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A scary Marriage Story, a classy Knives Out murder mystery and fighting DuPont in Dark Waters
Also black lives matter for Queen & Slim, the Winnipeg General Strike recalled in Stand! and an actor’s true story in Honey Boy
Nov 29th, 2019
Reviews of Maggie’s Plan, a modern screwball comedy, and two sequels, The Conjuring 2 and Now You See Me 2
With the jazz fest not far off, the VanCity has a doc about the troubled history of the saxophone and 3 more with jazz and blues themes.
Jun 9th, 2016
Three movies tell real stories: Spotlight, The 33 and Mavis
Also a rare visit to remotest Nepal and a Robert De Niro film going straight to video on demand.
Nov 13th, 2015
Reviews: Avengers: Age of Ultron and five DOXA documentaries
Only two films in history have been bigger money makers than The Avengers. Now, here’s the follow up. How does it match up? If it’s reality you’re after, check out the documentaries at DOXA....
Apr 30th, 2015
Foxcatcher, award ready; Horrible Bosses 2, no prize; and fun with race issues in Dear White People
Steve Carell as you've never seen him before. Also a stroll through Chinatown and nutty antics in Dog River, Sask.
Nov 28th, 2014
Pull Together: Indigenous leadership shows the way forward to fight climate change
Indigenous leaders are showing the way forward, while a new campaign, Pull Together, invites British Columbians to put reconciliation into action.
Sep 22nd, 2014
Apes rampage, Keira Knightley sings and Roger Ebert gets a review of his own life
And also note the return of two master directors: Bertolucci and Jodorowsky
Jul 11th, 2014
Robert Redford a triumph in All is Lost
Robert Redford finds deep trouble sailing a leaky boat in All Is Lost.
Oct 24th, 2013
The Avengers, Darling Companion, Headwinds and DOXA documentary reviews
Ironman, Captain America and four superhero buddies hit the big screen hard in Marvel’s The Avengers.
May 4th, 2012
Inception, The Kids Are All Right, The Sorcerer’s Apprentice, plus music and Brazilian films
Annette Bening and Julianne Moore head up an alternative family with ultra-modern issues in The Kids Are All Right. Leonardo DiCaprio goes futuristic with Inception. (Read more)
Jul 16th, 2010