To the surprise of no one, Lin-Manuel Miranda's take on a musical by RENT's Jonathan Larson is a phenomenal adaptation.
Bad Boys for Life sees Mike Lowrey and Marcus Burnett team up to take down a ruthless enemy from the past.
Netflix's new Polar trailer features Mads Mikkelsen in his most badass role to date.
J Lo's return to the big screen is more tearjerker than romantic comedy – but who exactly is this movie made for?
Enter for a chance to win one of ten pairs of passes to an advance screening of Robert Rodriguez's Machete Kills in Ottawa or Halifax on Wednesday, October 9th or in Winnipeg, Calgary, Edmonton, or Vancouver on Thursday, October 10th, courtesy of Dork Shelf and VVS Films!
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.
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
When considering whether or not you want to watch Journey 2, the only question you have to ask yourself is: “Do I desperately need to see The Rock play a ukulele and bounce berries off his pecs in 3D?”
We talk to Journey 2 director and Newfoundland native Brad Peyton about the challenges of shooting underwater, adapting Jules Verne, being in awe of Michael Caine, and getting The Rock to play the ukulele.