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Movie Review: Beautiful Change with Born in China

If you can’t stand watching cuddly pandas hanging around for an hour and a half, stay far away from Born in China, Disney’s newest documentary adventure. But this isn’t some animated nuisance with crazy antics. ...

Oakville Celebrates National Canadian Film Day

April 19th 2017 is National Canadian Film Day, billed as the largest film festival in the world, is being celebrated across the town of Oakville with various events both private and open to the public ...

Movie Review: Furious 8 is Loud and Proud

If it’s awesome action and great popcorn munching you’re after, here it is. The Fate of the Furious, the latest Fast and Furious movie, has everything its fans are craving. Exploding cars, cool buds hanging ...

Movie Review: New Smurfs are Nothing Special

In the crowded Animation genre, most movies try to be as loud and grandiose as they can hoping to stand out. Smurfs: The Lost Village, happily does the opposite, and is a gentle, simple movie ...

Movie Review: The Boss Baby is a Bundle of Joy

It’s rare movies with a (clearly) young target audience are both sweet and entertaining. But The Boss Baby is a modestly charming surprise for family audiences, in a simple, whimsical way. Not everyone can stand ...

Beauty and the Beast is a New Kind of Beautiful

Beauty and the Beast is the first jaw-dropping blockbuster of the year, and it’s magnificent to behold on screen. It’s exquisite, charming, whimsical, and sweetly controversial. Above all else, the movie is both entertaining and ...

Kong: Skull Island Skips the Subtlety

Enormous in size and difficult to describe, Kong has a presence that’s impossible to ignore. His latest movie, Kong Skull Island, is a visually remarkable film that echoes the highs and lows as it’s 1933 ...

Movie Review: Logan’s Legacy at Last Complete

Visceral, violent, and vitally important, Logan (the newest X-Men adventure) is boldly different from multiple genres and infectiously dynamic. It’s a masterpiece to behold with it’s beautiful scenery and acting, and most of all, a ...

Movie Review: Fist Fight an Unfunny Flop

Despite being only mid-February, this weekend might already feature the worst movie of 2017. New Line Cinema’s new barely-a-blockbuster comedy Fist Fight takes a fabulous premise and shamelessly disappoints.

Movie Review: A Second Forgettable Fifty Shades

Fifty Shades of Grey, and now the Fifty Shades franchise, have become cultural icons with a controversial reputation in the romance, drama, and sex genres. The inappropriately named sequel Fifty Shades Darker, however, is actually ...

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