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Review: ‘Drunk Stoned Brilliant Dead’ is true to National Lampoon Special

‘Drunk Stoned Brilliant Dead: The Story of the National Lampoon’ is the unabashed chronicle of the controversial magazine’s even more controversial existence.

Review: ‘The Walk’ is no average stroll down memory lane Special

‘The Walk’ is the striking retelling of Philippe Petit’s awe-inspiring high-wire walk in the ‘70s, which also pays tribute to the influence of the World Trade Center towers.

Review: Reaching into the past for this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a noteworthy anniversary; an eccentric Asian crime drama; a reunion with all the right stuff; a different take on the rape-revenge narrative; and a lot of TV.

Review: ‘Mississippi Grind’ follows friends to the bottom of the barrel Special

‘Mississippi Grind’ is a brief but captivating encounter with a career gambler who finds a friend in a younger carefree man willing to go along for the ride.

Review: The Choetech Circle makes wireless charging simple for everybody

With the number of devices that support wireless charging quickly growing, there has never been a better time to start using the new technology. Choetech's circle charger is a good-looking, easy way to cut the cord from any Qi-compatible device.

Review: ‘The Stanford Prison Experiment’ is as accurate as it is alarming Special

‘The Stanford Prison Experiment’ is an accurate and unsettling re-enactment of the 1971 study that recreated a prison environment with student volunteers to alarming effect.

Review: TIFF 15 — 'Ninth Floor' exposes a blind spot in Canada’s history Special

‘Ninth Floor’ reveals the superficiality of Canada’s allegedly endless tolerance by recounting the Sir George Williams University riot of 1969.

Review: Music and monsters are taking over this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a couple of old school movies; a “pitching” sequel; a critically-acclaimed TV series; and a beloved adventure that never gets old.

Review: TIFF 2015: ‘Desierto’ skillfully employs the desert’s vastness Special

Directed by the co-writer of ‘Gravity,’ ‘Desierto’ creates an agoraphobic experience in which one man takes it upon himself to protect his country’s borders with lethal force.

Review: TIFF 2015 — ‘Equals’ portrays a future of first and only loves Special

‘Equals’ is a satisfying science fiction romance that utilizes its lead actors’ natural talents to portray a future in which emotions are forbidden.

Review: TIFF 2015 — ‘Dégradé’ portrays Gaza from a female point of view Special

‘Dégradé’ is an intense drama that unfolds within the confines of a Gaza hair salon while a police standoff outside threatens their already precarious safety.

TIFF 2015: Director and actor go with the flow in ‘River’ Special

Writer/director Jamie M. Dagg and actor Rossif Sutherland discuss the challenges of shooting in Laos while attending the TIFF world premiere of Dagg’s feature film debut, ‘River.’

Review: TIFF 2015: ‘The Mind’s Eye’ is a throwback made with love Special

Writer/director Joe Begos talks about the many inspirations of his sci-fi splatter movie, ‘The Mind’s Eye,’ which premiered in the Midnight Madness programme at TIFF.

Review: TIFF 2015: ‘Colonia’ is a battle of wills with no clear winners Special

A very determined Emma Watson infiltrates a strict Chilean cult to rescue her boyfriend in ‘Colonia,’ which premiered at TIFF.

Review: 'The Disaster Artist' — How an awful film became a brilliant book

Back in 2002, Greg Sestero was ready to give up on acting, after spending the last few years chasing his childhood dream; but then an old friend offers him one last throw of the dice. "Take it", Greg decides. "It's not like anyone's going to see this..."

Review: M. Night Shyamalan finally finds redemption with ‘The Visit’ Special

‘The Visit’ is M. Night Shyamalan’s latest picture and it’s surprisingly entertaining — something that hasn’t been said about the filmmaker's work in some time.

Review: This week’s newly released serial killers have differing motives Special

This week’s releases include a noir with a unique character; the inside scoop ‘Friday the 13th’ fans have been waiting for; some early, eccentric Wes Craven; and a cool take on the zombie.

Review: ‘Dragon Blade’ is unnecessarily dull at times Special

Jackie Chan, John Cusack and Adrien Brody go back to 50 B.C. and battle it out for control of the Silk Road in ‘Dragon Blade.’

Review: ‘A Walk in the Woods’ is about lively reflection Special

‘A Walk in the Woods’ stars Robert Redford and Nick Nolte as believable long-time friends who push their physical limits on one of the world’s longest trails.

Review: Problem-solving is key in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include one of the year’s best films; an bloody twist on the time-loop narrative; an entertaining new crime-solving TV series; and a new ‘Star Wars’ tale to whet your appetite.

Review: ‘The End of the Tour’ is a compelling journey Special

'The End of the Tour’ effectively recounts a few brutally honest days spent between a magazine writer and a reclusive author thrust into the spotlight.

Review: New on DVD for August 25 Special

This week’s releases include a few crime-solving TV series; a young hero with a daunting task; a fantastic musical noir; and the original horror spoof.

Review: ‘No Escape’ ensnares audiences with a gripping tale of fear Special

‘No Escape’ is an unnerving thriller about an American family trapped at the centre of a violent revolution in a foreign country.

Review: ‘Steve Jobs—The Man in the Machine’ penetrates below the surface Special

Director Alex Gibney’s ‘Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine’ removes the rose-coloured glasses to look at the rise of the Apple co-founder.

Review: ‘Mistress America’ wears its crown proudly Special

‘Mistress America’ is Noah Baumbach and Greta Gerwig’s latest collaboration, which achieves exceptional levels of witty discourse and complex relationships.

Review: ‘Fort Tilden’ is shameless in its humorous portrayal of ignorance Special

‘Fort Tilden’s unsympathetic portrayal of its protagonists produces an unfiltered and entertaining film about being directionless in New York.

Review: Genius and curiosity go unrewarded in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include Disney’s version of instant gratification; a new TV series from an Oscar-winning director; a couple of clandestine, small screen operations that risk exposure; and an inventive horror picture.

Review: ‘Final Girl’ values visual style over character development Special

‘Final Girl’ centres on a complete reversal of circumstances when a group of serial killers set their sights on the wrong victim.

Review: ‘Straight Outta Compton’ isn’t as controversial as the group was Special

‘Straight Outta Compton’ is an acceptable biopic chronicling the rise and fall of ‘80s rap group N.W.A., though it doesn’t delve too far beneath the surface.

Review: Robin Williams moves and inspires in his last role in ‘Boulevard’ Special

In Robin Williams’ last dramatic role, he portrays a closeted gay man who imprudently pursues a relationship with a younger prostitute in ‘Boulevard.’
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