Joseph Gordon-Levitt in Looper

Film review: ‘Looper’ starring Bruce Willis and Joseph Gordon-Levitt

Rian Johnson just became one of my favourite directors, and all it took was one film. Johnson's two previous films certainly impressed me, but Looper is a step forward for the writer and director. It's a film that draws you in with the characters on an intimate level as hell starts to break loose, and despite the topic, it's also a film that takes the story to heart.
Emily Blunt and John Krasinski

TIFF ’12 Gallery: ‘Looper’ red carpet with Bruce Willis, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Emily Blunt

The first day of the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival has arrived, and as the stars descend on Toronto--while the films begin to unspool and the events kick into full swing--the red carpet premier for director Rian Johnson's film Looper brought fans to Roy Thomson Hall to catch a glimpse of the filmmakers and celebrities.
Anna Kendrick and Joseph Gordon-Levitt in 50/50

DVD Review: ’50/50′ starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt

Like a lot of movies, 50/50 was not exactly what I expected based on the trailers I had seen. Newcomer Will Reiser wrote a script that I knew would be tough at times, but even though I was prepared for the fact that it was a drama about one man's fight with cancer, I still expected the comedy elements to win out somehow.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt on the red carpet for 50/50

TIFF ’11 Blog: ‘Shame’ interviews and the ’50/50′ red carpet

Steve McQueen is an intense, passionate director, and his latest film, Shame, is a dark example of his vision, and the performances he can inspire. That performance by Michael Fassbender is still etched on my brain now, a day later, and it makes me think the star, who is probably most widely known as Magneto in X-Men: First Class, is going to have a huge career ahead of him.