On this week's episode, Kevin Costner reminds us of our moral obligation to shoot at people who drink alcohol. Join us in the Prohibition era as we listen to the legendary Ennio Morricone's score for The Untouchables.
Passengers is bad in ways you haven't even heard about yet.
"As a fan of the original Ghostbusters..." he said, as the entire room ducked for cover.
We saw the new Ghostbusters movie, and while it's not perfect, there are at least five things you can look forward to enjoying in the summer's latest reboot.
Despite a great leading performance from Jeremy Renner and a relatively untold true story, Kill the Messenger is a bit of a missed opportunity.
The appeal of Rio 2 to adults will be quite minimal since it’s designed and calculated to be the best possible babysitter for undiscriminating tykes who have never seen any movies outside of the first Rio.
We talk to Rio 2 director Carlos Saldanha about how the sequel came together, presenting ecological messages to children, the sounds and colour of Rio, and the creation of one of the most memorable character of the year that he thinks deserves a lot more credit (and rightfully so).
Playing catch up from last week (still), here are looks at two great Canadian films (Rhymes for Young Ghouls and Three Night Stand), a great documentary (12 O'Clock Boys), and a pair of middling romantic dramadeys (At Middleton and Brightest Star).
A Dark Truth is an important film... Or at least writer/director Damian Lee is convinced that’s the case and is prepared to slap his audience in the face repeatedly until they agree.