Owen Wilson

Multiple Cate Blanchetts in Manifesto, Salma Hayek’s dissent in Beatriz at Dinner and facing obsolescence in Cars 3

Also: life well-observed in The Commune, a different kind of boxing movie with Olli Mäki and a dodgy bio of rapper Tupac Shakur

Deadpool high up Vancouver's viaduct, Zoolander back again and a Canadian kid classic remade

And note the extreme sports, some of them brand new, and the environmental issues on view at the Mountain Film Festival

Late August fare: two smart films, two Canadian, a bit of imperialism and a lot of dancing

'The End of the Tour' and 'Mistress America' lead the pack but a 'Backcountry' horror and some B.C. mountain men aren’t far behind.

Selma, Inherent Vice plus Canada’s 10 Best and a festival of Italian films

A civil rights campaign led by Martin Luther King is recreated in the most prominent of the week’s new films.

Ethan Hawke stars in two of the new films this week—one very good, the other very bad

Ethan Hawke is back with Julie Delpy, chatting, bantering brightly and arguing in Before Midnight.

Best new movies to see in Vancouver this weekend

Starbuck is a Canadian film well worth celebrating. It played at VIFF and is now in general release.

Bad Teacher, Cars 2, Beginners, an epic history from China and a rediscovered sci-fi gem

School’s out. Cameron Diaz has an unpleasant view of it all in Bad Teacher.

Midnight in Paris, Woody Allen’s most entertaining film in years. Also X-Men, Beijing Taxi, Orgasm Inc. and fun with exploitation pictures

Owen Wilson acts out Woody Allen’s words and artistic fantasies in Midnight in Paris. (read more)

Biutiful, Hall Pass, Alamar, a re-edited Justin Bieber and some Academy Award thoughts

Javier Bardem is up for an Oscar for playing a dying criminal and good father in Biutiful. (read more)

Rock goes wild in Get Him To The Greek, dogs talk in Marmaduke, and geneticists play God in Splice

You've seen then before, with Sarah Marshall. Now Aldous Snow and that stocky guy are in their own movie. (Read more)