Pixar’s latest animated feature Luca is a visually dazzling coming-of-age story that celebrates childhood friendships.
We chat with John Hoffman, story supervisor on Disney Pixar's LUCA, about bringing the new animated coming of age film to life.
The Mitchells vs. the Machines delivers wondrous animation along with a much-needed critique of our social media- and tech-obsessed age.
We're giving away a Blu-ray copy of The Happytime Murders courtesy of our friends at VVS Films
We sat down with legendary director/ puppeteer Brian Henson to talk about the hard left turn he took for his latest puppet-populated project, The Happytime Murders.
We're giving away family 4-packs to advanced Saturday morning screenings of Nut Job 2 Nutty By Nature in Toronto, Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Ottawa or Halifax!
My Entire High School Sinking Into the Sea TIFF 2016 review.
Maggie's Plan TIFF 2015 review
Not even the stupidest of kids will fall for the cloying, George Lucas produced Strange Magic.
Big Hero 6 is charming, effective, never dull, and gets by almost on sheer force of will despite a few minor slip ups.
Enter for a chance to win one of two copies of the animated adventure Turbo on Blu-Ray, courtesy of Dork Shelf and 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment!
We already helped with screenings in Toronto and Vancouver, but now it's time for our friends in Ottawa, Calgary, and Edmonton to enter for a chance to win one of ten pairs of passes to see The Way, Way Back on Monday, July 22nd for Calgary or Wednesday, July 24th for Ottawa and Edmonton, courtesy of Dork Shelf and Fox Searchlight!
Grown Ups 2 sucks, but even by that bold statement it still manages to improve on its rock bottom predecessor.
Deeply funny and as uncomfortable as a forced vacation with the worst members of your family, The Way, Way Back is a summertime classic in the waiting.
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.