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John C. Reilly talks Ralph Breaks the Internet

John C. Reilly returns as Wreck-It Ralph today in Disney's Ralph Breaks the Internet, and I had the distinct pleasure of chatting with the star about stepping back into the role.

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Review: The Wild Pear Tree

Review: The Wild Pear Tree
A delicate, complex masterwork from Turkish slow cinema auteur Nuri Bilge Ceylan, The Wild Pear Tree is a departure from the filmmaker’s usually formalist leanings, a gentle and intelligent bit of self-criticism, and a bridge between generations.

Review: The Price of Everything

Review: The Price of Everything
An examination of the controversial relationship between art and high finance, Nathaniel Kahn’s insightful and nonjudgmental documentary The Price of Everything understands both sides of the sticky arguments being presented.

Giveaway: Philips OneBlade Face + Body Shavers with Philips Sonicare DiamondClean Smart

Philips DiamondClean Smart
Enter now for a chance to win two of the best gifts for men's grooming this holiday season: the Philips OneBlade Face + Body Shavers, and the Philips Sonicare DiamondClean Smart.

Review: The Drawer Boy

Review: The Drawer Boy
A well intentioned but ultimately unsuccessful cinematic adaptation of an award winning Canadian stage play, The Drawer Boy never comes to vibrant life or escapes the limitations of its theatrical roots.

Review: Border

Review: Border
Strange, unique, and almost unclassifiable into any specific genre, Swedish director Ali Abbasi’s Border boasts some of the most peculiar storytelling in any film this year.

Review: The Reckoning: Hollywood's Worst Kept Secret

Review: The Reckoning: Hollywood's Worst Kept Secret
A well meaning, but ultimately rather limp overview of gender inequality and sexual assault in the film industry, The Reckoning: Hollywood’s Worst Kept Secret is a documentary that feels like too little, too late.

Review: Robin Hood

Review: Robin Hood
A film so uninspired and generic that even complaints about it will sound cliched and rehashed, the latest cinematic incarnation of Robin Hood is so vaporous that viewers will forget they’re watching it as it’s unfolding.

Canadian Chef Darren MacLean on competing for a seat at Netflix's The Final Table

Canadian Chef Darren MacLean on competing for a seat at Netflix's The Final Table
On the new cooking competition show The Final Table (premiering this week on Netflix), Canadian chef and restaurateur Darren MacLean competes side by side against some of the best culinary artisans in the world in a bid to sit alongside a number of international fine dining luminaries.

Charity Gift Guide 2018: Women's health & empowerment

The holidays are coming up quickly, and it's really one of the most wonderful times of the year. While the holidays are all about celebrating loved ones though, they're also about giving, and more importantly, giving back.

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Huawei Mate 20 Pro | Hands On

Checking out the new Huawei Mate 20 Pro, which arrived this week in Canada and features some incredible

On set with Yannick Bisson | Murdoch Mysteries season 12

We caught up with star Yannick Bisson during the 12th season of Murdoch Mysteries, while the series was filming an episode in Hamilton, Ontario. We talked about the way the show represents Canada to the world, plus the recent Halloween episode.