Two Days One Night Special Presentations Two Days, One Night, the latest film by Jean and Luc Dardenne, has one of those tidy premises that lends itself well to a concise pitch: a woman has one weekend to convince coworkers to give up their bonuses so that she may keep her job. To expand on […]
Attempting to capitalize on "Brosnan-as-Bond" nostalgia, November Man is more straight-to-DVD than 007.
Double Play: James Benning and Richard Linklater is a documentary by a film nerd, about film nerds, for film nerds.
Only one new film at The Bloor this week, a pretty good look at the inspiration behind Dog Day Afternoon in The Dog.
With the last chapter of this triple-dipped prequel series coming out at the end of the year, we can't help but wonder is there any 'new material' left for us to get excited about?
Quentin Tarantino was at Comic Con in San Diego this weekend and confirmed that he will indeed be saddling up again to make his second western, the on again, off again Hateful Eight!
Check out the trailer for upcoming doc The Death of Superman Lives: What Happened? where Jon Schnepp delves into the 1998 Superman film that almost was...
Actor and writer Wallace Shawn and director Jonathan Demme attempt to do justice to Ibsen and Louis Malle with A Master Builder, but neither seem to get a handle on the material.
In I Origins, writer/ director Mike Cahill uses the old cliche ‘The Eyes Are the Mirror to the Soul’ to make something relatively original.
We had the pleasure of sitting down with I Origins director Mike Cahill and star Michael Pitt in Toronto earlier this month.
The second round of The Purge is more of the same hard to believe baloney. Yet since the first film made so much money despite critics largely hating it, let's hope audiences have learned their lesson by now.
Some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have strange jobs thrust upon them because they are broke and look like somebody who has achieved greatness. Bronx Obama is an excellent documentary about how circumstances and necessity led Louis Ortiz down an unusual life path. Like so many blue collared workers, Ortiz found himself […]
Pulp Nightvision One thing that made the Brit-pop explosion of the 90s brilliant was how every band had their own sound and image to match. There was Oasis with their balls-to-the wall Manchester working class swagger, Blur with their London educated art-rock, then there was the less easily defined Pulp, born in the unlikely town […]
The Immortalists World Showcase The Immortalists follows Aubrey de Grey and Bill Andrews, two very different biologists who share the same goal: reversing the aging process. While their common objective does cause their paths to intersect from time to time, they’re not on the same journey. As a result, the film lacks focus, delving into […]
Dork Shelf was fortunate enough to visit the Toronto set of Copper where Five Points has been recreated inside what used to be the Fenwick Automotive factory. Cast members let us in on what's bigger and better about season two and why working on the show has been such a fun and humbling experience.
Despite a clever, non-linear structure the biopic Lovelace narrows its focus too much to be an interesting or even all that original look at its subject.
The first batch of films for this year's Toronto International Film Festival were announced this morning - including opening night film The Fifth Estate - and here's a look at what cinephiles have to look forward to starting this September the 5th.
Don't feel like braving the crowd at Yonge and Dundas square tonight? Then bomb around town and listen to some of these lovely ladies on what I've declared as the unofficial NXNE Ladies night.