Hugh Grant

Films about race and poverty in Paris, low-life exuberance in London and Werner Herzog re-tracing a friend’s quest

Also: damning memories from and since the Viet Nam war, an innovative dance choreographer in 3-D, the latest unhinged act by Nicolas Cage and a new but unseen version of The Turn of the Screw

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

Meryl Streep sings again, a politician crashes and Disney brings another fine family film

You can also watch Brian Cranston outwit drug dealers, a top Nazi get targeted, an Toronto everyman flounder, wine collectors get scammed and Seth Rogen curdle your ears with some R-rated animation

Reviews of Cloud Atlas, The Imposter, In Their Skin, and The Color Wheel

Tom Hanks, Halle Berry and others play multiple characters in Cloud Atlas.

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.

"Hacked": Canadian producers take on computer hacking in new reality series

This past week I was lucky enough to be invited inside the production office of the new TV show “Hacked”, a half-hour variety/documentary series that explores the illusive world of computer hacking....

JK Rowling held “hostage” by British tabloids

The world-famous Harry Potter author tells UK courts how she was constantly violated and harassed by the press.

Avatar, The Young Victoria and Penelope Cruz: This Week’s Big New Movies

It’s that time of year. So many good movies arrive just as we’re so busy with the holidays. James Cameron, Emily Blunt, Penelope Cruz and even Hugh Grant with Sarah Jessica Parker want to entertain yo