Cate Blanchett's Bernadette is a surprisingly relatable force for anyone who has ever questioned their place or purpose in the world – and it’s a joy to watch this remarkable woman find herself in her own skin.
Jason Reitman will write and direct a new Ghostbusters film that picks up years after the original movies.
Ben & Daniel spoil The Cloverfield Paradox, discuss what impact Netflix is having on the moviegoing experience, and the latest news on a number of upcoming comic book movies.
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TIFF 2017: mother! Review.
TIFF 2017: Downsizing Review.
Here's one it probably feels like you've been waiting a really, really, ridiculously long time for. Enter for your chance to win passes to advanced screenings of Zoolander 2 in Toronto or Montreal.
On this episode we review The Martian. We also talk with Donna Davies director of Fanarchy documentary and with programmer Christian Burgess from the Toronto After Dark Film Festival.
The Martian is easily one of director Ridley Scott's best efforts in years, and that's saying something.
The Martian TIFF 2015 review
Bill Hader and Kristen Wiig give great performances in the otherwise somewhat standard American indie film The Skeleton Twins.
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Although it doesn't work 100% of the time, Ben Stiller's take on James Thurber's famous short story The Secret Life of Walter Mitty shows the filmmaker and actor maturing as an artist full of wonderful vision and boundless ambition that make it a joy to watch.
Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues is to Anchorman what Ghostbusters 2 was to Ghostbusters. It’s an inferior, but lighthearted and often very funny retread of ground that had been previously covered much better in the original. Sure, it’s often hilarious (in the first half, anyway) and the cast jumps back into their roles quite nicely, but is it a good movie? Nope.
Lazy, unfunny, and unfocused even by 1980s made-for-TV movie standards, Girl Most Likely is the rare example of a near perfect disaster.