We’ve got two new films in town plus more to see at DOXA and if that’s not enough consider these: It’s Friday the 13th and if that calls for some horror entertainment here are two...
But there’s more: a drag queen singing, a conflicted detective, a Maori chess teacher, a hot comedy duo and a video game’s move to the big screen
There are also two fine BC documentaries and two sub-standard films from some very big stars.
Joaquin, Meryl and Mark face stress, each in their own way, in the week’s new films.
Julia Roberts has fun playing it evil in the Snow White send-up, Mirror Mirror
I have mixed feelings about the sex trade. I feel men and women enter the sex trade as a result of many complex social issues such as drug addiction, poverty, and a history of sexual abuse....
The shapeshifting toys are back in Transformers: Dark of the Moon, one of the biggest movies of the summer but a blow to history. (read more)
In October of 1882, Oscar Wilde arrived by train in New Brunswick to give a lecture on "The practical application of the principals of the Aesthetic Theory to exterior and interior house decorations...
Julia Roberts sails away with sensitive/macho uber hunk Javier Bardem: a match made in middle age heaven.
Julia Roberts cycles off to find food, spirituality and romance in Eat Pray Love. Does she match the beloved book? (Read more)