tough calls off the field; an anniversary that may be foggy for some; and a new, energetic entry in the dance genre.

Review: This week’s releases are packed with founded suspicions Special

This week’s releases include a couple of timeless classics; an interesting look at the creative process; a comedy of parental errors; a poignant animated film; and an amusing collection of early black-and-white pictures.

Review: ‘Blockers’ highlights the absurdity of the double-standard Special

‘Blockers’ is a hilarious movie about a group of parents so afraid to let their kids grow up, they try to crash their prom.
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