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Enrico Colantoni talks ‘A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood’

Enrico Colantoni is one of Canada’s busiest actors, having appeared in a lion’s share of roles both in Canada and the US – acting in...

Matt Damon and Christian Bale Take the Wheel and the Heat in a Breathtaking Racing Film, Nature Is Just as Exciting for One Small Creature, Alicia Vikander’s Tokyo Noir, A Chinese Noir, Season Three of The Crown – at Last! And Who’s on First? What a Time to Be Alive.

Two and a half heart-pounding hours fly by as fast as the race cars in James Mangold’s fact-based drama, Ford VS Ferrari. Titans of the...

Ira Sachs on Directing ‘Frankie’

Isabelle Huppert is Frankie, a famous French actress, as life imitates art, who brings her family together, some against their will, for a...

The Irishman Crowns a Master Director’s Career, TIFF Pays Him Tribute, An All-Star WWII Film Midway Raises the Bar, Isabelle Huppert Alert!! And Disney’s Big Launch!

Martin Scorsese’s long-awaited and costly epic The Irishman, based on the life of mobster Frank Sheeran reunites dozens of stars and...

Roland Emmerich talks ‘Midway’

Roland Emmerich’s love of action and adventure in original stories is clear in his body of work. The Day After Tomorrow (2004), Godzilla...

It’s a Fem-tastic Week on the Screens as We Present Some of Cinema’s Bravest Women – Plus Our Beloved Margaret Atwood! Also, Talking Synonyms, Pilgrim Horror and Jenn and Reece Navigating Life in the Fraught World of Morning News. Ker-pow! 

Tim Miller’s Terminator: Dark Fate the direct sequel to 1991’s Terminator 2: Judgment Day, reunites Linda Hamilton and Arnold...

Two Salty Dogs Get the Eggers Treatment, Antonio Banderas Awards-Bait Showcase Pain and Glory, Seinfeld and The Bronx Connection, What Happens When You Allow Women to Drive in 2019? Nothing But Good.  So Happy Agatha Raisin’s Back, Netflix’ Star-Studded New Food Series, and Twenty-Five Years of the Best in Indie Film

Robert Pattinson and Willem Dafoe are well-matched in the curiously eccentric and utterly mesmerising The Lighthouse. Robert Eggers the...

The Impossible Brilliance of Bong Joon-Ho’s Parasite, Portrait of a Thirty-Year Struggle for Justice in a High-Profile Church Child Abuse Case, Greener Grass, a Deeply Zany Suburban Satire That’s Nothing but Awesome, Helen Mirren Tackles Catherine the Great Two Ways, a Worthy UK Noir and the 20th imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival

Bong Joon-Ho’s nearly perfect, nerve-rattling comedy thriller Parasite is a shock to the system. It’s outrageous, comic, deadly...

Interview: Antonio Banderas talks ‘Pain and Glory’

Antonio Banderas plays Salvador, a version of his longtime collaborator, Spanish filmmaker Pedro Almodóvar in the exquisite Pain and...

Shock of Shocks! I Took A Few Days Off and Missed Most of This Week’s Films!  So, Let Me Present a Two Night Only Film Event, a Searing Brit Noir to Stream, Whoopi’s YTV Short, a Vital Film Festival Focussing on Our Planet, Various Monsters, and a Clip Heavy Round-Up of Hallowe’en Film, TV and Streaming Opps

Only two nights! Kevin Smith’s Jay & Silent Bob Reboot picks up where Kevin Smith and Jason Mewes left off – eighteen! – ...

Meryl Streep Takes no Prisoners in The Laundromat,  Joker and Roy Cohn’s Essence of Evil, Bill Nighy Charms and Heals, and A-Listers Top Amazon Prime Video’s Hot New Anthology, Watergate and Tantoo Cardinal’s Series Debuts.

Steven Soderbergh’s surreal look at the state of money in the world, and those who cheat to keep it makes for a fun time. The...

Meet Robert Bateman at Select Art Galleries Newmarket on Oct 27

Meet renowned Canadian artist Robert Bateman at Select Art Galleries in Newmarket on Sunday, October 27, 2019! The FREE family event runs...

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