animated films

Michael Bay explains Benghazi, Charlie Kaufman does Anomalisa and the Macbeths reveal what made them do it

Also Ingrid Bergman’s own story, a tour of Renaissance masterpieces and weak films for kids and voyeurs

A Hollywood black mark in Trumbo, a new Rocky in Creed and an infamous psych experiment at Stanford

Also new European films, a slacker’s turnaround and dinosaurs for the kids

Sex Tape for adults, Planes for kids and The Purge for the ghouls among us

And also watch for a funny Vancouver film: Lawrence & Holloman

The Monuments Men, The Lego Movie and celebrations of animated films, special effects, the outdoors and Jean-Luc Godard

Is The Lego Movie really better than George Clooney’s new one? Strange but true.

Jack Ryan, Charles Dickens, plus singing oil sands workers and Canada’s “best” films

A mobile spy, a revered writer and a cross-dressing entrepreneur are featured in the new movies this week.

Must-see films for children (Frozen) and mature folks (Nebraska and Philomena)

Disney, Dern and Dench lead the pack this week in three wonderful films.

Woody Allen’s Blue Jasmine is one of his best, while Blackfish and The Attack are thought-provoking

Cate Blanchett delivers an Oscar-worthy performance in Blue Jasmine

RED 2 and Turbo disappoint, The Hunt and The Conjuring get scary and The Act of Killing amazes

They try hard but Bruce Willis, John Malkovich, Mary Louise Parker and Helen Mirren deliver less in the sequel RED 2.

The Lone Ranger flubs, Despicable Me 2 amuses and Redgrave and Stamp charm in Unfinished Song

The old west is back, visually at least, in The Lone Ranger.