The only surprise of A Rainy Day in New York is Woody Allen’s apparent uninterest in young people.
Does an all-star cast and a fun premise – a small town zombie apocalypse – make for a winning formula? Watch our video review of Jim Jarmusch's The Dead Don't Die!
Director Jim Jarmusch and the cast of The Dead Don't Die talk to Managing Editor Jason Gorber about zombies and their favourite horror movies from the 2019 Cannes Film Festival!
Managing Editor Jason Gorber is live from the 2019 Cannes Film Festival to share his thoughts on Jim Jarmusch's highly anticipated zombie comedy The Dead Don't Die!
Paul Rudd, Craig Roberts, and Selena Gomez star in the surprisingly witty and undeniably charming Netflix film The Fundamentals of Caring.
Rudderless, the directorial debut of William H. Macy, lives up to its title and hits all the wrong notes.
There’s nothing particularly wrong with the action thriller Getaway except that it might be a bit too sanitized and video game-y for its own good. It’s an effective, no frills chase movie with some inventive set pieces, but there’s a distinct lack of grit or immediacy to the proceedings.
Coming from the twisted mind of cinematic enfant-terrible Harmony Korine, Spring Breakers certainly isn't for everyone, but great performances an extremely artful eye, and a really sickly dark sense of humour make this delightfully filthy comedy something special for clued in audiences.
No DVD column this week, but we'll return with it next week. Instead, we take a look at a whopping FIVE film festivals kicking off in Toronto this week: the 7th annual Canadian Film Fest, the Canadian Music Week Film Fest, Water Docs, the 13th annual aluCine Latin Film Festival, and Creepy Christian Cinema.
It’s not going to raise the bar for animated story telling all that much, and it probably won’t do too much to repair Adam Sandler’s tarnished reputation with adult audiences, but the fleet footed and funny Hotel Transylvania manages to be the best thing to have the comic actor’s name attached to it in quite some time.
A new week begins and we're still covering the films of TIFF 2012! Today: Cloud Atlas, Quartet, The Impossible, Spring Breakers, Everyday, Writers, In the House, and iLL Manors
Since we don't get days off on weeks like this, here's part five of our TIFF 2012 coverage with looks at The Place Beyond the Pines, Seven Psychopaths, Hotel Transylvania, A Royal Affair, Thermae Romae, Smashed, Rebelle, and Laurence Anyways.