Tag Archive "2017"

Movie Review: Kingsman 2’s a Killer Ride

Speed, luxurious design and a pulse-pounding edge all ooze from Kingsman: The Golden Circle. It’s an action spy comedy that’s action-packed, smooth, and disturbingly funny. The only trouble is it delivers exactly what audiences are ...

Movie Review: IT is a Terrifying Treat

Following three lackluster weeks at the box office, the first blockbuster of the fall is here. And It (meaning the noun and the title) delivers everything fans of the popular horror property have hoped for. ...

Mohammed Eseifan Summer Internships TU20

Silicon Halton Tech Under 20’s Summer Internships

School is out, and an army of 100,000 youth has been unleashed on Halton region, and for a few they are being involved with Silicon Halton Tech Under 20 summer internships. For students (and their ...

Logan Lucky

Movie Review: Logan Lucky’s Lots of Fun

August is no stranger to quirky studio films, but the new crime comedy Logan Lucky is the most original and sincere movie this summer.

Movie Review: An Important, Inconvenient Sequel

Sometimes movies are made without the primary goal of entertaining an audience, but few succeed as engaging and compelling films. I’m happy to report An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power, Al Gore’s second nature documentary, ...

The Dark Tower

Movie Review: It’s a Short, Boring, Dark Tower

The month of August is known for uninspiring blockbusters, and The Dark Tower is no exception. It’s shallow from the beginning, and the fantasy action is far from engaging.

Movie Review: Dunkirk’s a Dynamic War Drama

Few war movies challenge the basic formula and themes of those before it, using heroic characters in dangerous places to showcase what history was like. Dunkirk, the latest blockbuster with a backbone from director Christopher ...

Theatre Review: The Gamble Delivers with Guys & Dolls

Musical lovers rejoice: whether you’ve seen Guys & Dolls a hundred times or never before, you’ve never seen a production as slick and satisfying as the one currently playing at the Stratford Festival of Canada ...

Movie Review: Delightful Fun in Despicable Me 3

In a summer filled so far with unremarkable movies, Despicable Me 3 comes right down the middle of the road. Though it may be missing the special charm and originality that made the first one ...

Movie Review: Transformers 5 Crashes and Burns

If you’re wondering whether Transformers: The Last Knight is worth a visit to the cinema this summer, I’ll say it plainly as possible. Don’t. And if you’re (somehow) a fan wondering if Transformers 5 is ...

Next Page »