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Your numerology cycles October 16–31
Will Smith and Eddie Murphy come back strong, Meryl Streep...
We all still pay for"The Shipment"
Four good ones at VIFF take us to The Vatican, India, the...
From China to VIFF: Cinéma Virtualité
Smile with the Joker, at VIFF grieve along with Daughter...
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Your numerology cycles October 1–15
Canada: Leaders in Diversity and Excellence at the American...
Wishful thinking in motion
The Lady, The Five-Year Engagement, Safe, Warriors of the Rainbow and four other new films reviewed
Michelle Yeoh plays The Lady, Burma’s democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi, in a new, well-timed film.
Apr 27th, 2012
Chimpanzee, The Lucky One, Damsels in Distress and five new films: review
Young Oscar’s family is in danger of attack by the “thugs” from over the ridge in the excellent wildlife documentary, Chimpanzee.
Apr 20th, 2012
Bully, The Hunter, Keyhole, The Deep Blue Sea: movie reviews
Alex tells a disturbing story as one of the victims in Bully.
Apr 13th, 2012
Reviews of Titanic 3-D, American Reunion, The Salt of Life and The Moth Diaries
The king of the world is back on the Titanic. So is Rose, now with an added dimension.
Apr 6th, 2012
Mirror Mirror, Wrath of the Titans and eight other new films reviewed
Julia Roberts has fun playing it evil in the Snow White send-up, Mirror Mirror
Mar 30th, 2012
21 Jump Street, In the Land of Blood and Honey, Jeff, Who Lives at Home: reviews
A slacker not only abides but gets a favorable portrayal in Jeff, Who Lives at Home
Mar 16th, 2012
Film reviews: John Carter, Salmon Fishing in the Yemen and Silent House
The easygoing lure of romance, Ewan McGregor and Emily Blunt in Salmon Fishing in the Yemen
Mar 9th, 2012
Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax, People of a Feather and a wild party in Project X
Two films have strong environmental messages this week: one’s an artful documentary; the other is animated for children.
Mar 2nd, 2012
Academy Award predictions: The Artist versus Hugo for Best Picture
Martin Scorsese’s Hugo is the main challenger to The Artist for the the Best Picture award at this year's Oscars.
Feb 21st, 2012
Madonna’s W.E., Reese Witherspoon in This Means War and short films vying for an Oscar
Madonna's anticipated W.E. is a lush and beautiful film, albeit a somewhat "ridiculous" one, according to this week's batch of movie reviews.
Feb 17th, 2012