Mockingjay should leave Hunger Games fans sufficiently satiated and salivating for the final entry.
Jean-Luc Godard's latest Goodbye to Language offers his supporters a lot of fun, and detractors an easy out.
The Better Angels feels like a poor carbon copy of a Terrence Malick film.
If you can still admit that you love the first film, Dumb and Dumber To ups the ante and doesn't disappoint.
With his directorial debut Rosewater, Jon Stewart shows great promise as a storyteller, but needs practice as a director.
Tapia Possibly the heaviest film playing at this year’s festival (which, given the subject matter overall, really says a lot) comes in the form of this documentary from Executive Producer 50 Cent about boxing legend Johnny Tapia. Raised on the streets of Albuquerque, New Mexico and dubbed “the babyfaced assassin” in the ring, the former […]
No-No: A Dockumentary In the early 1970s, no pitcher had more pure talent than Pittsburgh Pirate Dock Ellis. His style wasn’t pretty, but he won a lot of games for his ballclub. The problem: he didn’t really remember most of them because he was either drunk or high at the time, most infamously pitching a […]
Gabriel Rory Culkin delivers one of the best performances of the year as a troubled young man rapidly losing touch with reality after his release from a mental hospital in Lou Howe’s effectively chilling psychodrama. Instead of heading directly home to his still frazzled, but loving mother (Deirdre O’Connell) and his judgemental older brother (David […]
Part horror film, part mobile game, the creators of Voyeur attempt to look at new forms of storytelling and user content.
The Irish comedy Life's a Breeze live up to it's name by being as lightweight as possible.
We talk to Matthew Bauckman and Jaret Belliveau, directors of the darkly comedic filmmaking documentary Kung Fu Elliot
The most deceptively complex Canadian film of the year, Don't Get Killed in Alaska is a powerfully subtle family drama.
This week, The Bloor offers films looking at the ethical and legal problems of security certificates in The Secret Trial 5 and misunderstood urban communities in Slums: Cities of Tomorrow.
With the exception of the final twenty minutes, The Theory of Everything paints a welcome picture of the love story between Jane and Stephen Hawking.
The striking, must see documentary The Overnighters chronicles a modern day Great Depression.
Justin Simien's uncomfortably hilarious look at the American racial divide, Dear White People, is one of only two films so far this year worthy of being called a masterpiece.
Big Hero 6 is charming, effective, never dull, and gets by almost on sheer force of will despite a few minor slip ups.
Living on the Edge A collaboration between journalist Susan Woodfine and photographer Joan Sullivan, Living on the Edge takes a look at the effects of climate change via the lives affected in Northern Quebec along the edge of the Lower Saint Lawrence Gulf. Following a massive high tide surge in December of 2010, local residents […]