Despite all the hoopla, it’s hard to see this so-called definitive chapter of the Marvel Cinematic Universe as anything but punctuation.
A strong lead and show-stealing villain make the 21st Marvel movie compelling, but it still feels like a cog in a machine.
The Glass Castle (starring Brie Larson, Naomi Watts and Woody Harrelson) tells an awkward tale awkwardly.
We spoke to director Ben Wheatley and most of the cast of this rambunctious action movie.
Indie import Jordan Vogt-Roberts packs Kong: Skull Island with influences culled from a stack of worn VHS tapes.
Snowden, the controversial Elle and instant cult classic Free Fire screened at TIFF yesterday, along with the doc The Eagle Huntress.
We spoke to director Lenny Abrahamson and child actor Jacob Tremblay about Room.
An interview with the actress whose turn in the new movie Room is drawing critical acclaim and Oscar buzz.
Reviews of three films premiering at the Toronto International Film Festival.
A high-profile Mark Wahlberg drama based on a nearly forgotten 1974 film? How good of an idea can that be? Not so bad, as it turns out.