Black Widow’s Olga Kurylenko talks to That Shelf about playing the MCU’s newest villain.
That Shelf talked to director Terry Gilliam, star Adam Driver, and the cast of The Man Who Killed Don Quixote about the long gestating film at Cannes last year.
The Man Who Killed Don Quixote is finally here, and we have one of the first reviews.
The Death of Stalin is probably the finest and funniest political satire since the last time Armando Iannucci pointed his poison pen at the subject
TIFF 2017: The Death Of Stalin Review.
Win run of engagement passes to see A Perfect Day in Toronto or Vancouver.
Nothing is subtle in Russell Crowe’s directorial debut, The Water Diviner, in which a bereaved father travels halfway across the world to bring his deceased sons home after World War I, but it's not without its entertainment value.
Enter for a chance to win a copy of The November Man on Blu-Ray, courtesy of VVS Films.
Attempting to capitalize on "Brosnan-as-Bond" nostalgia, November Man is more straight-to-DVD than 007.
Enter for a chance to win a pair of passes to an advance screening of The November Man in Toronto on Thursday, August 21st (and a chance at a grand prize pack including the book the film was based on), courtesy of Dork Shelf and VVS Films!
This week at the video store we check out new Blu-Rays for recent releases Trance, To the Wonder, Oblivion, and Olympus Has Fallen, and two new Criterion releases for The Devil's Backbone and Lord of the Flies.
The entirety of the lacklustre thriller Erased can be summed up in one elongated yawning sound effect.
Although somewhat lacking in terms of an all around original story, Oblivion is still a great vehicle for star Tom Cruise and even better for up and coming director Joseph Kosinski.
It's as hard to clearly decipher as any other Terrence Malick film since Badlands, but when dealing with a subject as irrational as love like he does in To the Wonder it's fitting and beautiful in equal amounts.
We sit down with actress Olga Kurylenko about her work with Terrence Malick on his latest poetic opus To the Wonder and about finding her character, why the role was a difficult one, and what it's like working with an icon of American cinema.