Director Steven Soderbergh's The Laundromat – starring Meryl Streep, Gary Oldman, and Antonio Banderas – is a dizzying madcap whirl that will give audiences the rinse and the spin they need.
Tamara Khodova reviews Steven Soderbergh's The Laundromat – starring Meryl Streep, Gary Oldman, and Antonio Banderas – from the 2019 Venice Film Festival. Does this star-studded dramedy live up to Soderbergh's previous work?
High Flying Bird shows us why Steven Soderbergh remains today's most cutting-edge filmmaker.
Black Mirror: Bandersnatch is an interactive Netflix film that asks viewers to "choose wisely."
Steven Soderbergh's retirement be damned, Logan Lucky is a hillbilly heist flick with heart and brains.
Logan Lucky opens across Canada August 18th but you and a guest can attend an early screening in Toronto, Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Ottawa, Victoria or Halifax courtesy of Dork Shelf and eOne Films!
Our Film Editor and Editor-in-Chief discuss the indies and blockbusters they're looking forward to in 2017.
The Graduate is on Criterion for the first time since the days of laserdisc. The new Blu-ray ports over some old extras while adding some stellar new ones, you're going to want to make room on your shelf for this one.
Susan Stover and Peter Counter team up to take apart the innard-exposing season two finale of The Knick.
“Do You Remember Moon Beam?” features how patricidal tendencies shuffle many fathers from their mortal coil, how donkeys have significant metaphorical importance, and how many journeys begin, if only to come to a certain end.
“Not Well At All” doesn't show drop of blood, but leaves most of its characters utterly destroyed spiritually, morally, and literally.
“Williams and Walker” is an episode about love. Some more pure than others, but love nonetheless.
Doctor Cotton returns, Bertie undergoes a transformation and Thackery tries to invent hypnotherapy in an episode that explores the importance of process.
“The Best with the Best to Get the Best” is all about confession. An act which has an undeniable power.
Holiness comes face to face with progress in The Knick’s second season two episode, “You’re No Rose”