The Divergent Series: Allegiant carries on that annoying Young Adult trend of splitting the final book into two parts, and we pay the consequences.
We break down the film and features on this week's Blu-ray release of The Man From U.N.C.L.E. Find it out it deserves a spot on your Dork Shelf...
Jafar Panahi’s Taxi sneaks up on you and will keep you talking about it long after the cab ride home.
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While it borrows from some very familiar themes and movies, Nick Kroll's Adult Beginners is a cute, easy going family dramedy that's just as funny as it is sensitive.
With another of it's winter retrospectives, TIFF takes a look into the darkly funny mind and heart of cult Spanish filmmaker Alex de la Iglesia.
Project Almanac would be a near perfect time travel movie for young adults... if it just got rid of the found footage style that almost makes it painful to watch.
The TIFF Bell Lightbox takes a look at one of the greatest couples to ever grace the stage and screen: Ruby Dee and Ossie Davis.
It's not much to talk about in the storytelling department, but the musical drama Song One gets a lot of mileage from great stars and great songs.
Not even the stupidest of kids will fall for the cloying, George Lucas produced Strange Magic.
Manny looks a Filipino boxing legend Manny Pacquiao with a balance between the laudatory and the critical.
Despite its distracted story, Escobar: Paradise Lost offers some some good moments of tension and decent performances.
The New Zealand import Housebound makes it safe for horror audiences to laugh and be scared again at the same time.
The first major new release of 2014 is so unremittingly dull, you'll wish it was actually a movie that's actively terrible so you could actually feel something for it.
A major achievement for writer/director Mike Leigh and actor Timothy Spall, Mr. Turner is a biopic worthy of its sometimes ornery subject.
We talk to Canadian director Jean-Marc Vallée about his work on his latest film, Wild.