Amanda Seyfried

Kong is big but unremarkable, Window Horses is diverse and whimsical and The Last Word welcomes back Shirley MacLaine

And notice especially the passionate defense of journalistic courage in All Governments Lie

A foul mouthed teddy bear, Swedish humour, a Kiwi western and an Indian 'Godfather'

Reviews of 'Ted 2', 'A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence', 'Slow West' and 'Gangs of Wasseypur'

Vancouver's Elysium intriguing, The Canyons and Lovelace lurid and creepy

Matt Damon battles the new world order of the year 2154 in Elysium.

After 25 Years, Les Mis still hits the mark

Peter Lockyear and Jason Forbach are standouts in their respective roles.

Holiday hair: 6 easy looks

Besides the dress and the make-up, styled locks are the "mane" attraction when it comes to looking the part.  With Christmas quickly approaching, here are six hair ideas that will turn heads at...

Battle Los Angeles, Mars Needs Moms, Red Riding Hood, Of Gods and Men, Film Socialism

Aaron Eckhart has to save the United States from invaders from outer space in Battle Los Angeles. (read more)

Vancouver's Kacey Rohl to star with Amanda Seyfried in 'Red Riding Hood'

Vibrant Vancouver actor, Kacey Rohl, is adding another impressive credit to her ever-exanding resume, with a role alongside Amanda Seyfried (Mamma Mia, Chloe) in the upcoming feature film ‘Red Riding...

Legendary characters everywhere: Russell Crowe as Robin Hood, Trotsky in Montreal and Juliet in Verona

Russell Crowe and Ridley Scott. Together again, with Robin Hood. Have they got another Gladiator? (Read more)

A Different Ben Stiller, a Rockin’ Neil Young and How to Train a Dragon Are New in Theatres, But Don’t Forget Mother

A kids' tale about dragons and Vikings, an obsessive Korean mother, a moping Ben Stiller or Neil Young on Stage. What a week for good movie choices. (Read more)

A Mild Tearjerker, a Violent War on Terrorists and an All-Too Quirky First Film Are New in Movie Theatres

Dear John is not The Notebook, From Paris With Love is not James Bond, Saint of Las Vegas is not Dante’s Inferno. But They Do Give It A Try.And are they worth seeing? (Read more)