George Clooney proves (again) that he can really carry a movie, but can't necessarily direct one.
Our exclusive interview with Demián Bichir about his role in George Clooney's Netflix film The Midnight Sky.
The first round of Movies vs. Matrimony season 3!
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Blast off with comPOSERS as we tackle Steven Price's score to Christopher Nolan's space thriller "Gravity"!
TIFF 2017: Suburbicon Review.
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Our Film Editor and Editor-in-Chief discuss the indies and blockbusters they're looking forward to in 2017.
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.
Can Money Monster's talented cast and director bring relevant social commentary to the Hollywood thriller?
David Gordon Green departs from his usual indie fare to bring us the Sandra Bullock-starring political potboiler Our Brand Is Crisis, but are we buying it?
Our Brand is Crisis TIFF 2015 review
On this episode we review Tomorrowland, talk with author Neal Stephenson about his latest book Seveneves, and chat with Dale Wells of The Dandies, a Star Trek-themed Toronto improv group.
Tomorrowland has lofty aspirations and big ideas, but fails to bring it all together. There's entertainment value in the special effects and action scenes, but the story ultimately disappoints.
While it has some enjoyable moments, a complete lack of character development and an unsure storyline make George Clooney's latest directorial effort, the all star World War II period piece The Monuments Men, a bit of a ponderous disappointment.