If comedy is tragedy plus time, when is the right time if the tragedy is of the magnitude of genocide?
We speak with I Smile Back director Adam Salky about taking Sarah Silverman to dark places for her portrayal of addiction and the ways in which he used the tools of the medium to help the audience identify with such a difficult character.
I Smile Back features a career redefining role for comedian Sarah Silverman, but is that worth making audiences suffer through her character's misery?
I Smile Back TIFF 2015 Review
Say what you want about Seth MacFarlane, that man can write a “guy pooping into a hat” joke that’ll really make you think. But unfortunately, too much of A Million Ways To Die In The West is oddly serious and laugh-free.
Much like the subject of his second feature documentary, Neil Berkeley is on the road around midday in Southern California. I can occasionally hear road noise and his blinker in the background as he talks on his hands free connection while I’m on the other end in Toronto. It’s oddly fitting and leads to a […]
While not as original as one would hope and overlong, Wreck-It Ralph still holds a high amount of entertainment value for gamers both old and young.
He can fix it! We talk to the voice of Fix-It Felix from Wreck-It Ralph and 30 Rock stand-out Jack McBrayer about his memories of video games growing up, always playing a nice guy, why he's afraid of playing a villain, and a little bit about where the hit TV show he's on might end up at the end of its final season.
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More thematically interesting than good, Take This Waltz is the rare breed of film that strives for realism in individual sequences, but it never fully comes together as a total package.