Ben and Daniel revisit The Dark Knight Rises!
Anne Hathaway gets campy in update of Roald Dahl classic.
Haynes’ latest film invites two words one would never have imagined to associate with his work: “generic” and “forgettable.”
The Dark Knight Trilogy event at the Cinesphere provided attendees with the ultimate Dark Knight experience.
Serenity is the worst film of 2019 – and will be for quite some time.
Round 4 of Movies vs. Matrimony brings Pauline's third win in a row and Daniel's undoing!
A conversation with Spanish director Nacho Vigalondo, the director of the giant monster dramedy Colossal.
It's not much to talk about in the storytelling department, but the musical drama Song One gets a lot of mileage from great stars and great songs.
A tiresome, overstuffed, incoherent mess, Interstellar is far and away Christopher Nolan's worst film.
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).
Now that the teens and adults have had their run of the TIFF Bell Lightbox, we take a look at some of this year's best bets and special events happening at the 2014 TIFF Kids International Film Festival, which kicks off today.
Some excellent performances, great music, and fast pacing make Les Misérables worth seeing, despite director Tom Hooper directing with an unsteady hand.
We spoke with Nitro Circus stunt performer Jolene Van Vugt about her time in the famed TV (and now big screen) daredevil collective, the inevitable injuries, sympathizing with teammate Tommy Passemante, doubling for Catwoman in The Dark Knight Rises, and her recent entry into the Guinness Book Of World Records on a toilet.
An appropriate end to the Christopher Nolan cycle of serious Batman films, The Dark Knight Rises manages to up the stakes in terms of action, suspense, and even in terms of wit. On the other hand, it’s not hard to say that this third instalment with Christian Bale behind the cowl is the least of the franchise, but most of the problems this time our are fairly nitpicky in nature and come mostly when Nolan seemingly needs to force himself to get serious again when even the director seems like he just wants to have some actual fun for a change.