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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: ‘Hellboy’ gives new meaning to ‘big red’ Special

The latest ‘Hellboy’ takes a different approach to the narrative that fans of the original may not enjoy as much, but it stands on its own fairly well.

Review: This week’s releases break the rules Special

This week’s releases include a real-life prison break; a trilogy’s long-awaited finale; a globetrotting heist movie; an appealing story about the future of technology; and a couple of horror movies that miss the mark for one reason or another.

Review: ‘Missing Link’ tells an amusing story with stunning artistry Special

‘Missing Link’ is another epic, Laika stop-motion picture that presumes the Bigfoot is actually an educated creature in search of friendship.

Review: The men in this week’s releases try to make it right Special

This week’s releases include art inspired by trauma; the latest chapter in troubled man’s life; a true story that makes crime almost palatable; a crossover event for the ages; and the movie that brought a director to the world.

Review: ‘Shazam’ is lightning in a bottle Special

‘Shazam’ isn’t as flashy as its DC counterparts, but it brings a lot of heart and laughter to the screen as a superhero movie suitable for the whole family.

Review: Courage is only one part of the equation in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include enhanced versions of world-expanding animated films; an honest portrayal of bullying; a strange of reluctant bravery; a surprising resurrection of a franchise’s heart; and a drunk pilot who thinks he’s immortal.

Review: ‘Giant Little Ones’ wonders what it’s like to love without labels Special

‘Giant Little Ones’ is an intelligent exploration of teenage sexuality and the added complexity of having to apply labels to any experience.

Review: This week’s releases show some things never change Special

This week’s releases include the anniversary of a grim but exaggerated horror tale; the special release of a madcap Beatlemania adventure; a DC success; a true story that could use some help; and JLo doing her on-screen thing again.

Review: Us scares audiences with a piercing reflection Special

Jordan Peele’s Us is even more frightening than his last outing as he delivers a genuine horror movie filled with suspense and monsters.

Review: ‘The Aftermath’ discovers a fine line between love and hate Special

‘The Aftermath’ is a period romance that unfolds in 1946 Germany under a dark cloud of grief and resentment as everyone tries to rebuild after the war.

Review: This week’s releases offer unflinching reality or great escapism Special

This week’s releases include the best animated movie of the year; a nature doc that’s both harsh and heartwarming; a movie that’s thankfully a sequel and not a remake; the final season of a popular character; and an inappropriately hilarious comedy.

Review: ‘Gloria Bell’ is the person she desires to be, no exceptions Special

‘Gloria Bell’ delivers a genuine and inspiring portrayal of a realistic, middle-aged woman whose life is both as ordinary and extraordinary as she chooses.

Review: This week’s releases take matters into their own hands Special

This week’s releases include the filler chapter of a five-part series; a sequel pulling double duty; a touching comedy; a version of female empowerment; a faithful adaptation; and a couple of different takes on successful thrillers.

Review: ‘Captain Marvel’ is a galactic force to be reckoned with Special

‘Captain Marvel’ takes audiences back to where it all started by introducing to them to an unstoppable superhero who was trying to save the world before she ever left it.

Review: This week’s releases don’t like what they find behind the curtain Special

This week’s releases include a couple of Oscar winners; an unconventional story about addiction; a slow burning drama; a comedic look at parenthood; the best use of a stark location; and a disturbing road trip movie.

Review: ‘Greta’ isn’t averse to going off the rails Special

‘Greta’ takes an unexpectedly campy approach to the stalker narrative as a young woman finds out breaking up is hard to do even when romance isn’t involved.

Review: Fans invited to play Captain Marvel scavenger hunt for fun prizes Special

You can become an honorary member of Captain Marvel’s team if you complete your mission: finish the scavenger hunt before time runs out.

Review: This week’s releases go where no one has gone before Special

This week’s releases include old and new animated friends; a harrowing tale of women rulers; a dark remake; an extended snapshot of life; a very pink collection; and a movie that depicts where it all started.

Review: ‘Never Look Away’ finds inspiration in all of life’s experiences Special

‘Never Look Away’ is a poignant film that follows a young artist as he comes to terms with the war that destroyed his family and will eventually inspire his greatest work.

Review: ‘How to Train Your Dragon 3’ knows what it has to do Special

‘How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World’ is the last big screen adventure between Hiccup and Toothless the unexpected leaders must do what’s necessary to save their clans.
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