TIFF 2019: Lucy in the Sky Review
After the complex ins and outs of The Cabin in the Woods, fans will be expecting a lot from Drew Goddard's latest film Bad Times at the El Royale, and with just cause. Does it deliver?
The Netflix sitcom gets funnier (and more political) when Kimmy goes to college in the hilarious third season.
This week the Dev Slate guys got deep into one of their favourite cartoons (phrasing?): Archer!
Minions hits Blu-ray today, here's a helpful review in case you were wondering whether or not make room on your Dork Shelf for this animated kids comedy with some genuine laugh out loud moments.
On this episode we review Minions and talk with Aaron Ashmore of the new series Killjoys.
The series finale of Mad Men concluded by offering its audience what its always done best: nostalgia.
Million Dollar Arm (Craig Gillespie, 2014) – Million Dollar Arm is one of those gently racist inspirational Hollywood stories that pop up every few years. One that mines laughter out of how ridiculous, silly, and different other cultures are before proving that folks from those fantastical foreign lands can get on just fine in America […]
The Congress is unquestionably one of the worst films of the year, but probably the only one made by a visionary talent.
A Young Doctor's Notebook is a rather deadpan and somewhat macabre slice storytelling that manages to be a vehicle for two actors who want to be known for more than their career defining roles.
It might be grouchy to complain about Million Dollar Arm, the latest feel good sports drama from Disney, but it’s too astoundingly weak of a film to garner much enthusiasm or find anything really praiseworthy in it.
Enter for a chance to win a pair of passes to an advance screening of Million Dollar Arm in Richmond Hill, Ottawa, Winnipeg, or Richmond (BC) on Thursday, May 8th, courtesy of Dork Shelf and Walk Disney Studios Canada!
This week at the video store, we check out the timely comedy of The Campaign, the out of time Oliver Stone thriller Savages, the zombie apocalypse of [REC]3: Genesis, the romantic dramedy stylings of A Little Bit of Heaven and Ruby Sparks, and the goings on in the world of Mad Men.
This week on DVD and Blu-Ray, Andrew Parker takes on Mel Gibson in Get the Gringo, Lockout, Friends With Kids, Being FlynnA Bag of Hammers, and the fourth season of TV's Sanctuary, while Phil Brown sinks into American Reunion, Silent House, and Bobcat Golthwait's God Bless America.
In her first directorial effort and her third screenplay, actress Jennifer Westfeldt has crafted a film that has the look and feel of a modern, feminist Woody Allen film. Friends With Kids balances observational laughs and pathos quite deftly amongst a band of well-to-do New Yorkers with the help of a stellar cast. It shows the growing pains of a talent trying something new, but the strengths greatly outweigh the minuses brought on as a result of a misguided ending.