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Review: ‘The Wife’ will not play second-fiddle to anyone ever again Special

‘The Wife’ is the story of a frustrated spouse who finally snaps under the weight of her husband receiving the ultimate recognition, played perfectly by Glenn Close.

Review: ‘The House with a Clock’ will start new generation of horror fans Special

‘The House with a Clock in its Walls’ is a spine-tingling, magical fantasy that allows a strange boy to find his place in the world.

Review: There’s more than one way to get it done in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include the latest chapter in a prehistoric drama; the Korean version of a conventional horror story; a bit of typecasting; a fresh take on a heist narrative; and a movie that defies expectation.

Review: The end is nigh in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include an unfulfilled promise of greatness; a gripping horror movie; a classic Halloween comedy; the ends of several series; and an interesting approach to alien contact.

Review: TIFF 2018: ‘White Boy Rick’ makes a lot of poor decisions Special

‘White Boy Rick’ is the true story of a teen who fashioned himself a kingpin, but was really just a dumb kid making bad choices.

Review: TIFF 2018: ‘Her Smell’ tells a reckless story with precise flair Special

‘Her Smell’ is the entrancing story of a grunge singer at the height of her career who tumbles off the cliff of her success, hitting every rock on the way down to the bottom.

Review: TIFF 2018: ‘Border’ is full of hope but shrouded in danger Special

‘Border’ is a fairy tale of sorts, in which the princess discovers another world in which she could be accepted but at a cost to those around her.

Review: TIFF 2018: ‘Donnybrook’ is a dark journey through hell Special

‘Donnybrook’ digs into the darkest corners of humanity to find its mostly disagreeable characters whose fates will be decided at an underground competition.

Review: ‘The Predator’s only problem isn’t its name Special

‘The Predator’ is a sequel to the pre-Alien crossover films and attempts to refresh the franchise, but is only semi-successful.

Review: TIFF 2018: ‘The Wind’ blows the house down Special

‘The Wind’ is a horror movie that’s rooted in isolation, but draws on many other elements to illustrate the dangers of uncivilized land.

Review: TIFF 2018: ‘Kursk’ is frustrating because you know how it ends Special

‘Kursk’ doesn’t care if you know how it ends because the arrogance that caused the end result and people who were affected by it are far more important.

Review: TIFF 2018: ‘Jeremiah Terminator LeRoy’ is who they want him to be Special

‘Jeremiah Terminator LeRoy’ is the compelling true story of two different women portraying one young man in an effort to connect that instead becomes the root of their alienation.

Review: TIFF 2018: ‘Freaks’ never settles for the expected Special

‘Freaks’ is a thriller that unexpectedly turns into a science fiction narrative, while providing commentary on the current state of affairs.

Review: TIFF 2018: ‘Firecrackers’ delivers a feisty, genuine experience Special

‘Firecrackers’ explores the consequences of being an independent, spirited young woman in a small town that values its men more.

Review: TIFF 2018: Cheer on ‘The Extraordinary Journey of Celeste Garcia’ Special

‘The Extraordinary Journey of Celeste Garcia’ is a sweet comedy about a woman who can’t wait for her second chance at life on another planet.

Review: People really should exercise more caution around ‘The Nun’ Special

Since good cannot exist without its opposite, Catholic figures have long been intertwined with omens of evil and ‘The Nun’ is the embodiment of malevolence even if the narrative somewhat blunders the delivery.

Review: The world is a scary place in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a surprisingly exceptional origin story; a chilling horror anthology; a fairy tale, coming-of-age story; a full-tilt romance; and the film that launched a still-expanding franchise.

Review: Lots of dreams of what was or could be in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a movie who’s reputation precedes it; a relentless comedy; a moving historical drama; a reimagined Western; a heist movie that never stood a chance; and a couple of hypotheticals.

Review: ‘Mile 22’ is a flawed but rewarding tactical operation Special

‘Mile 22’ is an action-heavy, spy picture in which there are multiple ticking clocks, broad daylight shootouts in the street and an ending that makes it all worth it.

Review: ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ is a funny escapist comedy Special

‘Crazy Rich Asians’ is a hilarious and occasionally touching rom-com that features a ground-breaking cast with a collective experience.

Review: Teamwork is pivotal in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a bizarre yet enjoyable alien romance; two very different but amusing comedies; the first half of a game-changer; the latest chapter in a father-daughter crime drama; and a murder suspect who can’t decide his own innocence

Review: Bad guys pay for their misdeeds in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a film that surpasses its trailer; a different home invasion picture; a crazy revenge movie; a comedy sequel that paves its own path; a new take on the werewolf; and a boy who takes a step closer to manhood.

Review: Choices make or break you in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include the final chapter in an epic saga; a reboot that changes the rules a little; a series that questions our very existence; and a goofy B-movie about carnivorous fish.

Review: Everyone does things a little differently in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include an innovative take on the zombie movie; a cartoon about a strange family; a movie inspired by a fantastic book; and a variety of John Carpenter’s pictures.

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?
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Peter (Garfield) contemplates his life as Spider-Man
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A scene from 'Gabrielle'
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Still from ‘Ghostbusters’ reboot
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Peter (Garfield) and Gwen (Stone) falling in love
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A picture of a speed challenge which helps you learn the game in Transistor.
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Andrew Garfield as Spider-Man in 'The Amazing Spider-Man'
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Will Self's ninth novel, "Umbrella".