Although it's a pretty standard B-movie crime thriller, the talent involved in the Aussie flick Son of a Gun keeps it consistently entertaining.
With only two new releases for the rest of the year (Advance Style and National Gallery, both of which are good), we look at all the remaining events at The Bloor in 2014.
The best family film option this holiday is Song of the Sea, an Irish animated adventure that gives Miyazaki a run for his money.
The songs don't quite work, it's ideology is messy, and it's the worst edited film of the year, but somehow Annie retains an immense amount of charm and wit thanks to its cast.
The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies closes out an otherwise so-so series in the best possible way.
Led by Best Picture, Director, and Supporting Actress winner Boyhood, the Toronto Film Critics Association has announced their award winners for the best of film in 2014.
Benedict Cumberbatch carries the day in the mostly effective period drama The Imitation Game.
Our Film and Performing Arts Editor runs down the list of his top 25 films of 2014.
There's nothing bad about Exodus: Gods and Kings, but there's nothing particularly original about it, either.
We sit down with Benedict Cumberbatch to talk about playing Alan Turing in The Imitation Game
The haphazard, misguided mystery comedy Murder of a Cat is in need of a full on personality transplant.
The appropriately titled Bad Turn Worse feels like one of the substandard Tarantino knock-offs of the early 90s escaped from a bad movie asylum.
Canadian director Jean-Marc Vallée and leading actor Reese Witherspoon deliver some of the best work of their careers with the emotionally powerful Wild.
Passable and slight for the most part, the romantic dramedy Gemma Bovery boasts one of the worst endings to a decent story in film history.
The Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper starring period drama Serena is the kind of trainwreck that only really talented people can make.
Three great docs - The Last Impresario, Getting to the Nutcracker, and Evolution of a Criminal - cap off a stacked week of programming at The Bloor.
Certain to get noticed for its trio of electrifying leading performances, Foxcatcher is an unnerving and stylish true life tragedy, but something is still off.
Teddy Bomb An infectiously goofy, no budget, high concept lark, the locally produced Teddy Bomb makes no pretentions that it’s a great film, but it’s certainly one that wants to have fun alongside like minded people who get the joke. Think of a Godfrey Ho and Sam Raimi produced live action reboot of Big Hero […]