Mark Strong

Stockholm Review

A wild bank robbery kicks off the absurd but true story based on the bank heist and hostage crisis that took place in Stockholm in 1973 in director Robert Budreau's latest film with Ethan Hawke.

Parental Guidance: Shazam!

The newest entry into the DC Universe swoops into theatres this weekend, but given DC's penchant for grim and gritty what age is Shazam! right for?

Shazam! Review

Shazam! is a silly, sweet, and fun-loving tale – and the DCEU's first anti-Zack Snyder movie.

Home Entertainment: Kingsman Review

Matthew Vaughn's finest film to date, Kingsman: The Secret Service looks great on Blu-ray and comes complete with a feature length making-of doc, something which is all too rare these days.

Before I Go to Sleep Review

A waste of a fresh concept, a good director, and a talented cast, Before I Go to Sleep only succeeds at being a dully predictable slog.

TIFF 2014: The Imitation Game Review

The Imitation Game Special Presentations Benedict Cumberbatch carries the day in a role that feels almost custom made for the sort of droll loner act he has been perfecting across his past several films and his hit TV series, Sherlock. Only this time, he’s certain to get some award season buzz because he’s playing noted […]

This Week at The Bloor: 7/4/14

This week at The Bloor brings the premiere of the latest from Paradise Lost director Joe Berlinger, the solid Whitey: The United States v. James J. Bulger and the rousing sports drama Next Goal Wins.

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.

CONTEST: See ZERO DARK THIRTY in 4 Cities

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.

John Carter Review

On top of making back a gargantuan, near quarter of a billion dollar budget, John Carter isn't exactly the easiest sell in the world even by mega-blockbuster standards. It's extremely literate to the point where it just might alienate audiences looking for average escapist fare.