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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.

Review: ‘Ramen Heads’ takes soup to a new level at Hot Docs Special

Foodies can add “slurpability” to their vocabularies after watching the world premiere of the Japanese documentary ‘Ramen Heads’ at Hot Docs.

Review: Hot Docs pay tribute to director & servers everywhere with ‘Dish’ Special

The enlightening 2010 documentary, ‘Dish — Women, Waitressing & the Art of Service’, is screening in a tribute to Canadian filmmaker Maya Gallus at Hot Docs.

United cuts overbooking, hikes compensation after passenger fiasco

Chicago - United Airlines on Thursday announced it will offer bumped passengers up to $10,000 in compensation and reduce overbooking following the dragging incident on board one of its flights that caused worldwide outrage.

Review: New on DVD for April 25 Special

This week’s releases include a trilogy that cemented a career; an innovative take on the zombie movie; a delightful throwback to the classic musical; and an attempt to make mining interesting.

Review: There’s added meaning in many of this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include unacknowledged inspiration; a despicable business plan; a thriller with the most unexpected ending; a classic horror anthology; an Oscar nominee; and a dystopian fiction with real ramifications.

Review: ‘The Fate of the Furious’ is difficult to predict after this film Special

‘The Fate of the Furious’ is the eighth film in the franchise, but will be ranked amongst the lesser enjoyable movies in the series.

Review: ‘Maudie’ paints a complex but fulfilling picture Special

‘Maudie’ features exceptional performances by Sally Hawkins and Ethan Hawke in this moving story of a real-life artist with small-town charm.

Review: Evil comes in many forms in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a touching true story; an enthralling Chinese martial arts epic; a classic and entertaining double feature; and a new chapter from the tech trenches.

Review: ‘Going in Style’ has considerable flair Special

‘Going in Style’ is a highly enjoyable comedy featuring three awesomely talented actors benefitting from years of experience.

Review: ‘Gifted’ has a touching and undeniable authenticity Special

‘Gifted’ is the story of a bunch of adults fighting over what’s best for a young girl without ever considering what she needs to thrive.

Review: Art records and imitates life in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a beautiful celebration of cinema; an epic addition to a legendary franchise; a night of workplace inhibition; complete collections of a couple of female-led TV dramas; and a documentary about documentaries.

Review: ‘Harry Potter’ 4K puts viewers at the centre of a magical rivalry Special

The final four ‘Harry Potter’ films are now available in 4K and the wizards-in-trainings’ journey is even more magical in ultra-high-definition.

Review: ‘The Zookeeper’s Wife’ puts humanity at the forefront of war Special

‘The Zookeeper’s Wife’ is a WWII narrative that focuses on a female perspective of the war and the sacrifices they made in fighting back.

Review: Reality and imagination collide in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include captivating images that inspire wonder and sympathy; the latest antics of a discredited spy organization; and the continued adventures in a wonderful world of magic.

Review: Nothing looks as good as ‘Planet Earth II’ in 4K Special

The 4K release of ‘Planet Earth II’ delivers astonishing nature footage that amazingly exceeds its predecessor in mind-blowing beauty.
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