Richard LaGravenese

The Last Five Years Review

The Last Five Years may have been made for twentysomethings, but it's a well crafted, well acted musical with a good story that anyone can get in to.

Unbroken Review

Equally overlong and underdeveloped, Angelina Jolie's WWII biopic Unbroken squanders an unfathomable amount of first rate talent in front of and behind the camera.

Unsung Anniversaries #5: The Ref

This week in Unsung Anniversaries we look at one of the best holiday movies to not be released during the holidays as Denis Leary and Kevin Spacey star in 1994's The Ref

Behind the Candelabra Review

Steven Soderbergh's Liberace bio-pic Behind the Candelabra - debuting tomorrow on HBO with a simulcast at the TIFF Bell Lightbox for the Inside Out festival at 9pm - is a tasteful and fascinating look at a kitschy entertainment icon, with excellent leading performances from Michael Douglas and Matt Damon.

Beautiful Creatures Review

Beautiful Creatures positions itself as the next potential post-Harry Pottery literary franchise, but while it's entertaining enough, it never quite convinces us that it necessarily needs or deserves a follow-up.