Alex and Justine discuss and list their favourite films, film trends, trends in criticism and the notion of listing the worst films as well.
The belated sequel to the super-sized action franchise loses Michael Bay but finds more to chew on than you might expect.
We spoke with Sophie Bédard Marcotte about her new film, a fiction/documentary hybrid in which she appears as herself.
Dolittle is never funny, frequently embarrassing and a terrible showcase for a movie star.
We spoke with Ladj Ly about making a very loose adaptation the Victor Hugo’s classic in his hometown, working with non-actors and helping marginalized voices speak for themselves.
Sam Mendes’ WWI movie comes from a real place, but the cinematography and camerawork is so flashy, it’s hard to focus on anything else.
Nadav Lapid’s Golden Bear-winning film is personal, soulful and confrontational in all the best ways.
Destin Daniel Cretton’s depiction of a real-life legal case is touching, even if it relies on some familiar tropes.
Kirsten Stewart stars in a creature-feature set at the bottom of the ocean that borrows heavily from a variety of sources.
This Tiffany Haddish comedy vehicle seems to have derailed behind the scenes.