Elizabeth Banks's zany horror comedy about a bear on a coke-fuelled rampage more than delivers on its premise.
He's got legends lined up to tell his story. Find out how you can enter to win passes to see Cocaine Bear at a screening in either Toronto or Montreal.
Is The Many Saints of Newark a prequel worthy of the award-winning Sopranos series? Our Chief Film Critic Jason Gorber gives us his verdict.
The Many Saints of Newark is David Chase and Alan Taylor's spin-off of their hit show The Sopranos.
Carly Chaikin joins Jeremy for Goodfellas!
You don't have to be divorced to understand Noah Baumbach's Marriage Story. If you've ever loved anyone at all, the film will hit you on multiple levels.
Despite a great leading performance from Jeremy Renner and a relatively untold true story, Kill the Messenger is a bit of a missed opportunity.
Revenge of the Green Dragons Special Presentations It’s very easy to see why Martin Scorsese produced the latest film from Andrew Lau. Not only did Lau create the successful Infernal Affairs franchise that would allow Marty to make The Departed, but this decade spanning and thoroughly brutish crime saga (a collaboration with co-director Andrew Loo) […]
Muppets Most Wanted is one of the most purely entertaining Muppet adventures ever conceived.
Enter for a chance to win a pair of passes to an advance screening of Sin City: A Dame to Kill For in Toronto, Ottawa, Halifax, Winnipeg, Calgary, Edmonton, Victoria, or Vancouver on Thursday, August 21st, courtesy of Dork Shelf and eOne Films!
While it might adhere too slavishly to mob movie conventions at times, The Iceman boasts an excellent leading performance from the always great Michael Shannon that makes it worth watching.
From moment to moment, The Place Beyond the Pines is a strong piece of work comprised of terse dialogue, pain-eyed performances, sudden bursts of violence, and heavy thematic resonance. Unfortunately, it never quite holds together to deliver anything as profound as the somberly existential tone seems to promise.
Killing Them Softly is a stunning looking and sounding picture with some great performances and directorial panache to spare, but it becomes a bit of slog once the film's bursts of ultraviolence run aground of the constant, unsubtle economic badgering.
We talk to director Andrew Dominik about his latest Brad Pitt starring crime drama Killing Them Softly about the economic of crime, making a personal statement following his previously divisive film, sound design as music, and working with Pitt and Ray Liotta.
Enter for a chance to win one of ten pairs of passes to an advance screening of Killing Them Softly in Halifax on Monday, November 26th or in Toronto, Ottawa, or Winnipeg on Thursday, November 29th from Dork Shelf and Alliance Films.