Film

Films: Boyhood delights with the drama it finds in everyday life

Also note a new le Carré with Philip Seymour Hoffman, a new Hercules with The Rock and a skirmish between science and metaphysics.

Apes rampage, Keira Knightley sings and Roger Ebert gets a review of his own life

And also note the return of two master directors: Bertolucci and Jodorowsky

Tammy needs more laughs, and Gore Vidal puts barbs into 4th of July

Susan Sarandon and Melissa McCarthy take a road trip without even a nod to Thelma and Louise

Jersey Boys is bland on film; I’ll Follow You Down is weak but the Best of Hot Docs are compelling

And in the documentaries watch for the positive side of slums.

X-Men time travel, Woody Allen plays a pimp and Adam Sandler gets milder

And definitely check out teenage Victor’s entertaining adventures in 7 Boxes.

Ida relives history, John Hamm seeks a Million Dollar Arm and Godzilla stomps again

Also this week is Belle, a classy drama about fighting bigotry and slavery in 18th century England.

Seth Rogen, Scarlett Johansson and Tom Hardy get entangled in weird situations

Also, there are those fans of My Little Pony? Read about their obsession.

Spider-Man swoops back; Joe is a backwoods gothic and DOXA’s documentaries enlighten

Too many villains keep Spider-Man hopping in his latest movie.

New at the movies: cool vampires, harsh war memories, cold revenge and the Holocaust, too

Tilda Swinton, Colin Firth and the lesser-known Macon Blair star in the week’s most interesting fictional movies.

Crazy8s gala screening and party showcases Vancouver’s brightest emerging filmmakers at The Centre

Crazy8s is an eight-day filmmaking contest that supports emerging filmmakers who have little or no access to short film funding. Paul Armstrong, Crazy8s executive director and executive producer, is...