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Review: ‘Alice Through the Looking Glass’ is still an actor’s playground Special

‘Alice Through the Looking Glass’ is exactly what you’d expect in a sequel to such a fantastic story — an even more fantastic tale with a different gimmick.

Review: ‘The Nice Guys’ have a lot of charm Special

‘The Nice Guys’ is a throwback within a throwback as unlikely partners Ryan Gosling and Russell Crowe put on their goofy detective hats to solve a mystery in 1970s L.A.

Review: ‘High-Rise’ is a spectacular failed social experiment Special

‘High-Rise’ is an extremely stylized depiction of a total breakdown of society within the confines of a tower block that harkens back to dystopian pictures of the ‘70s.

Review: ‘Dark Horse’ is a heartwarming tale of underdogs with 2 to 4 legs Special

‘Dark Horse’ chronicles the life of a racehorse that led a working-class community to some of the UK’s most prestigious racing events.

Review: New on DVD for May 17 Special

This week’s releases include De Niro in a role suitable(?) for his age; a horror anthology with skilfully built atmosphere; a psychological thriller about a family’s devolution; and an excellent and dark anime series.

Review: ‘Sunset Song’ waxes poetic about female hardships on the farm Special

‘Sunset Song’ is an unglamorous depiction of being a woman living in rural Scotland with a war on the horizon and a farm to tend.

Review: Inateck's wooden earphones offer high-quality sound for low cost

Inateck has two new premium earphone sets for style-conscious audiophiles, the metal-and-wood BH1101 and the all-wood BH1105. Both models are a cut above typical earphones, offering clear, refined sound and a lightweight design at a reasonable price.

Review: The real villain in ‘Money Monster’ is capitalism Special

‘Money Monster’ is a fairly transparent social commentary directed by Jodie Foster that is boosted by an excellent cast.

Review: This week’s releases reach into recent history for inspiration Special

This week’s releases include this year’s early favourite for best superhero movie; another babysitter under threat; new releases related to beloved movies; and an early depiction of body horror.

Review: Hot Docs finds happiness in less than 60 minutes Special

In these polar opposite Hot Docs selections, “The Pursuit of Happiness” can be summed up for its subjects in less than an hour.

Review: Hot Docs makes ‘em laugh Special

Hot Docs lightens the mood with a couple of comedic selections in its “Special Presentations” section, featuring innovators from the screen and stage.

Review: There’s no two films alike in Hot Docs’ World Showcase Special

Hot Docs’ “World Showcase” includes a variety of selections that provide a glimpse of significant and/or interesting events from around the world.

Review: ‘Captain America: Civil War’ delivers on the big things Special

‘Captain America: Civil War’ does great with its more worrisome elements, but loses ground on generally reliable aspects of the franchise.

Review: Canada brings a woman’s perspective to Hot Docs Special

Two films in Hot Docs’ “Canadian Spectrum” explore women’s participation in war, past and present, voluntary and involuntary.

Review: New on DVD for May 3 Special

This week’s releases include an Oscar winner with a lot of depth; a teen fiction sci-fi picture that’s sure to see a sequel; a steelbook anniversary edition of a classic; and an entertaining take on the tomb raider narrative.

Review: ‘Green Room’ is the antithesis of calm Special

‘Green Room’ is a thriller that captivates audiences with relentless intensity as a punk band must fight for their lives against a group skinheads.

Review: Hot Docs provides new perspectives on familiar subjects Special

Werner Herzog returns to Hot Docs with a 10-part reflection on the internet, which will screen next to the latest explorations of scientology and abortion law in the U.S.

Review: Control is a major theme at Hot Docs 2016 Special

“Command + Control” is an intriguing programme at Hot Docs that includes in-depth investigations, which explore the effects of various forms of domination.

Review: New on DVD for April 26 Special

This week’s releases include an unexpected performance by Richard Gere; a new horror movie to add to the Christmas watch list; the return of the “brothers-in-law”; and a slasher movie send-up.

Review: ‘The Huntsman: Winter’s War’ leaves audiences out in the cold Special

‘The Huntsman: Winter’s War’ is a dreary sequel, which ironically matches its villain’s lack of passion as it goes through the motions of telling a mediocre story.

Review: ‘The Jungle Book’ is a remake with stunning purpose Special

This live-action version of ‘The Jungle Book’ is a stunning adaptation that captures audience’s imaginations with a compelling story and engaging, albeit mostly CG, characters.

Review: New on DVD for April 12 Special

This week’s releases include the uncut versions of well-known tales; the third film in a martial arts saga; and a stylish take on a classic horror story.

Review: ‘Midnight Special’ is a unique tale of knowing and not knowing Special

‘Midnight Special’ chronicles the last leg of a boy’s journey as everyone tries to decide if he’s their son, saviour or destroyer.

Review: Documentary explores Rubik’s Cube in ’20 Moves’ Special

The Canadian Film Fest brings audiences the story behind the ever-addictive Rubik’s Cube in the amusing documentary, ’20 Moves.’

Review: New on DVD for March 29 Special

This week’s releases include a couple of series with intriguing premises; the end to a dystopian saga; Quentin Tarantino’s latest venture; a meaningful biopic; and eye candy for adrenaline junkies.

Review: ‘Batman v Superman’ is flawed in the most predictable ways Special

‘Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice’ brings one of the most anticipated superhero vs. superhero battles to the big screen – eventually – in a flawed but sufficiently entertaining popcorn movie.

Review: New on DVD for March 22 Special

This week’s releases include a couple of excellent TV series; a loyal adaptation of a childhood favourite; a comedy that exceeds expectations of hilariousness; and an Oscar winner’s feature follow-up.

Review: ‘The Divergent Series’ sacrifices ‘Allegiant’ for the big picture Special

‘The Divergent Series: Allegiant’ lays the foundation for the franchise’s concluding chapter, comparably making it the weakest film in the group thus far.

Review: New on DVD for March 15 Special

This week’s releases include an Oscar-winning film with purpose; several one-man armies; a story of devotion and despair; and a well-crafted murder mystery.

Review: ‘10 Cloverfield Lane’ harbours many secrets under the surface Special

‘10 Cloverfield Lane’ isn’t your typical sequel and it’s the better for it as the tension in a bomb shelter begins to make the external threat seem tolerable.
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