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TopFinds: Dick Cheney's CIA admission; rock with 30,000 diamonds

Dick Cheney admits some of those the CIA tortured were innocent. A strange rock with 30,000 diamonds is discovered in Russia. An unfortunate photo of Bill Clinton goes viral. Welcome to this week's TopFinds.

Review: Magic abounds in ‘Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb’ Special

‘Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb’ goes global to give its beloved characters the send-off they deserve in the third and final installment.

Review: New on DVD for December 16 Special

This week’s releases include a highly recommendable comedy drama; a horror master’s magical tale; and the story of sewer dwellers who grow to be the greatest heroes above ground.

Review: ‘Exodus: Gods and Kings’ fits best with other epic war pictures Special

‘Exodus: Gods and Kings’ is Ridley Scott’s spectacular re-telling of the Biblical story about Moses and the Israelites’ emancipation, starring Christian Bale.

TopFinds: Animals 'go to heaven'; scientists create life's spark

Pope Francis declares that all animals go to heaven. Scientists recreate the "first spark of life." An interview with Jimmy Smits on the end of 'Sons of Anarchy.' Welcome to this week's TopFinds.

Review: Nothing artificial about ‘The Imitation Game’ Special

‘The Imitation Game’ is the fascinating story of Alan Turing (played by an indelible Benedict Cumberbatch) and his contributions to a top secret military project that turned the tides in WWII.

Review: New on DVD for December 9 Special

This week’s releases include complete series sets for classic television from the ‘60s and ‘70s; the latest in Marvel’s big screen successes about a group of thieves-turned-heroes; and the first series of post-transformation adventures.

Review: ‘Gemma Bovery’ is an unremarkable affair Special

‘Gemma Bovery’ is a reworking of Flaubert’s “Madame Bovary” in which a woman’s behaviour imitates the title character’s as a curious neighbour scrutinizes her activities.

TopFinds: Boy found behind 'false wall'; Blackberry's iPhone plan

A boy who was missing for four years was found behind a "false wall." A look at whether Blackberry's plan to swap iPhones for Passports is smart. A look at the controversial "most beautiful girl in the world," age nine. Welcome to this week's TopFinds.

Review: ‘Wild’ journeys to more than one destination Special

‘Wild’ is another tour de force starring Reese Witherspoon in which she puts aside her good girl guise to portray a woman determined to face her life’s mistakes on a 1,000 mile hike alone.

Review: ‘Blood Knuckles’ wins best feature at Canadian film fest Special

‘Bloody Knuckles’ is the bizarre and entertaining tale of a severed hand on a mission of revenge against the local gangsters that separated it from its body.

Review: New on DVD for December 2 Special

This week’s releases include a delectable dip into the world of the culinary elite; the zany adventures of two young women in New York; the second to last season of a gripping series; and a convoluted exploration of love and deception.

TopFinds: Pacquiao's weighty decision; stars go missing

Floyd Mayweather may be the reason Manny Pacquiao hasn't figured out his weight class preference. A group of stars is missing and scientists are baffled. An Ontario man is charged with assaulting women's feet. Welcome to this week's TopFinds.

Review: ‘The Theory of Everything’ misses nothing Special

‘The Theory of Everything’ is an inspiring biopic about Stephen Hawking that is well-deserving of its Oscar buzz, especially in regards to its main actor.

Review: ‘Black Mountain Side’ successfully ascends a horror peak Special

‘Black Mountain Side’ centres on a group of archaeologists being terrorized by their latest discovery in Northern Canada.

Review: ‘Berkshire County’ brings terror home to roost Special

‘Berkshire County’ is a fast-paced, well executed home invasion movie that forgets about all its efforts to be respectable in the final minute.

Review: ‘Penguins of Madagascar’ balances cuteness with dexterity Special

A penguin’s cuteness is the perfect distraction for any plan. In ‘Penguins of Madagascar,’ the adorable team joins a suave spy agency to prevent widespread destruction.

Review: New on DVD for November 25 Special

This week’s releases include a focus on a popular cartoon’s most human character; the lyrics to one of the year’s most admired soundtracks; and an exceptional series about getting old.

TopFinds: Defending Burnaby Mountain; Canadian lakes 'jellifying'

A first-hand account of the protests against Kinder Morgan at Burnaby Mountain. Industrial acid deposits are turning Canadian lakes into literal jelly. How magic mushrooms transform the brain. Welcome to this week's TopFinds.

Review: ‘Mockingjay – Part 1’ is the lead-up to the big event Special

‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1’ is the calm before the storm as the rebels take steps towards the ultimate goal of overthrowing the Capitol and Katniss contemplates the role she’ll play in the campaign’s future.

Review: New on DVD for November 18 Special

This week’s releases include three stunning Blu-ray releases from Studio Ghibli; a notable Kiwi horror comedy; a Christmas sendup from Adult Swim; and a striking natural disaster picture.

TopFinds: Rosetta comet mission success; Alzheimer's breakthrough

The Philae spacecraft has landed on a comet, marking a world first. A major breakthrough against Alzheimer's is on the horizon. Robert Plant denies a nearly $800 million payday to reunite Led Zeppelin. Welcome to this week's TopFinds.

Review: ‘Wolves’ sniffs out the details Special

‘Wolves’ is a coming-of-age story about an uninformed werewolf accepting his true nature, meticulously constructed by a first-time director.

Review: ‘Rosewater’ is a well of inspiration and inexperience Special

‘The Daily Show’ host Jon Stewart’s feature directorial debut, ‘Rosewater,’ is an imperfect but stirring story of a journalist’s unjust detention in Iran.

Review: New on DVD for November 11 Special

This week’s releases include an entertaining martial arts picture that brings the past into the present; the complete tale of inter-species love; the story of a rock ‘n’ roll legends; and a comedy that’s a bit tough on its main character.

Review: ‘The Overnighters’ takes redemption to the extreme Special

‘The Overnighters’ is the captivating story about a series of despondent men trying to turn their luck around in the North Dakota oil fields and the pastor risking everything to help them do it.

TopFinds: Revelations on USS Liberty attack; WW II plane found

Al Jazeera has aired a new documentary with some big revelations on the USS Liberty attack. A World War II plane is recovered from Lake Muskoka. A South African man has a South American lungfish removed from his bowels. Welcome to this week's TopFinds.

Review: ‘Big Hero 6’ is the best of two worlds Special

‘Big Hero 6’ is exactly what you would hope for from the collaboration of Disney and Marvel, both visually and narratively.

Review: New on DVD for November 4 Special

This week’s releases include a Disney villain’s passionate backstory; the HBO series that changed the TV drama landscape; a witty and spontaneous parody; and the legend of a man lifted by the gods.

Review: ‘The ABCs of Death 2’ improves on the original stunt Special

‘The ABCs of Death 2’ brings together the provocative, funny and shocking stories of 26 eclectic new directors with productions spanning from Nigeria to the UK to Brazil.
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