This past weekend marked the 10th anniversary of TCAF, the Toronto Comic Arts Festival. We take a look at some hits from the show.
The most expensive film in Korean history, My Way proves that great battle sequences can't overcompensate from a woefully drawn out running time and a lack of original ideas.
This week, Andrew Parker looks at several disappointing movies (Chasing Madoff, We Bought a Zoo, and The Son of No One) and one awesome Canadian TV show (Todd and the Book of Pure Evil), while Corey Atad waxes rhapsodic about the virtues of Spielberg's War Horse.
Sometimes it’s obvious when a big name director is actively trying to win ALL THE OSCARS. Steven Spielberg’s War Horse is one of those painfully obvious movies, but that's not to say that the film is at all bad or unwatchable. This tale of a young man and the horse that touched the lives of everyone who came in contact with it is a splendid World War I yarn made with the skill and craft one would expect from a Spielberg production, but one can’t seem to shake the feeling that it’s all a bit overbearing.