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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

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Review: ‘The House that Jack Built’ is purposely divisive & provocative Special

‘The House that Jack Built’ is Lars Von Trier’s latest picture to either stimulate or insult audiences, depending on the viewer’s sensibilities.

Review: ‘The Quake’ combines predictability with some added intensity Special

‘The Quake’ is a follow-up to the 2016 Norwegian disaster movie, in which the original whistleblower is once again sounding an alarm that falls on deaf ears.

Review: ‘Mortal Engines’ steamrolls audiences with its banality Special

‘Mortal Engines’ squanders away its potential by getting caught up in the minutiae of a story that would’ve played better without the trivial details.

Review: ‘Mary Queen of Scots’ deserves royal assent Special

‘Mary Queen of Scots’ is the inspiring and bitter story of a queen never fully respected by her country and, consequently, destined to lose everything.

Review: ‘Once Upon a Deadpool’ is a fun but fleeting experiment Special

‘Once Upon a Deadpool’ washes the Merc’s mouth out with soap to present a cleaner, family-friendly version of the movie… and kidnap Fred Savage.

Review: Evil is where you least expect it in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a sequel that surpasses the original; a failed opportunity; an unlikely cult favourite; a movie with a fresh premise; a high-def, high-intensity film collection; and another version of a true story.

Review: This week’s releases make some unlikely combinations Special

This week’s releases include the second season of a formidable series; a holiday horror anthology; a racy comedy; an unfeasible operation; and a sci-fi terror tale.

Review: ‘Suspiria’ is defiant, but its efforts may be misplaced Special

‘Suspiria’ is a reimagining rather than a remake of its predecessor of the same name, which is accurate but may have been more effective at a shorter runtime.

Review: This week’s releases are breaking the rules Special

This week’s releases include an innovative style of filmmaking; a prequel that surpasses its predecessor; a couple of bold auteur statements; a heavy metal journey; an animated, romantic sci-fi; and a compelling true story.

Review: ‘Green Book’ is swelling with kindness and humour Special

‘Green Book’ is a feel-good picture that delivers wholehearted laughs as two men find their differences are what make them better companions for each other.

Review: ‘Ralph Breaks the Internet’ has fun with our virtual vices Special

‘Ralph Breaks the Internet’ is an epic, animated adventure that’s heartfelt, relatable and, more importantly, a lot of fun.

Review: ‘Creed II’ takes what worked and rejigs it for a dual sequel Special

‘Creed II’ is a great ‘Rocky’ sequel fans didn’t know they wanted, even if they know exactly how it’s going to play out.

Review: This week’s releases are full of surprises Special

This week’s releases include a couple of classic horror movies; an unexpected personal revelation; a complex period drama that earns its lengthiness; a surprising comedy series; and a worthwhile rom-com.

Review: ‘Widows’ is an electrifying narrative grounded in the real world Special

‘Widows’ is a thrilling movie that gains audience’s support by depicting genuine heroines preparing to take extreme measures to regain control of their lives.

Review: ‘Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald’ rambles onward Special

‘Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald’ is a bridge between the first film and the upcoming ones, though its foundation is a little shaky.

Review: Reality and fantasy are major players in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include several troubling true stories; animated masterminds; a shark that chews the scenery; a childhood favourite revitalized; and re-mastered action hits.

Review: ‘Boy Erased’ only has to tell its story to be affecting Special

‘Boy Erased’ tells the true and demoralizing story of a young man who submits to familial pressure and agrees to enrol in a conversion therapy program.

Review: ‘The Grinch’ appreciates and builds up from its roots Special

‘The Grinch’ delivers an update to Dr. Seuss’ classic tale by embracing the spirit of the original and adding a couple of new elements to freshen it up.

Review: Improvisation & ingenuity gets them through this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a horror movie based in reality; a movie that could’ve been politically charged; a rare action anthology; a unique Western; and a comedy that stands up 70 years after its initial release.

Review: ‘The Nutcracker and the Four Realms’ is a candy-coated venture Special

‘The Nutcracker and the Four Realms’ is an update to the holiday classic that turns the dance musical into a sword-wielding adventure.
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