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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: Murder isn’t the only or even worst crime in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a modern-day tale of veiled corruption; a deliberate and moving story of cunning entrepreneurship; an adorable feature-length adventure with stackable pals; and a horror movie that hits close to home.

Review: This week’s releases face questions of morality Special

This week’s releases include an entertainingly eye-opening political comedy; a zombie movie with something new to say; a couple of high-def indulgences in violence and gore; and a collection of some of Universal’s best horror pictures.

Review: This week’s releases are about righting one’s mistakes Special

This week’s releases include a new take on a childhood favourite; an aimless man forced to mature; a classic horror anthology; and a movie that started a cinematic movement.

Review: ‘Mulan’ becomes the master of her destiny, but can’t fight free Special

The live-action version of ‘Mulan’ improves on the story in some ways, but falls short in presenting a masterful, wire-fu epic.

Review: ‘Survival Skills’ shows ethics are sometimes secondary Special

‘Survival Skills’ is a satirical critique of police training in the form of an old-fashioned education VHS tape that goes off the rails.

Review: ‘The Mortuary Collection’ makes funeral homes even creepier Special

‘The Mortuary Collection’ is a compilation of horror shorts that get better with each story and are tied together by an equally uncanny conversation in a funeral home.

Review: ‘Clapboard Jungle’ goes deep behind the scenes of moviemaking Special

‘Clapboard Jungle’ is an intimate depiction of life as an independent filmmaker paired with an endless amount of advice on how to get to the next rung of the ladder.

Review: ‘Crazy Samurai Musashi’ doesn’t go mad enough Special

‘Crazy Samurai Musashi’ is the story of one warrior who takes on hundreds of samurai in a remote area of Japan in the 17th century.

Review: ‘Hail to the Deadites’ doesn’t cast a wide enough net Special

‘Hail to the Deadites’ is a documentary that looks at the dedicated fandom that exists around the ‘Evil Dead’ franchise.

Review: ‘Bill & Ted Face the Music’ is excellent to each viewer Special

‘Bill & Ted Face the Music’ is an amusing venture into the future of the enthusiastic duo, while their daughters travel to the past for musical inspiration.

Review: ‘Tenet’ is a time-bending thriller that keeps you in the loop Special

‘Tenet’ isn’t exactly Christopher Nolan’s most intricate narrative, but it still delivers an intense, action-packed, big-screen experience with some impressive intersections.

Review: The unexplained inspires fear and hope in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include an edgier superhero; a docuseries exploring tragedy and coincidence; a modern-day art film; the dysfunctional makings of a hero-adjacent career; and a historic portrait of Americana.

Review: This week’s releases are about choices and their consequences Special

This week’s releases include a musical that rides its successful soundtrack; an unusually unique series; a new take on a classic narrative; and a trio of Oscar-nominated Hungarian pictures.

Review: Death is not the end of the story in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include an intimate portrait of a teen girl’s complicated life; a CIA agent’s latest, global adventure; an animated romance about an inseparable couple; a miniseries steeped in suspicion; and a bizarre film about fleeting death.

Review: Genre films dominate this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a new superhero that inspires hope; an adaptation that blends genres; a series brings together some cinema’s biggest names; and a horror movie that finds multiple ways to scare audiences.

Review: Time changes everything in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include something new from a nimble actor; a reboot that stays close to its roots; a famous entertainer’s dark but heroic beginning; and an exploration of a divisive film.

Review: This week’s releases reach into the archives Special

This week’s releases include a supernatural take on a contemporary issue; a trend-setting teen comedy’s milestone anniversary; a couple of high-def upgrades; a cat-and-mouse thriller; and a vampire with effective helpers.

Review: This week’s releases explore the unknown Special

This week’s releases include a colourful new chapter with a more varied soundtrack; an examination of human and supernatural evil; a classic musical; and a well-executed foray into the slasher genre.

Review: This week’s releases find ways through the impossible Special

This week’s releases include an anniversary steelbook; a multi-faceted, exceptional horror comedy; the latest season of a show not afraid of tackling contentious issues; and a collection of unethical science experiments.

Review: A variety of classics get new life in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include anniversary editions of several classics; the last chapter in an epic journey; a horror revival that hits all the right nerves; a new anthology horror series; and short films that expand an already vast universe.
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