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Film columnist Jason Gorber stops by CBC's Metro Morning to discuss spy fantasy Argylle and its Taylor Swift conspiracy.
Weak Layers attempts to carve deep, but only sticks a mediocre landing on its rocky slopes. A few chuckles, many cringes, and jokes that fall flat, but the film’s powerful message is what redeems our attention.
Inspired by a real-life phone scamming incident, Thelma follows one 93-year-old's journey to reclaim the money that was stolen from her.
Mean Girls is a delightfully funny and fresh take on high school teenage girl clique-dom with engaging characters, witty, highly quotable dialogue, and a cast of future stars. It’s just too bad that movie came out in 2004.
Son of a Critch stars Malcolm McDowell and Mark Critch discuss returning for the show's third season.
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That Shelf hit the premiere of new Canadian comedy Who's Yer Father. Find out what filmmaker Jeremy Larter, producer Jenna MacMillan, and stars Chris Locke & Susan Kent had to say.
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Trolls Band Together.
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A light-hearted and inspiring tale of national pride, Red, White and Brass is one fun flick for the whole family at imagineNATIVE 2023.
Check out the new trailer and poster for the Canadian comedy Who's Yer Father. Coming to theatres soon.
Apple's newest limited series features a superb cast of oddballs, led by Brie Larson, who make up for narrow writing and tonal fluxes.
Season 2 blows its previous season out of the water. It pays homage to its dedicated fan base as it embraces its trademark absurdity. This season provides a hilarious and developed take on these complex pirates.