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Crazy Rich Asians, family pressure, Alpha, life pre-history...
Your numerology cycles August 16–31
Spike Lee takes on the KKK, McQueen reveals a fashion rebel...
Kafee mit Sterblichkeit
A new tale of Winnie the Pooh, a spy comedy in need of...
Your numerology cycles August 1–15
Keyboard stars lead BachFest
Impossible Tom Cruise stunts, teen life in Eighth Grade and...
Tempestuous teapot tragedy
Volkmar Richter reviews new movies opening in Vancouver on Fridays.
Crazy Rich Asians, family pressure, Alpha, life pre-history, Wall, the Middle-East divide
Also: sky watching and wondering in Cielo; sympathy for Nico and violence and Mark Wahlberg at Mile 22
Aug 17th, 2018
Spike Lee takes on the KKK, McQueen reveals a fashion rebel and Summer 1993 offers a rare look at childhood
Also: a woman’s self-discovery in Puzzle, canine antics in Dog Days, creepy chills in The Crescent , and two other films explained but not reviewed
Aug 10th, 2018
A new tale of Winnie the Pooh, a spy comedy in need of laughs and Scotty’s sordid tales of old Hollywood
Also how Elvis reflects America and what a Surrey filmmaker reveals about China
Aug 2nd, 2018
Impossible Tom Cruise stunts, teen life in Eighth Grade and real journalism in Shock & Awe
Plus class and race issues in Blindspotting, three good ones at the VanCity, and, for the kids, Teen Titans playing around with the movies
Jul 27th, 2018
Big sequels to Mamma Mia and The Equalizer plus Joaquin Phoenix and Gus Van Sant’s return with Don’t Worry …
More? How about Mary Shelley, who wrote Frankenstein, Arrhythmia, the real Russia, Prodigals, a BC look eastward, and memories of horror with The Accountant of Auschwitz
Jul 20th, 2018
The Rock to the rescue again, brothers separated at birth and Whitney Houston’s wild life
Also Drac and family go on vacation, Mexican migrants make the best of it in New York, a telemarketer learns power selling, a teen fights depression and one man’s ideas to change soccer
Jul 13th, 2018
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 6th, 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