That Shelf Alum, Noah Taylor, joins Daniel to spoil Shaft!
The Dark Knight Trilogy event at the Cinesphere provided attendees with the ultimate Dark Knight experience.
Last night the 24th annual Critics’ Choice Awards honoured the finest in cinematic and television achievements.
It's Tuesday and that means That Shelf will be rounding up the latest movie, TV, and video game trailers. This week we've got Bodied, Aquaman, VICE, and Star Trek: Discovery season two.
TIFF 2017: Hotiles Review.
Some may blame Terrence Malick's sudden increased output for the artist repeating himself, but Knight of Cups feels like the director spent too much time playing the sandbox.
Last year's surprise award contender The Big Short comes to Blu-ray this week with some nice extras giving insight into this odd film that found comedy in tragedy.
Dork Shelf wants to send you and a guest to an advanced screening of Knight of Cups in Toronto courtesy of eOne Films.
The Big Short finds the absurd in the collapse of America's economy and delivers insight through comedy.
Dork Shelf and Paramount Pictures want to give you and a friend a chance to see an advanced screening of The Big Short in Toronto!
There's nothing bad about Exodus: Gods and Kings, but there's nothing particularly original about it, either.
Enter for a chance to win a copy of Out of the Furnace, starring Christian Bale, on Blu-Ray/DVD Combo Pack, courtesy of Dork Shelf and VVS Films!
Our Film and Performing Arts Editor gives his picks for what he thinks will win big at tomorrow night's Oscar ceremony. Please note: he is still not an expert.
A solid, throwback long con period piece with an all star A-list cast, David O. Russell’s American Hustle assuredly isn’t one of the best films of the year like many year end critical organizations and best-of lists are positioning it to be, but that doesn’t mean it’s a bad movie. It’s easy to recommend, well acted, and fun to watch, and I really don’t have many problems with it outside of maybe not fully being able to understand or buy into the hype surrounding it.
Out of the Furnace aims for a character driven drama, but despite having an excellent cast of actors giving all they can to the project, there’s not much that can be done to give the movie any kind of pulse or momentum. It’s dull and plodding when the material suggests something with much higher emotional stakes. It’s the perfect example of a film that’s too subdued for its own good.