Rian Johnson updates and fine-tunes the classic murder-mystery structure in his delightful, all-star new film.
Noah Baumbach’s divorce film, starring Adam Driver and Scarlett Johansson, takes huge chances – most of which pay off.
Reviews of two documentaries screening today at RIDM – one from Mexico and one from Morocco.
Try as they might, Helen Mirren and Ian McKellen can’t save this twist-heavy, preposterous thriller.
Paul Feig’s Yuletide rom-com starring Emilia Clarke and Henry Golding goes the extra mile that Hallmark productions do not.
Edward Norton wrote, directed and starred in Motherless Brooklyn, an endeavour he’s been chipping away at for 20 years — and it’s a mess.
Reviews of three very different films screening today at FNC, including the latest from Pedro Costa.
Justine Smith reviews two films screening today at FNC: the Austrian film Lillian and Matthew Rankin’s off-the-wall ode to Canadiana, The Twentieth Century.
Justine Smith looks at three films playing today at FNC, including a retrospective screening of David Cronenberg’s controversial Crash.
Playwright Paul Downs Colaizzo’s directorial debut is well-meaning, but the sitcom-ish treatment does it no favours.