Catch up on hidden gems like Bliss and Rakifi.
Need a break from summer blockbusters? Director Julius Onah's Luce is a showcase of empathy and debate that you don't see much on the big screen anymore.
Round 18 of the 2nd season of Movies vs. Matrimony!
The Glass Castle opens across Canada August 11th but you and a guest can attend an early screening in Toronto, Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Ottawa, Victoria or Halifax!
The Bleeder TIFF 2016 Review.
Jean-Marc Vallée directs Jake Gyllenhaal and Naomi Watts in Demolition.
The Divergent Series: Allegiant carries on that annoying Young Adult trend of splitting the final book into two parts, and we pay the consequences.
Philippe Falardeau talks to us about his new political comedy My Internship in Canada, his thoughts on Canada's political system, Stephen Harper, and the next project he's developing south of the border.
Demolition TIFF 2015 review
For two thirds of the running time, While We're Young feels like it might be Noah Baumbach’s finest outing to date. But does it stick the landing?
Insurgent is the obligatory sequel to Divergent, the latest series in a trend of young adult literature adaptations about dystopian societies... it ain't great but at least it ain't vampires.
Just in time for the Oscars, we reviewed the Blu-ray of the wonderfully audacious Birdman, which deserves a spot perched on the head of your collection.
Is it possible to respect and enjoy a film without necessarily liking it or wanting to fully recommend it to anyone?
A wonderful Bill Murray leads an all star cast in the mostly effective dramedy St. Vincent.
We catch up with the all star cast of St. Vincent. Yes, including Bill Murray.