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Sarah Gopaul

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

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Review: This week’s releases understand their respective genres Special

This week’s releases include a new sci-fi TV series; an action movie starring a famous hero; a Swedish take on the American splatter horror movie; and a movie that was preceded by its soundtrack.

Review: ‘Rough Night’ not so rough for audiences Special

The new R-rated comedy ‘Rough Night’ makes its way into the male-dominated genre with a terrific cast and dead stripper.

Review: People are trying to find their way in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include the next chapter in an assassin’s tale; a love story with global implications; a new season of animated satire; and a few titles from our recent pasts.

‘Wonder’ trailer has a lot of heart Special

The ‘Wonder’ trailer makes viewers feel all the feels as it summarizes the story of a boy with facial differences going to school for the first time.

‘The Big Sick’ trailer isn’t promoting a typical rom-com Special

‘The Big Sick’ is a romantic comedy that takes a different approach to the ups and downs of a budding relationship by taking one-half of the potential partnership out of the equation.

‘Battle of the Sexes’ trailer recreates competitive energy Special

Emma Stone and Steve Carell are the spitting image of their real-life counterparts in the ‘Battle of the Sexes’ trailer.

Review: ‘It Comes at Night’ is haunting because it’s probable Special

‘It Comes at Night’ is a genuine but disturbing depiction of desperation and survival instincts to which everyone can relate.

Review: ‘The Mummy’ needs its priorities reordered Special

‘The Mummy’ fails to remember who the story’s star is and consequently allows the most interesting part of the movie to be sidelined.

Review: This week’s releases include several tests of character Special

This week’s releases include the return of a couple of Disney classics; a fascinating drama with an unusual setting; a potential preview to an upcoming blockbuster; and a few takes on the cops vs. robbers theme.

Review: ‘Captain Underpants’ wears a cape of silliness Special

‘Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie’ is a fun picture that lets kids’ imaginations run wild with possibilities… and occasional toilet humour.

Review: ‘Wonder Woman’ is unstoppable Special

‘Wonder Woman’ is the empowering origin story of the world’s first female superhero, who emerges to save humanity from itself.

Review: This week’s releases rehash the past Special

This week’s releases include a couple of old musicals; a superhero movie like no other; an infinite second chance; and the origin of modern crime fighting.

Review: ‘Dead Men Tell No Tales’ except for familiar ones Special

'Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales’ boasts a fantastic villain portrayed by Javiar Bardem, but is otherwise par for the course.

‘The Breadwinner’ trailer paints an empowering hand-drawn story Special

‘The Breadwinner’ is a breathtaking animated film that relates the story of a young Afghan girl determined to reunite her family.

Everyone’s just trying to survive in ‘The Gifted’ trailer Special

Fox’s trailer for its new TV series, ‘The Gifted’, shows a lot of promise as The X-Men universe returns to the small screen this fall.

Review: Threats abound in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include the still reigning best thriller of the year; a moving stop-motion animation; a race against the clock; a furry hero’s latest adventure; and the re-release of a classic anime.

Review: ‘Alien: Covenant’ gets closer to the truth Special

‘Alien: Covenant’ is everything ‘Prometheus’ wasn’t and more as the film further explores the origins of the formidable xenomorph.

Review: Can’t save what’s already lost in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a couple of Bruce Lee classics; the end of an era; a furry uprising; a throwback horror movie; and an action return.

Review: ‘Hounds of Love’ is made for the amateur criminal profiler Special

‘Hounds of Love’ is a fact-based Australian serial killer movie, featuring unnervingly convincing performances that allow audiences to imagine the worst.

Review: ‘Snatched’ doesn’t know how good it could have had it Special

Goldie Hawn and Amy Schumer are great together in ‘Snatched,’ but the film is sadly forgettable and fails to live up to their awesomeness.
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