Steven Spielberg

A dog lover’s cinematic delight, Spielberg’s dip back into the 1980s and another expose of a financial racket

Also the emotional life story of a BC slam poet, and three new films from France (one about the country our peacekeepers are going to)

Reviews of Spielberg’s new one, Daniel-Day Lewis’ last and the new Paddington

Also menace on a commuter train, our sick oceans, a Spanish shriek about the world today and Canada’s best

A new Tarzan for our times, a friendly giant for the kids and De Palma talking about himself

Also a second-tier John Le Carré, a dialed-down Ibsen play, a slow-starting but strong Italian film and a weird comedown for Daniel Radcliffe

The real Steve Jobs, a spy swap by Tom Hanks and our local south Asian gangsters by Deepa Mehta

Also a sex comedy, a lesbian fight for rights, a movie surrealist, a film pioneer and a five-continent study of issues around breastfeeding

The past is back in Jurassic Park 3D, Lore, Ginger and Rosa, Evil Dead and Miami Connection

The dinosaurs are back, big and scary as ever in a 20-year-old movie that stands up well.

Lincoln’s history lesson,Twilight’s energetic exit and Chasing Ice’s climate change testimony

Two big films for two audiences: the fifth Twilight for young people; Lincoln for the adults.

War Horse, Tin Tin, The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo and more big movies for Christmas

Steven Spielberg brings us both War Horse and The Adventures of Tin Tin this holiday season.

The Book of Mormon wins big at 2011 Tony Awards

Creators of the animated satirical comedy South Park, Matt Stone and Trey Parker, captured Broadway by storm this Tony season with their stage debut The Book of Mormon. The irreverent musical stole...

Super 8, Little White Lies, Loose Cannons and more

Super 8 is the most interesting film of the week thanks to a well-told story, lots of action and some natural young actors. (Read more)