Joel Edgerton

Loving Review

Loving is an astonishingly humanist film, one that drops bombast in favour of a cool, concise storyline.

Midnight Special Review

Michael Shannon once again teams with director Jeff Nichols (Mud, Take Shelter) for a different kind of film, Midnight Special shoots for the stars and hits every one.

CONTEST: See THE GIFT in Select Cities

Joel Edgerton directs and stars in the new thriller The Gift opening August 7. We're giving away passes to advance screenings in Toronto, Vancouver, Ottawa, Winnipeg, Edmonton, and Calgary!

The Rover Review

Aside from some exceptional cinematography and a musical score that finally finds a good rhythm halfway through, there’s not one single positive thing to say about the Austrailian neo-sci-fi-slash-miserable-western The Rover.

TIFF 2013: Felony Review

Felony Special Presentation Director: Matthew Saville A little known fact about actor Joel Edgerton is that he’s actually quite the accomplished screenwriter. His latest effort (following several shorts and the sadly under-seen in North America Aussie noir The Square) as a scribe and leading man comes in this admirably even keeled cop drama focusing on […]

The Great Gatsby Review

While still technically an alright movie overall and somewhat subdued by its director's usual flashy standards, Baz Luhrmann's big screen adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby still proves that there's something completely unfilmable about the source material in spite of some pitch perfect casting and stylistic choices.

Zero Dark Thirty Review

In the best film of her already great career, Kathryn Bigelow and a thoroughly excellent Jessica Chastain create the ultimate impartial treatise on modern warfare with Zero Dark Thirty.


Enter for a chance to win a pair of passes to see an advance screening of one of the most anticipated films of the year, Zero Dark Thirty in Toronto, Ottawa, Winnipeg, and Halifax on Thursday, January 10th at 7:00pm courtesy of Dork Shelf and Alliance Films.

The Odd Life of Timothy Green Review

The Odd Life of Timothy Green is an odd duck of a film that’s trying so desperately to be inspirational that it turns out to be cheesy at best and downright creepy and off putting and worst.

Interview: Peter Hedges

We talked to self professed perpetual dork, writer-director Peter Hedges about his latest film The Odd Life of Timothy Green, why he's so drawn to films about the nature of families, and how his own experiences as a parent have shaped the film.