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Sarah Gopaul

Editor-at-Large based in Toronto, ON, Canada. Joined on Jan 18, 2012
Expertise in Social media, Entertainment, Movies



Review: This week’s releases find the silver lining in loss Special

This week’s releases include one of last year’s best dramas; an impressively accurate biopic; an unconventional animated film; a step-up for the DC cinematic universe; and the next chapter in the LEGO ‘Star Wars’ saga.

Review: ‘A Wrinkle in Time’ gets somewhat lost in the folds Special

‘A Wrinkle in Time’ is an ambitious adaptation that wields an impressive cast and delightful imagery, but falls somewhat short in the storytelling department.

Review: ‘The Strangers: Prey at Night’ is a massacre instead of thriller Special

‘The Strangers: Prey at Night’ is a sequel to the 10-year-old home invasion picture, though it presents a very different tone and is less unsettling than its predecessor.

Review: Our past is our future in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a stunning series on Earth’s largest resource; a deserving Oscar nominee; an incredibly entertaining Marvel picture; and the anniversary edition of an extraordinary movie.

Op-Ed: Oscar post-mortem — You win a jet ski (Helen Mirren not included)

The 90th Academy Awards unfolded in a politically charged climate and everyone that took home an Oscar was also given the opportunity to say their piece without interruption.

Review: ‘Death Wish’ leaves the difficult questions to the professionals Special

Eli Roth’s ‘Death Wish’ remake starring Bruce Willis is less gritty than its predecessor, making it somewhat less reactionary and consequently more enjoyable.

Review: ‘Red Sparrow’ won’t be soaring on its laurels Special

‘Red Sparrow’ is a fascinating spy thriller starring Jennifer Lawrence as a reluctant but savvy secret agent, which unfortunately lingers in the minutiae a little too frequently.

Review: ‘The Party’ is a master class in acting Special

‘The Party’ is an exceptionally acted drama about a group of couples who unexpectedly confront their relationships’ shortcomings at what was supposed to be a friendly gathering.

Review: Some of the characters in this week’s releases broke the mould Special

This week’s releases include several Oscar nominees in anticipation of the weekend’s awards ceremony; an animated film that dares to be very different; a crime thriller that asks too much; and archival documentaries that still hold relevance.

Review: This week’s releases will stir audience’s emotions Special

This week’s releases include a comedy sequel that surprises with its quality; a summer adventure movie that is so much more; and several films that inspire because they’re true.

Review: ‘Early Man’ has fun with one of the world’s oldest sports Special

‘Early Man’ is a hilarious, prehistoric adventure that dates the “early man united” back to the Bronze Age in a movie that will tickle football fans.

Review: ‘Black Panther’ excels by not compromising Special

‘Black Panther’ is awe-inspiring in its commitment to not only bringing this character to the big screen, but ensuring it was done in a way that would build a demand for his return.

Review: The cursed seek salvation in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a TV not afraid to get down and dirty; a documentary highlighting a unique cultural experience; a feel-good drama that doesn’t try too hard; and a few re-releases that threaten to take all the attention.

Review: Mixed motives cause dilemmas in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a reimagined zombie classic; an adult cartoon that broke all the rules; a cop series dealing with real racial tensions; a time travel action thriller; and an assassin’s final job gets personal.

Review: ‘Fifty Shades Freed’ should’ve stayed bound and gagged Special

‘Fifty Shades Freed’ is the concluding chapter in the S&M trilogy, which proves even the lowest expectations can be thwarted.

Review: Escaping the cold with a first-time trip to Disney in your 30s Special

This writer just demonstrated you don’t have to be under a certain age to go to Disneyland for the first time – and have a blast.

Review: A friend in need is a friend indeed in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include the latest chapter in a man’s fight against darkness; a film very deserving of a high-def transfer; an unbelievable true story; a distinct portrayal of the emotional consequences of war; and extreme discipline run amok.

Review: Survival comes at a heavy cost in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a fresh, new chapter in a seemingly dead franchise; another unique and gripping narrative from a talented director; an authentic depiction of post-war trauma; and an entertainingly genuine approach to the American dream.

Review: ‘Hostiles’ weaves a complex story in an equally complex setting Special

‘Hostiles’ begins as a standard Western before taking audiences on a dangerous journey beyond which lies a lot of death and previously unthinkable understanding.

Review: Bad decisions lead to worse outcomes in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include the revival of sci-fi masterpiece; a new take on an endless day; an awkward situation of a man’s own making; a case of mistaken identity; and a twisted but amusing comedy.
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