Unfinished Business is a raunchy sex comedy with an odd anti-bullying subplot as just one of its many missteps.
We chat with Taylor Kitsch and Liane Balaban about their new film The Grand Seduction, Tim Riggins, the people who've made them feel special, and Hugh Jackman.
Don McKellar's remake of The Grand Seduction is a warmhearted, laid back comedy that might not be too original, but it hits the mark everywhere that counts.
It's almost the exact same movie as Starbuck was two years ago, meaning it's largely okay and overstuffed, but this remake of Ken Scott's Quebecois hit gets a lot of mileage from Vince Vaughn's best performance in years.
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Dork Shelf talks to director and actor Don McKellar about his return to feature film directing with The Grand Seduction (debuting Sunday September 8th at TIFF) and about how people perceived his time away from filmmaking, the script that tempted him to come back, shooting on location in Trinity Bay, the different stresses between city filming and country filming, and what Gleeson brought to his role and to the set.