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Sarah Gopaul

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



Review: ‘Portrait of a Lady on Fire’ is a love story for the ages Special

‘Portrait of a Lady on Fire’ is an impressive picture about two women who fall in love under difficult circumstances, capturing their passion in stirring art.

Review: ‘Downhill’ doesn’t get a high score from the judges Special

‘Downhill’ is unfortunately not the comedy fans are likely hoping for, while also falling short of its subtitled predecessor.

Review: Everyone has their own agenda in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include an Oscar-winning racing drama; a bizarre comedy about suburbia; an engaging new dance movie; a noir thriller; a dejecting story about a mother and son; and the preferred cut of a Canadian horror picture.

Review: ‘The Assistant’ bears everything that brought about the MeToo era Special

‘The Assistant’ is a real-life horror docudrama portraying a young woman made to feel helpless to stop the daily abuses of power she witnesses.

Review: ‘Birds of Prey’ knocks it out of the park Special

‘Birds of Prey’ is DC’s answer to Deadpool as Harley Quinn makes a statement by bringing her brand of over-the-top mayhem to the screen.

Review: This week’s releases try to keep the horror at bay Special

This week’s releases include a return to a haunted hotel; a dark portrayal of colonial Australia; a persistent fox; a scheme that doesn’t go as planned; firefighters put to the test; and tales of love and redemption.

Review: ‘The Gentlemen’ elevates the criminal element Special

‘The Gentlemen’ is Guy Ritchie’s long-awaited return to the gangster genre, putting an all-star cast at the centre of one of his interconnected capers.

Review: Courage is needed in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a skilled film noir throwback; a sequel that redeems a franchise; a follow-up with everyone’s favourite survivors; a bachelor party that goes off the rails; a legendary woman’s biopic; and lesser-known true stories.

Review: Laughter comes in many flavours in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a movie made with love for fans; an animated tale about urbanization and people’s inability to maintain any chill; a fantastical story about demons, spirits and their watchers; and the last chapter of an ambitious prequel.

Review: ‘Bad Boys for Life’ haven’t lost their touch Special

Will Smith and Martin Lawrence reunite for ‘Bad Boys for Life,’ in which the duo’s commitment to the badge and each other is tested.

Review: ‘Dolittle’ is fluent in dog and fun Special

‘Dolittle’ is a change of pace for Robert Downey, Jr. as he plays a doctor who can speak to animals and must emerge from seclusion to complete a vital mission.

Review: This week’s releases cannot escape the hands of time Special

This week’s releases include a fairy tale expanded; an absurd zombie outbreak; an action movie that calls for double-duty; a request that sounds easier than it is; a seemingly impossible adaptation; and a classic comedy trilogy.

Review: ‘1917’ puts audiences on the battlefield Special

‘1917’ is a WWI drama in which the lives of more than 1000 men rely on two soldiers who must cross enemy lines to deliver a message that will prevent their imminent deaths.

Review: ‘Underwater’ responds well to pressure Special

‘Underwater’ is a sci-fi horror picture that unfolds in the all-encompassing darkness of the ocean floor where a stranded drill crew must not only survive the elements, but whatever unseen creatures are stalking them.

Review: This week’s releases include people with nowhere to go Special

This week’s releases include life after murder; an uncanny depiction of isolation; a man who can’t “hang in there” any longer; a standoff between two trapped men; a gift horse that’ll tear you to shreds; and a dirty job someone has to do.

Review: ‘Twin Peaks: From Z to A’ is the ultimate mystery collection Special

‘Twin Peaks: From Z to A’ is the definitive franchise collection in limited collectible packaging, containing every narrative and bonus feature to-date.

Review: This week’s releases finds love in many forms Special

This week’s releases include an intimate portrait of an aging starlet; a post-apocalyptic survival narrative; a soldier whose lost his way; a pair of lost souls; a tale of redemption; and a classic sci-fi action movie.

Review: Monsters are in everyone’s backyard in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include an unlikely, interspecies friendship; a science fiction drama that gets lost in its environment; a lesser known holiday tradition; a reluctant warrior’s final stand; and a conventional monster from an unconventional writer

Review: Ambition has mixed consequences in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include the economic crash from a different perspective; a director’s extended cut; a reimagining of history; the concluding chapter of a horrific narrative; two interesting collections; and a few complete series.

Review: Surviving is half the battle in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a true marriage from hell; the last chapter in an epic saga; an unintentional theft; an historical account of a family torn apart by war; a turtle adventure; a tale of unwavering loyalty.
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