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Aladdin drops in again, the Booksmart girls wonder what...
Photos: Elle King shakes up Vancouver
Broaching a Bake-off w/o a recipe
Violence and style from John Wick, bios of two history...
Your numerology cycles May 16–31
Byzantium: the other liturgy
A new look for Ryan Reynolds, a new impression of Rudolph...
Nassim wants to get fresh with you
V.O.'s "Faust" gives Devil his due
Volkmar Richter reviews new movies opening in Vancouver on Fridays.
Oprah graces A Wrinkle in Time, our city stars in Meditation Park and a sharp new director helms Thoroughbreds
Also Trump won’t like the Mexican criminals in Gringo; people will cower when The Strangers Prey at Night and few know anything about The Hurricane Heist
Mar 9th, 2018
Women in films this week: spying, hosting, feeling guilty, living transgender and filling an entire festival
And there are these alternatives: Boost, a Canadian film that should be better known, Nostalgia, about our memories and possessions and Death Wish, a blast of gun porn
Mar 2nd, 2018
A sci-fi mystery in Annihilation, silly laughs on Game Night and two more Oscar nominees
Also Every Day, a young adult tale that promotes inclusiveness for the high school crowd
Feb 22nd, 2018
Black Panther’s Afro-futurism, Early Man’s British humor and Oscar’s short-film hopefuls
Also a weekend of socially conscious documentaries ranging from the arms trade, the harm that high tech gadgets do to Vancouver’s housing crisis
Feb 16th, 2018
Directly Affected: a new film with everything you need to know about B.C.’s pipeline battle
Justin Trudeau faced hecklers in Nanaimo. Rachel Notley and John Horgan are flinging indignant words, threats even, back and forth between Edmonton and Victoria. A national columnist demands...
Feb 8th, 2018
New films with Annette Bening, Isabelle Huppert and Helen Mirren, one of them not so good
And new and old films in a series for Black History Month
Feb 1st, 2018
Reviews of In the Fade, timely, the new Maze Runner, loud, and Hollow in the Land, local
Also three documentaries about geek girls, musclemen and a pre-Beatles band in Liverpool
Jan 25th, 2018
US soul searching in 12 Strong, Hostiles and The Final Year
Also films on arty pretensions, an impossible bank heist and a stereotype of a women’s tale
Jan 19th, 2018
Reviews of Spielberg’s new one, Daniel-Day Lewis’ last and the new Paddington
Also menace on a commuter train, our sick oceans, a Spanish shriek about the world today and Canada’s best
Jan 11th, 2018
Recalling a tabloid sensation in I, Tonya and Psycho’s shower horror in 78/52
Or you can watch some of Italy’s best, old and new, in a week-long festival
Jan 4th, 2018