Managing Editor Jason Gorber took time out of his very busy TIFF 2019 to weigh in on the highly anticipated horror sequel IT: Chapter Two!
You can't go home again. Or can you? A look at friendship, nostalgia, and reconnecting with old pals through the lens of It: Chapter 2.
Who will win? Who should win? From Barry to Russian Doll to Fleabag and Veep, we break down the nominations from the Comedy categories at the 2019 Emmys!
Sausage Party is not nearly as dirty or subversive as it thinks it is...
The BFG is the first Disney film directed by Steven Spielberg and delivers the blend of classic storytelling and modern moviemaking we hoped it would.
Win tickets to a 3D advanced screening of Disney's The BFG in Edmonton, Whitby, or Mississauga. Disney's The BFG opens across the country on Canada Day.
We break down the reasons why the PIxar's Inside Out Blu-ray deserves a spot on your Dork Shelf.
Maggie's Plan TIFF 2015 review
Is Amy Townsend from Trainwreck the closest we've come to a modern-day Sally?
At the outset, Pixar's Inside Out is a bit silly and rambunctious, but as the story progresses and the theme is honed, it transcends its concept, making it not only the best Pixar movie in years, but one of the best films of 2015.
We were shown the first 2/3 of Pixar's Inside Out, here's why we can't wait to see the rest.
Bill Hader and Kristen Wiig give great performances in the otherwise somewhat standard American indie film The Skeleton Twins.
While it certainly won't be to everyone's liking since the comedic stylings of David Wain and Michael Showalter are an acquired taste, our film editor thinks They Came Together is one of the finest skewerings of romantic comedies ever made.
While Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2 might not be directly created by the same writers and directors as the first incredibly delightful and hilarious animated outing, the sequel might actually be a tad bit better than the previously high set bar.
Despite what should be a novel gender switcheroo designed to look at teenage sexuality from a girl's perspective, The To Do List is still just an awkwardly assembled, bodily fluid loving gross out comedy with almost no distinction from its male counterparts.