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Candid scenes with Leonard Cohen and his muse, housing...
Sahibs & subalterns; Raj "Ends Well?"
More action from Spider-Man, a pagan cult in Midsommar and...
Your numerology cycles July 1–15
Deeeeep detritus => haute couture
Beatles tunes and fantasy in Yesterday, a mesmerizing...
All-you-can-eat hors d'oeuvres @ Bard
Conflicting toy movies and two films to mark National...
Giacometti & peers: "no lack of void”
Bronco & Buster mutually saddle up
Safe Haven, Beautiful Creatures, Die Hard and the made-in-Vancouver Escape from Planet Earth
Romance in the sun and occasionally rain, in Safe Haven, the latest film from a Nicholas Sparks novel.
Feb 14th, 2013
High praise for the 5-decade film diary 56 UP, women of India in The World Before Her and Japan’s Studio Ghibli animations
Fifty years ago they were children; today they’re facing middle age. The celebrated Up Series has followed more than a dozen ordinary English folks all that time and offers the latest update.
Dec 7th, 2012
The Master, Looper, Pitch Perfect, Hotel Transylvania, Vulgaria, Won’t Back Down
The Master, with Joaquin Phoenix and Philip Seymour Hoffman may be the movie of the year.
Sep 28th, 2012
Expendables 2 is a blast, ParaNorman is beautifully animated, Whitney Houston sings her last and Sugar Man is a real find
Sometime Vancouver resident Jean-Claude Van Damme joins Arnie, Sly, Chuck and others in The Expendables 2.
Aug 16th, 2012
Peace Out, Beasts of the Southern Wild, Collaborator, Neil Young Journeys and Ice Age
This week's new movies in Vancouver span the spectrum from ho hum to happening.
Jul 12th, 2012
Rock of Ages, That's My Boy, The Artist is Present, Foreverland and more films reviewed
Tom Cruise is the scene stealer in the film version of the Broadway’s Rock of Ages.
Jun 15th, 2012
The Lady, The Five-Year Engagement, Safe, Warriors of the Rainbow and four other new films reviewed
Michelle Yeoh plays The Lady, Burma’s democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi, in a new, well-timed film.
Apr 27th, 2012
Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax, People of a Feather and a wild party in Project X
Two films have strong environmental messages this week: one’s an artful documentary; the other is animated for children.
Mar 2nd, 2012
Film reviews: We Need To Talk about Kevin, listen to Chico and Rita, get out of the Safe House and take a journey to a Mysterious Island
A mother’s self doubt turns into a harrowing nightmare in We Need to Talk About Kevin
Feb 10th, 2012
Drive, The Guard, Lion King 3-D, I Don’t Know How She Does It and a VIFF update
Ryan Gosling doesn’t say a great deal but communicates a lot in Drive. To find out what, read more.
Sep 16th, 2011