Find out who won round 16 of MvsM!
The Beach Bum's cast turn in over-the-top performances in one of 2019's most bizarre comedies.
Movies vs. Matrimony is a podcast that pits a husband and wife’s cinematic tastes against each other. Hosted by Daniel and Pauline Grant, each round of MvsM starts with the couple randomly selecting from a list made up of 10 of Daniel’s movies and 10 of Pauline’s movies. Whoever’s movie gets picked needs to defend it for the length of that movie’s run time.
Happy Marijuana Legalization Day, Canada! What better way to celebrate than watching the trailer for POT-ential cult classic cannabis comedy The Beach Bum, brought to you by absurdist indie filmmaker Harmony Korine (Spring Breakers). Matthew McConaughey portrays the titular bum, Moondog, looking like he raided Guy Fieri’s wardrobe as he gets into all sorts of […]
The Batman Lego Movie is a dizzying flurry of animated action, gags, and references, ensuring that there's something for everyone.
Todd Phillips borrows from the best to tell the story of two schmucks who unwittingly becoming arms smugglers in War Dogs.
Sausage Party is not nearly as dirty or subversive as it thinks it is...
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.
True Story is a true crime tale that tries hard to illustrate its cinematic qualities and justify its existence, but miscast leads and a novice script fail to elevate it to anything worthy of praise.
It’s still hilarious, possibly even more so than its predecessor through sheer volume of jokes alone, but 22 Jump Street manages to be rushed, over thought, and even kind of smug via a brand of meta humor that makes its tone almost inscrutable.
We kick off this Home Entertainment round-up with two Martin Scorsese comedies - The King of Comedy and The Wolf of Wall Street - before looking at new releases for Sam Raimi's Darkman, Howard Hawks' El Dorado, Will Ferrell and Adam McKay's Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues, and Paul Schrader's remake of Cat People. There's also some B-movie goodness with looks at Alec Baldwin in The Shadow, the 1980s horror flick Night of the Demons, and the made for TV 1973 thriller The Horror at 37,000 Feet
Our Film and Performing Arts Editor gives his picks for what he thinks will win big at tomorrow night's Oscar ceremony. Please note: he is still not an expert.
Martin Scorsese's best and most thoroughly insane film in years, The Wolf of Wall Street isn't for everyone and is bound to be misread by people not willing to think about the rampant greed, avarice, and drug use on display, but for those who can stomach the breakneck paced three hours with one of the worst human beings in screen history, it's a very rewarding experience.
Enter for a chance to win a pair of passes to an advance screening of The Wolf of Wall Street on Thursday, December 19th in Toronto, Ottawa, or Montreal, courtesy of Dork Shelf and Paramount Pictures.