Richard Stanley’s adaptation of an H.P. Lovecraft story provides Cage with plenty of canvas to showcase his gonzo acting.
Ritchie’s mid-life crisis gangster movie is smug but not without its strengths.
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.
Reviews of Eddie Murphy on SNL, Imagine Van Gogh, Woody Allen’s Netflix movie, Fly Pan Am live & more.
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.