Rock The Kasbah is a trainwreck that even Bill Murray can't get back on track.
Lenny Abrahamson's Room is a deeply nuanced film with real suspense and anxiety throughout.
Should we hold Spielberg to a higher standard just because he's Spielberg? Jason Gorber's review of Bridge of Spies examine this and other questions.
With co-collaborator Evan Johnson adding a complementary variable, The Forbidden Room adds to Guy Maddin's ever-evolving oeuvre of experimental cinema, . We spoke with them about how this film fits in with today's screenscape.
Paul Gross' look at Canadian military in Afghanistan feels authentic for the most part, but Hyena Road still displays some of the director's melodramatic tendencies that prevent it from being great.
Drunk Stoned Brilliant Dead: The Story Of The National Lampoon documents the rise of a comedic college newspaper to a national publication, told with loads of footage and overly nostalgic contemporary interviews.
We talk gambling, magic, working with Ben Mendelsohn, and watching Gladiator with Mississippi Grind star Analeigh Tipton.
Gambling films are hard. Can Ben Mendelsohn and Ryan Reynolds help elevate the genre?
Miss Sharon Jones! TIFF 2015 review
Keith Richards: Under the Influence TIFF 2015 review
We spoke to Hurt director Alan Zweig about finding Steve Fonyo, the current state of documentary, what it means to make non-fiction cinema and how that is set apart from “mere” journalism.
Kilo Two Bravo TIFF 2015 review
Hyena Road TIFF 2015 Review
Schneider vs Bax TIFF 2015 Review
Black Mass TIFF 2015 Review
Men & Chicken TIFF 2015 review
Hardcore TIFF 2015 review