New Movies

Ida relives history, John Hamm seeks a Million Dollar Arm and Godzilla stomps again

Also this week is Belle, a classy drama about fighting bigotry and slavery in 18th century England.

Seth Rogen, Scarlett Johansson and Tom Hardy get entangled in weird situations

Also, there are those fans of My Little Pony? Read about their obsession.

How Vancouver helped turn Spider-Man’s fantasy into reality

An actor or a digital image? Local visual effects artists keep you believing, not guessing.

Spider-Man swoops back; Joe is a backwoods gothic and DOXA’s documentaries enlighten

Too many villains keep Spider-Man hopping in his latest movie.

New at the movies: cool vampires, harsh war memories, cold revenge and the Holocaust, too

Tilda Swinton, Colin Firth and the lesser-known Macon Blair star in the week’s most interesting fictional movies.

Captain America Takes on Robert Redford; Donald Rumsfeld doesn’t give an inch and Jason Priestley makes a movie

Comic book fantasy mixes with real-world politics at the movies this week.

Noah and his ark like you’ve never seen before, plus two Vancouver and a lot of French films

Russell Crowe is the moody zealot and ark builder Noah.

Pompeii is buried, spies shoot up Europe and the nature of art is considered in the week’s new movies

A Toronto-generated vision of ancient Rome’s doomed city of Pompeii