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Handel, Strozzi & Purcell's Italian muses
Local kid gets potty mouth in Good Boys, British teen is...
Your numerology cycles August 16–31
Women mobsters in The Kitchen, country ways in Honeyland...
EMV's "original instrument" vocals
Your numerology cycles August 1–15
Big and dumb Hobbs & Shaw; smart Amateurs and a...
Binge on baroque and beyond
Panto pantsed for Adults Only
ETC 2019: Songs of Innocence/Experience
Our best director goes Hollywood; two Chinese stars in a comic romp, J.D. Salinger’s story re-told and art thieves at work
Denis Villeneuve makes his first Hollywood film with Prisoners starring Hugh Jackman, Jake Gyllenhaal and Paul Dano
Sep 19th, 2013
Reviews of Passion, The Family and Insidious Chapter 2
Rachel McAdams is back in Mean Girls mode in Passion.
Sep 10th, 2013
Riddick’s dour action and Something in the Air’s radical nostalgia: reviews
Vin Diesel is Hollywood’s lone standard bearer this week, as Riddick
Sep 5th, 2013
Reviews of Closed Circuit,The Grandmaster, One Direction: This is Us
Eric Bana and Rebecca Hall can’t shake the surveillance in Closed Circuit
Aug 29th, 2013
The World's End is hilarious, while You’re Next is bloody and twisted
Simon Pegg sends up sci fi movies and immature men in The World’s End
Aug 22nd, 2013
The Butler, In a World and The Spectacular Now shine, while Jobs underwhelms
Forest Whitaker and Oprah relive the American civil rights movement in Lee Daniels’ The Butler
Aug 15th, 2013
Vancouver's Elysium intriguing, The Canyons and Lovelace lurid and creepy
Matt Damon battles the new world order of the year 2154 in Elysium.
Aug 9th, 2013
Woody Allen’s Blue Jasmine is one of his best, while Blackfish and The Attack are thought-provoking
Cate Blanchett delivers an Oscar-worthy performance in Blue Jasmine
Aug 1st, 2013
The Wolverine is murky, The To Do List is all about sex and Crystal Fairy is too airy
Hugh Jackman is back in his most famous role: the Alberta-born Marvel Comics mutant Wolverine.
Jul 25th, 2013
RED 2 and Turbo disappoint, The Hunt and The Conjuring get scary and The Act of Killing amazes
They try hard but Bruce Willis, John Malkovich, Mary Louise Parker and Helen Mirren deliver less in the sequel RED 2.
Jul 19th, 2013