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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: ‘Frozen II’ sets Elsa’s origin story to music Special

‘Frozen II’ is the musical sequel to the highly successful Disney animation in which the sisters embark on a new journey to learn about their past and reclaim their future.

Review: ‘Knives Out’ keeps the mystery alive with a classic whodunit Special

‘Knives Out’ is a murder mystery with an all-star cast of suspects who all had reason to kill their family’s patriarch… but did he have reason to kill himself?

Review: ‘The Good Liar’ is a tricky film that doesn’t always fool viewers Special

‘The Good Liar’ is a thriller in which a conman believes he’s found a retirement score, but she’s going to make him work for it.

Review: Many bad choices unknowingly made in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a cross-water trip gone terribly wrong; an unexpected action team-up; a presidential assassination; a woman who takes time to rediscover herself; a marriage off to a rocky start; and a Christmas turned monstrous.

Review: Teamwork is key in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a legendary duo’s catalogue; the new adventures of a young explorer; a fresh take on an exorcism story; an excellent adaptation of an acclaimed novel; and a woman with nothing left to lose.

Review: Journeys evolve unexpectedly in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a common enemy that unites two armies; a trio of friends on an important and outrageous mission; a questionable tradition; another chapter in space diplomacy; and a young man who realizes a seemingly impossible dream.

Review: 'Night of the Living Dead VR' is a must-experience for fans Special

The “Night of the Living Dead VR” experience provides fans the opportunity to visit the classic film set, explore its contents, take out zombies and do a little learning.

Review: ‘Doctor Sleep’ shines bright in a world of scary ghouls Special

‘Doctor Sleep’ is a purposeful follow-up to ‘The Shining’ in which a grown Danny must help an even more powerful teenager stand against a gang of soul-feeders.

Review: ‘Terminator: Dark Fate’ redeems and renews the franchise Special

‘Terminator: Dark Fate’ goes back to the beginning, as the heroes must save the future’s next saviour from an elite assassin machine.

Review: Knowing how it will end doesn’t tarnish this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a dog’s take on life; a franchise extension; women taking Hell’s Kitchen by storm; a different approach to the horror anthology; a special celebration of a great animated series; and the truth behind a disaster.

Review: A little conflict is the push they need in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a holiday classic restored; a CGI wonder; a gripping thriller; a new fantasy romance adaptation; a manmade menace; an international buddy cop comedy; and an anniversary refresh.

Review: Endangering others is part of the gig in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a new mysterious chapter; a very contemporary comedy; a classic with a high-def upgrade; a very happy anniversary; and a couple series that got the ball rolling.

Review: ‘Zombieland — Double Tap' nuts up for the sequel Special

‘Zombieland: Double Tap’ keeps the fun and its beloved characters alive with this follow-up to the highly entertaining zombie comedy.

Review: There are plenty of things to fear in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a new reason to be afraid of the water and floods; the latest chapter ofin a criminal family’s legacy; a collection of top-notch animated shorts; a boy born to evil; a zombie musical; and the freedom to speak the truth.

Review: This week’s releases centre on new beginnings with mixed results Special

This week’s releases include a director’s sophomore horror picture that exceeds his breakout debut; a redeeming third season; another scary sequel; new toy misadventures; a short-lived comedy series; and a movie that deliberately skews reality.

Review: Try as they might, this week’s releases can’t escape the truth Special

This week’s releases include the latest adventures of the web-slinging hero; a John Waters classic; a few horror staples; a new dark fairy tale series; some great double features; a Charlie Chaplin masterpiece; and a true crime drama.

Review: ‘Abominable’ is the animated adventure of a lifetime Special

‘Abominable’ is the heart-warming tale of a trio of kids who discover the world beyond their familiar streets while trying to help a rare animal get back home to its family on the highest peak on Earth.

Review: The bad guys get organized in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a Russian spy trying to regain control; a world in which a historical band never existed; a documentary about another famous performer; reboots of a couple of classic franchises; and the latest chapter in a search for power.

Review: ‘Ad Astra’ doesn’t have the right stuff Special

‘Ad Astra’ takes the action into space when a potentially maniacal astronaut threatens to destroy the universe and his son is recruited to stop him.

Review: Women are at the heart of this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a failed attempt to adapt a great storyline; a classic sleeper children’s horror fantasy; an intimate portrait of a young wife; amateur teenage detectives looking for the truth between rumours; and a knockout performance.
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