TIFF 2017 Unicorn Store review
HBO's new documentary Bright Lights on Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds went from being a celebration of their lives to an obituary.
If you’re looking for a cross between Requiem for a Dream, Rosemary’s Baby and The Toxic Avenger, this movie is for you.
It's rare that a filmmaker can stumble upon a character as fascinating as Off The Rails' Darius McCollum, a man whose need to ride on and/or commandeer trains is so deep that it's landed him in jail over 30 times.
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In Order of Disappearance is a winding, violent thriller that revels in its Norwegian landscape and indulges in the vengeful mentality of its characters.
Women continue to dominate the summer's comedies with the hilariously inappropriate Bad Moms.
A few things get in the way of Drake Doremus' dystopian romance Equals being truly great, but Kristen Stewart is certainly not one of them.
We saw the new Ghostbusters movie, and while it's not perfect, there are at least five things you can look forward to enjoying in the summer's latest reboot.
The Intervention is an expertly crafted dramedy, helmed by the realistic portrayals of lost adults and a particularly excellent performance by Melanie Lynskey.
Almost Adults is a cohesive debut film that shows our digital age's love and relationships in a fresh way, signalling a promising career for director Sarah Rotella.
Hurricane Bianca excels most when it oscillates between being John Waters level outlandish and an ode to 90’s era comedies such as Hocus Pocus and Election
Mully follows the story of a Kenyan business tycoon whose altruistic nature and previous life as a street kid leads him to found the Mully Children’s Family charity. A feel-good story that only occasionally aggrandizes its subject.
Ovarian Psycos follows a girl gang who ride bikes as a way to reclaim space on the streets of East Los Angeles, providing an in depth look at the individual members and the group's larger sociopolitical implications,
It's rare that a can can stumble upon a character as fascinating as Off The Rails' Darius McCollum, a man whose need to ride on and/or commandeer trains is so deep that it's landed him in jail over 30 times.
Frame 394 follows a man who digitally analyzed the video of the Walter Scott shooting and found something that could potentially affect the outcome of the case.