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Blasts from the past: Hoffa hires The Irishman, new-style...
Your numerology cycles November 16–30
Photos: Big Sugar sweetens up the Commodore
Reviews of a Stephen King sequel, an old-style war movie...
Arnie is back again, Antonio portrays his director and...
Your numerology cycles November 1–15
Bangarra: 65,000 year old avant garde
Savoring three good ones: Parasite’s class consciousness,...
Differently abling the specially needy
Silly fun with Ant-Man; off-the grid emotions in Leave No Trace and a quirky feminist western
Also two of the best of Hot Docs: one placid, idyllic; the other harsh and angry and a pot-fuelled trip starring Christopher Plummer
Jul 5th, 2018
American Animals, a fine heist movie, Sicario 2, evil on the Mexican border, and Hearts Beat Loud, amiable
Also: visit a fashion icon, an anime rarity, basketball stars as actors, a creepy Canadian thriller and a post-Holocaust story told with humor and chutzpah
Jun 29th, 2018
More stomping from the Jurassic dinosaurs, a hopeful essay on climate change and real work observed
Also: Bono’s daughter and a Vancouver up and comer portray a married couple going wrong
Jun 21st, 2018
Incredible superhero home life, remembering Mr. Rogers and a teenager’s rule-choked Iran
Also a best-selling mystery from Italy and the return of blaxploitation with Superfly
Jun 14th, 2018
Women on an elaborate heist, farm work by women while the men are off to war and a modern gothic horror
Also Jodie Foster patching up criminals and two documentaries about major artists
Jun 7th, 2018
A sailing yarn for summer; a parson’s turn to social responsibility and a quest for true love by an older woman
And much more: an environmental artist, young love crashing on a beach, colonial errors in South America and a black cop’s misdeeds here in Canada
May 31st, 2018
Han Solo’s back story, a style maven’s triumph and a small festival of indie films
Another week, another blockbuster. Solo is the new one and that’s three in theatres right now and more lined up to come. If they’re not your thing you could take the advice the Wall Street Journal...
May 24th, 2018
Deadpool jokes again; Jane Fonda reads in Book Club, and two modern icons explain their missions
Also: an artist’s intense struggles, two gay love stories and a bad doggie.
May 17th, 2018
Annette Bening does Chekov, Melissa McCarthy goes back to college and DOXA offers up another gem
Or you could catch a colorful and bloody revenge thriller and a cryptic Alberta gothic
May 10th, 2018
Finding help for a new mother, battling a rich creep and cruising the big issues in DOXA’s documentaries
The Avengers are still hogging the audience. That’s why there are only two new films to write about this week, and this unexpected plus: extra space to consider some of the documentaries playing at...
May 3rd, 2018