by ALEX ROSE
Comedy stars Steve Carell and Channing Tatum go dark in this story of an insane billionaire and his human toys.
We spoke to the indie film icon about her role as a dead woman in the new Jean-Marc Vallée film, Wild.
Jean-Marc Vallée's follow-up to Dallas Buyers Club is a skilled handling of schmaltzy material. And it has one great thing going for it.
The Imitation Game is a fascinating tale of a troubled genius, but only Cumberbatch can rescue it from its own formula.
Ridley Scott’s new all-star Moses epic is riddled with flaws and overreaches its descent into darkness, but it’s a fascinating fiasco nonetheless.
Michael Hoffman's Some Girls is equal parts syrupy Spielbergian holiday fantasy and lowbrow horndog comedy. But the backstory (if it's true) is intriguing.
Giuliano Bossa and Melanie Parent's feature-length documentary about the local music scene can be seen here.
Damien Chazelle’s film about a jazz drummer and his tyrannical conductor might not be subtle, but is it ever intense.
by SCREEN TEAM
Our critics review documentaries about Hayao Miyazaki and American actor, Vietnam vet & gentle giant Ronnie Hall, screening this weekend at RIDM.
AND a TV pilot. We spoke to the teams behind Dope Ass World and Dépflies, vying for the CBC's ComedyCoup competition win.
Mockingjay Part 1 feels like a segment of a binge-watching session rather than a standalone film. But it still has its merits.
We've picked out some of the most interesting screenings at image + nation, which runs through Nov. 30.
* Baba Souk pop-up sale at Espace POP
* Bad Santa & Le Père Noël est une ordure double bill at the Cinémathèque
* Shy Shy Under the Mistletoe comedy, burlesque & live music at the Wiggle Room
* Comedy Hostel stand-up showcase at MBar
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