Kirsten Stewart stars in a creature-feature set at the bottom of the ocean that borrows heavily from a variety of sources.
Elizabeth Banks reboots Charlie’s Angels with the best of intentions, but the result is assembly-line action blockbuster from top to bottom.
J.T. Leroy tells the story of the famous San Francisco writer who turned out to be a fake.
The actress re-teams with French director Olivier Assayas in a disjointed ghost story.
A review of Allen’s old-Hollywood opus Café Society, starring Jesse Eisenberg and Kristen Stewart.
Reviews of new films by Woody Allen and Ken Loach from the world’s most glamorous film fest.
The Huntsman: Winter’s War follows a movie that’s arguably more memorable for its on-set scandal than the film itself.
American Ultra tries to balance relentless action, slow-witted humour and a Jesse Eisenberg/Kristen Stewart romance.
The actress does stunningly depressing work in this straightforward, almost bullshit-free look at Alzheimer’s disease.
Montreal was the stage for the 2012 adaptation of the Jack Kerouac classic On the Road, a movie you may have already forgotten.