New Movies

The Perks of Being a Wallflower, Winnie and Frankenweenie: reviews

Emma Watson and Logan Lerman endure high school in The Perks of Being a Wallflower.

VIFF picks for Tuesday and Wednesday: Lore, Tabu, Helpless, Haydn and Johnny Cash

Facing up to World War 2 damage and guilt in the VIFF film called Lore.

VIFF picks: García Bernal in NO, Monsanto in Bitter Seeds

Gael García Bernal revives Chilean history in NO, one of today’s VIFF picks.

Best VIFF documentary and drama picks through the weekend

Midnight’s Children kicks it off but the documentaries are extra strong at the film festival this year.

Milla Jovovich back in Resident Evil: Retribution, Finding Nemo in glorious 3D

Finding Nemo is a perfect family film, for kids and adults.

Samsara is stunning, The Words is thoughtful, Farewell My Queen is deluxe, Iron Sky and For a Good Time, Call...dumb

Exotic images from around the world combine for a universal message in Samsara.

The Bourne Legacy re-boots nicely, Hope Springs stark on marriage, Kumaré probes religion and Killer Joe gets nasty

Jeremy Renner is the new man running for his life in The Bourne Legacy.

Step Up Revolution is fun, Sholem Aleichem and Vito illuminate and a Hitchcock classic for just $1

Great dance sequences plus protest and romance enliven Step Up Revolution.

The Dark Knight Rises and almost wows, Trishna fumbles a classic and Beasts of the Southern Wild may just be one

Christian Bale as The Dark Knight broods, sulks and finally swoops onto screens all over.

Peace Out, Beasts of the Southern Wild, Collaborator, Neil Young Journeys and Ice Age

This week's new movies in Vancouver span the spectrum from ho hum to happening.