Has there ever been a series as bafflingly beautiful, yet maddeningly nonsensical, as Westworld? The new trailer for the highly anticipated third season just dropped.
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TIFF 2017: mother! Review.
Westworld's Jimmi Simpson discusses the big season finale, his love of Westerns, what he’d do if he were in a real life robot cowboy theme park, and much more.
Warren Beatty applies all the wrong rules in this odd Howard Hughes story.
If HBO's Westworld wants its ambitious plot to matter it needs to give audiences better rounded characters.
Westworld has all the action, adventure, and intrigue of the ideal Western film, but that's all a veneer for tourists, under which lies a rich maze of philosophy, science fiction, and genre criticism.
In a season notorious for film famine, a decent fast food action flick can taste like cinematic steak, which is why our newest critic ate up Run All Night.
Frontera is a well acted and constructed overlapping tale of lives coming together in the world of illegal Mexican/American immigration.
Planes: Fire & Rescue manages an incredibly low feat by being considerably better for its target demographic than its dire predecessor, but that’s still not saying very much.
It’s been a busy week with all of us gearing up for our massive Hot Docs coverage, but here’s a look at what else is playing on local screens this week that we haven’t gotten around to reviewing yet, including the Disneynature documentary Bears, the romantic drama The Face of Love, the Canadian teen road flick Hold Fast, the psychological thriller Stress Position, the literary minded Meetings with a Young Poet, and the ballet documentary Afternoon of a Faun: Tanaquil Le Clercq.
Lots to go through this week on the home entertainment front including the coal in the stocking that is the Paul Rudd/Paul Giamatti team-up All is Bright, the Blu-Ray debut of the exceptional astronaut drama The Right Stuff, John Carpenter's ill fated TV pilot Body Bags, the toothless political drama The Attack, charming Irish creature feature Grabbers, the passable Dolph Lundgren/Randy Couture drug actioner Ambushed, and the gleefully sick Canadian sleaze flick, Junkie
Welcome to Michael Bay’s American dream.The world of the thoroughly batshit insane and coal black comedy Pain & Gain is one of dreamers who are willing to cause abject nightmares to those around them to achieve their ends, and there’s no better vulgar auteurist capable of bringing this South Florida sleaze-fest to the big screen than Bay.
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Ostensibly a cross between Inside Man and The Negotiator with a healthy dose of Michael Bay style ridiculousness, Man on a Ledge might be the most fun to be had in cinemas this January. It’s an unabashed crowd pleaser that really doesn’t care that it doesn’t make an iota of logical sense.