Rian Johnson’s star-studded whodunnit Knives Out is a joyful tribute to the murder mystery genre.
Knives Out is a thrilling whodunnit about a family of self-absorbed millionaires with their eyes on their family’s fortune.
What They Had TIFF 2018 Review.
TIFF 2017: The Shape of Water Review.
We spoke with Frank & Lola director Matthew Ross about the film's long and bumpy road to the big screen, building trust with his two leads, transplanting the film from New York to Las Vegas, and what he's been collecting recently.
Loving is an astonishingly humanist film, one that drops bombast in favour of a cool, concise storyline.
Salt and Fire TIFF 2016 review.
Jeff Nichols' Loving reviewed for TIFF 2016.
Michael Shannon once again teams with director Jeff Nichols (Mud, Take Shelter) for a different kind of film, Midnight Special shoots for the stars and hits every one.
Batman v Superman is Zack Snyder's messy vision through and through, but he sticks to his guns and manages to retroactively improve Man of Steel.
Midnight Special open in limited release in Toronto April 1st, but Warner Bros and Dork Shelf want to send you and a guest to an advanced screening in Toronto on March 30th!
Drugs, alcohol, and bromance abound in this hilarious holiday comedy with a surprising amount of heart.
99 Homes is essentially Wall Street for the era of the U.S. bailout and sub-prime mortgage collapse. An assured return to form for filmmaker Ramin Bahrani that benefits from a wealth of style and tension and a pair of exceptionally matched leading performances.
99 Homes Special Presentations Essentially Wall Street for the era of the U.S. bailout and sub-prime mortgage collapse, this assured return to form for filmmaker Ramin Bahrani (Man Push Cart, Goodbye Solo, At Any Price) benefits from a wealth of style and tension and a pair of exceptionally matched leading performances. After being evicted from […]
Although it might be still somewhat of an unsubtle disappointment, Man of Steel offers enough action and promise for the future, particularly from Henry Cavill in the lead and even from Zack Snyder in the director's seat. Still, someone needs to tell Christopher Nolan (and by extension actual hired writer David S. Goyer) to stop putting his very specific and far too serious spin on DC titles.