Because we're not all stressed out enough, this week the boys welcome back beer provider and score aficionado Gavin Whitehead to discuss the 2019 crime drama Uncut Gems.
Netflix Canada released a list of 2019’s most-streamed movies and TV series.
The Safdie brothers' Uncut Gems – starring Adam Sandler – puts the collective nerves of viewers in a vice and ratchets them up for two straight hours.
Uncut Gems sees Adam Sandler play a diamond district jewelry store owner who puts his life on the line to chase the next big score.
In 2015, many of the year's biggest games failed to live up to expectations.
On this episode we review Pixels and talk with cartoonist Gillian G and author Adrienne Kress of The Secret Loves of Geek Girls.
Pixels has more respect for classic video game characters than it does for women, and that's a much better reason to hate the film.
Pixels may not be good, but it's not the travesty some would make it out to be.
The Cobbler is one of the stranger films to come out of Hollywood in recent history, it's a bit of train wreck that's hard not to stare at even if you know you shouldn't.
Men, Women, and Children (Jason Reitman, 2014) – Jason Reitman is a tough director to pin down. He clearly wants to be taken seriously and often attempts to dive into dark subject matter. Yet, he’s also a crowd-pleaser who tugs on emotions manipulatively and craves populist response/box office. So that leads to muddled movies from […]
Top Five is the best use of writer, director, and leading man Chris Rock's talents on the big screen to date.
An overstuffed Crash like tale of teens, adults, and the internet, Jason Reitman's latest is too all over the place to succeed.
We talk to filmmaker Jason Reitman and actress Jennifer Garner about their work on the film Men, Women, & Children.
Enter for a chance to see an advance screening of Men, Women, & Children in Toronto, Ottawa, or Montreal!
Top Five Special Presentations Chris Rock has been appearing in films since the 80s, but they’ve rarely ever managed to capture what it is that makes him special. Much like Richard Pryor before him, Hollywood producers saw a brilliant, honest, and vicious stand-up comic and cast Rock in mugging slapstick roles unsuited to his talents. […]