That Shelf's Jason Gorber stops by CBC's Metro Morning to talk about the amazing Michelle Yeoh in Everything, Everywhere All at Once.
Ke Huy Quan talks with THAT SHELF Everything, Everywhere All at Once, Michelle Yeoh, HK Cinema, Spielberg and more.
I Want You Back is safe, enjoyable, and forgettable rom-com escapism.
Even though On the Rocks isn’t top-shelf Coppola, this enjoyable dramedy still makes for a delightful cinematic cocktail.
Find out if Daniel or Pauline won round 15 and how well they defended their movie!
Ben and Daniel spoil Venom as well as react to the Aquaman, Dark Phoenix, and Captain Marvel trailers!
What do you get when you make a Spider-Man spinoff with out a trace of Spider-Man? You get Venom, one of the most unusual comic book blockbusters produced by the genre. Read our full review.
The Batman Lego Movie is a dizzying flurry of animated action, gags, and references, ensuring that there's something for everyone.
Zootopia feels like Disney's admirable attempt to right its racist past. Things are no longer black and white in this nuanced allegory about prejudice disguised by good intentions.
In many ways Zootopia is classic Disney, but you'll be surprised at some of the other films it draws inspiration from.
We talk to Obvious Child director and writer Gillian Robespierre (and co-writer Elisabeth Holm) about crafting crafting the film’s stand-up routines, family dynamics, and how to deal with people who could potentially have their own agendas.
A major star vehicle for comic actor Jenny Slate, the purposefully awkward and thoroughly charming Obvious Child deals head on with how seemingly well adjusted adults still have a lot of growing up to do after they think they’re done with life lessons.
Enter for a chance to win a pair of passes to an advance screening of Obvious Child in Toronto with star Jenny Slate in attendance on Monday, June, 16th at 7:00pm!