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10 Best Movies of the Decade you will want to see again

As the decade comes to an end, it’s impossible to not feel a sense that the landscape has changed forever. We’ve spent the last decade witnessing the silenced and marginalized become heard. The seams of an ...

Students prepare to show their short films at local theatre

Students from Sheridan College will be screening their creations this week at film.ca cinemas. On April 22, first-year Bachelor of Film and Television students will present their two-minute short narrative scenes and entries from a “48-hour film ...

Movie Review: Never unfriend the dead

Effective horror movies are like encountering a majestic unicorn in a mundane world, they’re few and far between. Unfriended succeeds with an unapologetic, anti-bullying message. The real life possibility that we are never really safe, not ...

Movie Review: Paul Blart returns in this witless, unnecessary sequel

The viewers of an early Friday screening of Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2 knew exactly what to expect: an abhorrent 94-minute sequel to Kevin James’ 2009 film.

Movie Review: The Longest Ride is too sweet and too Sparksian

Cowboys, pretentious art students, wartime love letters and a contrived romantic narrative that bashes at the heart, screaming for tears — The Longest Ride is this year’s Nicholas Sparks adaptation. And so it goes, the ...

Oakville women’s club welcomes award-winning author, Eva Stachniak

Award-winning author Eva Stachniak visited the American Women’s Club of Oakville for their monthly meeting on Thursday at St. Paul’s United Church.

Movie Review: Furious 7 is a spectacular tribute to Paul Walker

There’s only one way to describe the latest Fast and Furious movie — it’s an assault on the senses, a non-stop parade of bullets, flying supercars, hand-to-hand combat and cheesy one-liners.

Movie Review: Home is a familiar yet heartwarming adventure.

The cute, squishy alien creatures in Dreamworks’ latest picture — based on the acclaimed children’s book The True Meaning of Smekday by Adam Rex — come to earth looking for a place to hide from their ...

Movie Review: Insurgent takes the Divergent series deeper into Virtual Reality

There seems to be a demand for dystopian science fiction steeped with heroic, merciless female characters. The Divergent series — based on the popular YA novels by Veronica Roth — returns to kick off the ...

Movie Review: Disney’s Cinderella is back in expert form

Magic wands, gleaming glass shoes and impossibly elegant dresses glitter with pixie dust. A handsome prince is on the lookout for a companion; beside him a dying king waits to see his son and kingdom ...

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