Grab your boom box and throw it in the garbage. This isn't Say Anything. It's Grosse Pointe Blank.
La La Land TIFF 2016 Review
To get the most out of Woody Allen's Irrational Man, it helps to know the legendary director's past work.
Cameron Crowe's ensemble rom com Aloha has all the ingredients that should make audiences love it, but the script feels sloppy, with a beginning that's too messy and an ending that's too clean.
Just in time for the Oscars, we reviewed the Blu-ray of the wonderfully audacious Birdman, which deserves a spot perched on the head of your collection.
Is it possible to respect and enjoy a film without necessarily liking it or wanting to fully recommend it to anyone?
Enter to see an advance screening of Birdman in select cites!
If one were to plot out the ranking of Woody Allen’s films from best to worst, the frothy, but hardly vital Magic in the Moonlight would show up somewhere just barely on the positive side of the dead centre.
Enter for a chance to win a pair of run of engagement passes to see Woody Allen's Magic in the Moonlight in Toronto, Halifax, Winnipeg, Calgary, Edmonton, Vancouver, or Victoria, courtesy of Dork Shelf and Mongrel Media!
On this episode we review The Amazing Spider-Man 2 starring Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone, and Jamie Foxx. We also take a look at Free Comic Book Day with Alice Quinn and Kris J Johnson of Bizarre Comics.
Whatever you thought of Marc Webb’s previous outing in the rebooting of the Spider-man Marvel Comics franchise is precisely what you’ll think of The Amazing Spider-man 2 with very little deviation.
Enter for a chance to win one of two special prize packs celebrating the release of The Croods - including a copy of the film on Blu-Ray/DVD/Digital Download combo pack and a plush doll - courtesy of Dork Shelf and 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment!
Far from the “Ice Age with humans” pitch made by the film’s ad campaign, The Croods is an exceptional family adventure that rises above a plot cribbed from countless Disney films to create something special. It’s a funny, vibrant, and surprisingly thoughtful and sincere effort from the makers of the equally great How to Train Your Dragon with action scenes as good as anything that wowed audiences in Rango.
Earlier today our head film critic had his faith in movies nearly destroyed by Hansel and Gretel:Witch Hunters, tonight our other main film writer suffers the same nervous breakdown inducing fate fate at the hands of the already infamous Movie 43.
It's not much more than pulpy, violent gangster entertainment, but Gangster Squad is a blending of old timey conventions with modern filmmaking techniques that makes for major studio B-movie goodness that should be praised rather than condemned.