An unpretentious no-frills look at the male ego and its struggles with stagnancy, Romanian director Paul Negoescu’s A Month in Thailand (screening this Wednesday at Double Double Land in Toronto in conjunction with MDFF) falls nicely in the same category as similarly minded North American filmmakers Noah Baumbach, Whit Stillman, and Lena Dunham.
Not only are we counting down the five best movies to see from this year's Canadian Music Week film selections, but we're also giving away tickets to see them on us! Check out this year's must sees (including a new Alex Gibney documentary, a look at Elliot Smith, the latest film with Michael Fassbender in a giant paper mache head, and more) and how to win tickets to each of the films we're showcasing!
Tween King Tommen Baratheon may be the "First of His Name" this week, but several characters show new sides of their personalities for the first time, and multiple throwbacks to Game of Thrones’ first season rear their heads with major implications for the future.
On this episode we review The Amazing Spider-Man 2 starring Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone, and Jamie Foxx. We also take a look at Free Comic Book Day with Alice Quinn and Kris J Johnson of Bizarre Comics.
“Mingling Its Own Nature with It” featured very few lighthearted moments. Shit’s getting real folks. Where season one introduced us to the women, season two is delving deeper into the worsening psychological effects of realizing you’re a clone.
Exhausted your Netflix cue? How are you going to spend those lazy afternoons off work? Or a super late night where you feel like watching something new? Netflix may not have more to show you but there are plenty of other ways to stay entertained.