The new X-Men movie isn’t great, but it does forge a weird, broken identity of its own.
That movies like Red Sparrow seem almost avantgarde these days is not surprising; that this kind of stuff ever was the norm is.
A review of the new installment in the longest-running (and Montreal-shot) Marvel comics film franchise.
Highlights of a mammoth edition of Montreal’s comedy festival.
* Food, drink, music & film at Marché des Possibles
* Biannual sale at Atelier B
* Kevin Hart plays the Bell Centre as part of Just for Laughs
* Big-time actors read The Big Lebowski at Olympia
* DJs and synth bands play the MEG festival
* Get Nice hip hop night at Blizzarts
Mockingjay Part 1 feels like a segment of a binge-watching session rather than a standalone film. But it still has its merits.
Our series exploring Montreal-shot movies tackles Bryan Singer’s latest, X-Men: Days of Future Past.
* Wyrd Distro launch at Sonorama
* Winter’s Bone at Cinémathèque québécoise
* NDQ’s 2nd Anniversary
* The List at Théâtre La Chapelle
* Kids Eat Crayons at Casa del Popolo
* PyPy’s record launch at TRH-Bar
Malcolm Fraser reviews David O. Russell’s crime drama American Hustle which features an all-star cast including Christian Bale, Amy Adams, Jennifer Lawrence, Brad Cooper, Jeremy Renner and more.
* We Are Wolves and Suuns (in Laval)
* Cheap nite at Cinéma du Parc
* StageBanter.ca launch
* Teen Poetry from Montreal writers’ troubled adolescences