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Summer action with those Caribbean Pirates, Baywatching lifeguards and a couple of adult tourists
Also getting a great jazzman’s story and a replacement groom for a wedding
May 26th, 2017
Reviewed: A new Alien chapter, the ordinary lives of Certain Women and Lovers who cheat
Also a new Wimpy Kid, a forbidden teen romance, high school chaos in animation and Vancouver’s housing crisis explored
May 19th, 2017
King Arthur gets modernized, Snatched puts Goldie and Amy in peril. Bon Cop Bad Cop 2 is more bilingual scuffling
Also The Wall, a small but potent war movie, Boston, a salute to the Marathon and The Belko Experiment’s gruesome doings
May 11th, 2017
Flashy adventure with the Guardians, corrosive poverty for Daniel Blake, Vancouver’s housing crisis on screen
Also America’s original celebrity chef and a crime that shakes two families
May 4th, 2017
Films about art and artists with Emily Dickenson, Cézanne and some sparkling Shakespeare
Also Poland’s most important painter versus the Communists and Richard Gere as a political hustler
Apr 28th, 2017
Searching for a Lost City, eyeing the wildlife of China, honoring the guru of better cities
And there’s more: friends and monsters connect long distance, wartime feelings that don’t go away and the real life of drug addicts
Apr 20th, 2017
Reviews of Their Finest, superb, Maudie, heartrending, Black Code, a digital-age warning
Also Canadian films get a special day (in some places a week) and a pilgrim trek suitable for Easter
Apr 11th, 2017
Music people as seen by Terrence Malick, bank robbery as revenge by seniors and a Smurfy surprise
Also the seeds of David Lynch’s art, a wrestling rom-com and European films at the Reel to Real Festival
Apr 6th, 2017
Ghost in the Shell, weak, The Zookeeper’s Wife, muddled, and The Boss Baby, great fun
Also notice the choreography super star Mr. Gaga and the one-time pop-up O, Brazen Age
Mar 30th, 2017
Another hit of Trainspotting for happy cynics, Power Rangers for the kids and Life for space horror fans
Also new films with Kristen Stewart, Woody Harrelson, seniors in Toronto reclaiming their life and family yearnings in Japan
Mar 23rd, 2017