Perfectly balanced and with a unique flavour profile, the prequel Wonka—starring Timothée Chalamet as the titular chocolatier—is a treat for all ages.
Chief Film Critic Jason Gorber stopped by Metro Morning earlier today to give us the scoop on Dungeons and Dragons: Honor Among Thieves.
Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves, starring Chris Pine, delivers adventurous fun for the whole D&D-playing family.
The actors are having an absolute blast, yet Operation Fortune: Ruse de Guerre is nothing you haven't seen before from James Bond or even Man from UNCLE.
Frenetically-paced and wildly convoluted, Guy Ritchie's latest still manages to be entertaining thanks to a scene-stealing turn by and against-type Hugh Grant.
Pauline wins Round 5 of Movies vs. Matrimony giving her a 4 win run! Will Daniel ever catch up?
It's admirable that a film as ambitious as Cloud Atlas can get made at all, but sadly, ambition is all this messy adaptation really has going in its favour.
Lots of talk about boys and men this week as Brandon Bastaldo takes a look at the coming of age tale La Haine, looks at the Quebecois hockey comedy Les Boys II, and Phil Brown looks at Men in Black, About a Boy, and the almost childlike inhibition of Gremlins 2: The New Batch.
Aardman Animation, the creators of Wallace and Gromit and Chicken Run, bring you The Pirates: Band of Misfits, a giddy sugar rush of British animated entertainment.
We talk with Aardman animation co-founder and stop motion maven Peter Lord about his latest film The Pirates: Band of Misfits, casting voice actors, the pitfalls of searching for animated perfection, and the changing landscape of his business.