by ALEX ROSE
Mexican misery master Alejandro González Iñárritu’s new film is tonally lighter, technically dazzling & beautifully acted. But it’s still a pissy tantrum that deals in absolutes.
Nuclear Neighbourhood screens as part of Soundcentral's Squalorween party.
And not just because he lost weight. The Gyllenhaalaissance is on.
The 20th edition of this festival of French movies (with English subtitles) has a particularly strong program this year, screening Nov. 6–16. See our highlights here.
William Shatner and a few other (better) actors star in 1982's Visiting Hours, another marvel from the Tax Shelter era of Canadian cinema.
by LORRAINE CARPENTER
St. Vincent seems tailor-made for awards season. That’s not a good thing.
by SHAWN STENHOUSE
And Reeves isn't even the biggest problem with John Wick.
Recontres internationales du documentaire de Montréal presents movies on a huge range of subjects, Nov. 12–23. See our highlights here.
by KAYLA MARIE HILLIER
We spoke to Hunter S. Thompson collaborator Ralph Steadman and the director of a new doc about him, For No Good Reason.
by SCREEN TEAM
Pascal Plante's debut feature is not what it seems PLUS more films screening today and tomorrow at the Festival du nouveau cinéma.
David Ayer’s ultra-macho WWII movie is brutal. But as one of the few films about a tank crew ever made, it has built-in appeal.
Heaven Adores You celebrates the music and not-so-dark life of the late singer-songwriter PLUS more screening this weekend at the Festival du nouveau cinéma.
* Halloween Anti-Austerity March
* Thriller Zombie Dance
* Halloween parties at bars & clubs
* Art events today & tomorrow
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