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Sarah Gopaul

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

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Review: ‘I Am Not Your Negro’ exemplifies activist James Baldwin’s work Special

Samuel L. Jackson narrates ‘I Am Not Your Negro’, which transfers civil rights activist James Baldwin’s poignant words to a moving, incendiary documentary by Raoul Peck.

Review: Comedian Jordan Peele’s ‘Get Out’ may be year’s best horror movie Special

‘Get Out’ is a jarring, realistic horror picture that uses the anxieties of interracial couples to create a film that’s like nothing else and will be hard to top even though 2017 is just getting started.

Review: ‘The Girl with All the Gifts’ finds new way to tell tired story Special

‘The Girl with All the Gifts’ is a unique take on the zombie narrative that sets a coming-of-age story at a pivotal moment that will decide humanity’s fate.

Review: New on DVD for February 21 Special

This week’s releases include a more faithful rendition of a classic fairy tale; an once-in-a-lifetime display of bravery; an unsettling murder-mystery with broader consequences; and a biker gang that discovers the rather simple secret to eternal life.

Review: The enemy is inside ‘The Great Wall’ Special

‘The Great Wall’ is a Chinese-American co-production that fails to successfully combine the two distinct storytelling styles.

Review: ‘A Cure for Wellness’ has gothic style that’s stretched for hours Special

‘A Cure for Wellness’ is a contemporary gothic mystery that confines its characters to a remote location, where help is both offered and unobtainable.

Review: Women and veterans are hot topics in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include true depictions of the consequences of war; female empowerment done the right way and wrong way; a technological revolution; and a realistic depiction of an alien encounter.

Review: ‘John Wick: Chapter 2’ goes bigger and gets better Special

‘John Wick: Chapter 2’ marks the reluctant return of an unstoppable killer who discovers his retirement from being a badass no longer has everyone’s support.

Review: ‘Paterson’ is a subtle meditation on life’s brilliance Special

Jim Jarmusch’s ‘Paterson’ is a restrained reflection on life via a poet who finds inspiration in even the most rigid routine.

Toronto cinema creates free series in response to U.S. travel ban

Toronto’s Hot Docs Cinema has created a new, free film program in solidarity with the seven countries affected by the U.S. travel ban.

Review: Love & family are interpreted differently in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include an intense romance; families struggling with the day-to-day; the start of a prolific career; a great film made even better by 4K; and a few great series in their entireties.

Review: ‘The Salesman’ discovers justice can have its own consequences Special

‘The Salesman’ is Iran’s 2017 Oscar-nominated foreign language film about a couple that faces the ultimate test of loyalty and forgiveness after an unprovoked assault.

Review: ‘The Space Between Us’ fills with love, laughter & predictability Special

‘The Space Between Us’ depicts a sweet, young romance between the only human Martian and an Earthling whose first meeting takes them on a formulaic adventure.

Review: Limits are meant to be tested in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include several cult classics; an inspiring story of rising above expectations; the second chapter of taking care of business off the field; and an animated movie that strived to achieve more than the one before it.

Review: ‘Gold’ is filled with riches and rocks Special

‘Gold’ doesn’t require much mining to discover excellent performances from Matthew McConaughey and Edgar Ramirez, portraying two equal but different business partners finally striking it rich.

Review: ‘The Red Turtle’ accomplishes so much with such a simple approach Special

Oscar-nominated ‘The Red Turtle’ tells the enchanting story of an improbable, loving family and earns Studio Ghibli its sixth nod for best animated feature.

Review: This week’s releases throw expectations out the window Special

This week’s releases include very different takes on the Western; a romance that hits profoundly hard times; a below-the-radar animated feature; an attractive new release of a horror staple; and an even greater package for an artist’s triumph.

Review: ‘Split’ is an invigorating thriller that restores Shyamalan’s rep Special

‘Split’ is M. Night Shyamalan’s latest picture, which returns to his low-budget roots and is even more enhanced by the completely unexpected twist at the end.

Review: ‘The Founder’ exposes callous heart at beloved franchise’s centre Special

‘The Founder’ is the captivating and controversial origin story of the world’s most visited fast food restaurant, McDonald’s, in which Michael Keaton unsurprisingly excels as a ruthless man with big dreams.

‘A Skyjacker’s Tale’ director mirrors own uncertainty on screen Special

We had a chance to talk to award-winning director Jamie Kastner about his latest documentary, ‘A Skyjacker’s Tale,’ which chronicles a significant miscarriage of justice but leaves audiences to decide against who.
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