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Review: Training is no match for the real world in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a first-time North American release; the reimagining of a larger-than-life character’s existence; a moving documentary about soul man; and the complete collection an old school crime drama.

Review: ‘War for the Planet of the Apes’ ends the brutal confrontation Special

‘War for the Planet of the Apes’ is the gripping conclusion of the prequel series that forces Caesar to put aside his compassion to face his worst enemy.

Review: This week’s releases must dig deeper for the truth Special

This week’s releases include the latest adrenaline-fuelled chapter in a high-speed saga; a buddy comedy with future potential; a mystery series with many twists; and the continuation of a story many thought ended years ago.

Review: ‘Spider-Man — Homecoming’ finally gets it right Special

‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ is the newest reboot of the franchise, but with Marvel’s influence they have finally gotten it right.

Review: ‘Despicable Me 3’ needs more Minions Special

‘Despicable Me 3’ tries to lure Gru back to the dark side with a failing career and endearing twin brother who reminds him it’s good to be bad.

Review: ‘The Beguiled’ captivates characters before it all goes wrong Special

‘The Beguiled’ is Sofia’s Coppola’s latest picture to turn gender stereotypes on their heads while telling an enticing tale of lust and revenge.

Review: ‘The Big Sick’ is an instant favourite Special

‘The Big Sick’ is not your typical romantic comedy as it easily wins over audiences with its unmatched authenticity and humour.

Review: New on DVD for June 27 Special

This week’s releases include a sci-fi movie rooted in realism; a sequel that rivals the original; an enticing thriller; an auteur’s first feature; and a classic comedy collection.

Review: This week’s releases understand their respective genres Special

This week’s releases include a new sci-fi TV series; an action movie starring a famous hero; a Swedish take on the American splatter horror movie; and a movie that was preceded by its soundtrack.

Review: ‘Rough Night’ not so rough for audiences Special

The new R-rated comedy ‘Rough Night’ makes its way into the male-dominated genre with a terrific cast and dead stripper.

Review: ‘It Comes at Night’ is haunting because it’s probable Special

‘It Comes at Night’ is a genuine but disturbing depiction of desperation and survival instincts to which everyone can relate.

Review: ‘The Mummy’ needs its priorities reordered Special

‘The Mummy’ fails to remember who the story’s star is and consequently allows the most interesting part of the movie to be sidelined.

Review: ‘Captain Underpants’ wears a cape of silliness Special

‘Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie’ is a fun picture that lets kids’ imaginations run wild with possibilities… and occasional toilet humour.

Review: ‘Wonder Woman’ is unstoppable Special

‘Wonder Woman’ is the empowering origin story of the world’s first female superhero, who emerges to save humanity from itself.

Review: This week’s releases rehash the past Special

This week’s releases include a couple of old musicals; a superhero movie like no other; an infinite second chance; and the origin of modern crime fighting.

Review: ‘Dead Men Tell No Tales’ except for familiar ones Special

'Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales’ boasts a fantastic villain portrayed by Javiar Bardem, but is otherwise par for the course.

Review: Threats abound in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include the still reigning best thriller of the year; a moving stop-motion animation; a race against the clock; a furry hero’s latest adventure; and the re-release of a classic anime.

Review: ‘Alien: Covenant’ gets closer to the truth Special

‘Alien: Covenant’ is everything ‘Prometheus’ wasn’t and more as the film further explores the origins of the formidable xenomorph.

Review: Can’t save what’s already lost in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a couple of Bruce Lee classics; the end of an era; a furry uprising; a throwback horror movie; and an action return.

Review: ‘Hounds of Love’ is made for the amateur criminal profiler Special

‘Hounds of Love’ is a fact-based Australian serial killer movie, featuring unnervingly convincing performances that allow audiences to imagine the worst.

Review: Relationships are complicated in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a skillfully constructed horror movie; a definitive director’s cut; a sharp and witty look at separation; and a comedy classic from the "Sultan of Sleaze."

Review: 'Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2’ is awesome like your fave mixtape Special

'Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2’ is everything fans could have wanted in a sequel and more, overflowing with heart, action and humour.

Review: This week’s releases show how movies affect culture & vice versa Special

This week’s releases include classics that left a cultural footprint; ultra-high-def explosions; a K-9’s perspective; and Italian takes on American old school genres.

Review: ‘78/52’ invites Hot Docs audiences into the shower with Hitchcock Special

Hot Docs presents ‘78/52’, a fascinating analysis of the famous and often replicated shower scene in Alfred Hitchcock’s ‘Psycho’.

Review: ‘A Better Man’ is one of Hot Docs’ most stirring films Special

‘A Better Man’ is an inspirational depiction of restorative justice as a former couple invites Hot Docs audiences to revisit their abusive past with them.

Review: Hot Docs’ ‘PACmen’ expands on craziness of the 2016 US election Special

In a Hot Docs program called “Democrazy”, ‘PACmen’ explores the political influences and blunders of American political action committees during the recent election.

Review: ‘Recruiting for Jihad’ is an eye-opening Hot Docs selection Special

‘Recruiting for Jihad’ introduces Hot Docs audiences to a Norwegian Islamist who uses his well-honed people skills to enlist soldiers for ISIS.

Review: ‘Playing God’ is a tough job at Hot Docs Special

The Hot Docs selection ‘Playing God’ looks at the unenvious job of putting a dollar value on the loss of life and justifying the difference in amounts.

Review: Nothing is too taboo in Hot Docs’ ‘Ask the Sexpert’ Special

‘Ask the Sexpert’ is a charming film screening at Hot Docs about a nonagenarian who writes a sex advice column in India.

Review: ‘Shingal, Where Are You?’ brings faces of genocide to Hot Docs Special

Hot Docs selection ‘Shingal, Where Are You?’ follows an Iraqi Yazidi family displaced by Daesh, trying to negotiate the safe return of their kidnapped daughter.
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