Jurassic World Dominion is the most ambitious Jurassic Park movie since the original, yet the stakes have never felt lower.
A quick look at the many versions of what's considered one of the greatest albums of all time: Marvin Gaye's 1971 classic What's Going On.
The 2022 Toronto Jewish Film Festival opens with Plan A Yoav Paz and Doron Paz's dramatization of post-war revenge against the Nazis starring August Diehl in a commanding performance.
Jason Gorber takes a deep dive into the story of Philadelphia International Records via the 2022 Vinyl Me Please Anthology.
Our resident expert Jason Gorber takes a look at the new vinyl releases of Joni Mitchell's Live at Carnegie Hall.
Nyla Innuksuk's Northern sci-fi romp SLASH/BACK makes a splash at Blue Mountain Film Festival.
A quirky, explosive comedy, Everybody Hates Johan is a welcome treat at this year's Blue Mountain Film Festival.
A look at Amy Jephta's Barakat from the Blue Mountain Film Festival.
With Crimes of the Future, David Cronenberg reminds us that he's Canada's best and boldest filmmaker. And who expected Kristen Stewart and Don McKellar to be such a dream team?
With Fire Island Andrew Anh and Joel Kim Booster deliver a hot, witty, and inclusive gay update of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice.
Catherine Corsini's The Divide is a powerful character-driven study of a hospital in chaos amid the yellow jacket protests of 2018.
Adil & Bilall craft a remarkable tale about recruitment, subtly diving into some murky morality in this absolutely terrific film from Cannes 2022.
Director Park Chan-wook's Decision to Leave is a cop/criminal love story that falters but occasionally fascinates.
Lukas Dhont's film Close is a sweet and somber look at childhood friendship and the ties that are broken.
Cannes 2022: Our look at Baz Luhrmann's ELVIS – starring Tom Hanks and Austin Butler.