A salute to the wonderful combination of popcorn, air conditioning, car chases, and Tom Cruise.
Find out who won round 16 of MvsM!
Steven Soderbergh's retirement be damned, Logan Lucky is a hillbilly heist flick with heart and brains.
Logan Lucky opens across Canada August 18th but you and a guest can attend an early screening in Toronto, Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Ottawa, Victoria or Halifax courtesy of Dork Shelf and eOne Films!
The Batman Lego Movie is a dizzying flurry of animated action, gags, and references, ensuring that there's something for everyone.
The Coen bros may not be at the top of their game for Hail, Caesar!, but even a minor work from these major filmmakers is worth a second (or third) look.
Eric and Jon dive into the sublime Step Up franchise and talk ethics in eSports.
Quentin Tarantino once again combines genres and influences to create something uniquely his own with The Hateful Eight
The battle to replace Hugh Jackman as everyone’s favourite mutant continues to be an uphill one.
Certain to get noticed for its trio of electrifying leading performances, Foxcatcher is an unnerving and stylish true life tragedy, but something is still off.
We talk to the three leads of Foxcatcher: Steve Carell, Channing Tatum, and Mark Ruffalo.
Enter for a chance to win a pair of run-of-engagement passes to see Foxcatcher in Toronto or Vancouver, courtesy of Mongrel Media.
The Book of Life is a vibrant, charming, and surprisingly progressive animated adventure the whole family can enjoy.
Foxcatcher Gala Certain to get noticed for its trio of electrifying leading performances, this unnerving and stylish true life tragedy still feels a bit off thanks to director Bennett Miller (Moneyball, Capote) overcompensating where he doesn’t need to. Olympic gold medal wrestler Mark Schultz (Channing Tatum) has just come back from the 1984 Olympics and […]
It’s still hilarious, possibly even more so than its predecessor through sheer volume of jokes alone, but 22 Jump Street manages to be rushed, over thought, and even kind of smug via a brand of meta humor that makes its tone almost inscrutable.