Although one holds out hope that a more thorough and engrossing documentary could be made in the future about one of the most brilliant, popular, and lauded animators to ever live, the slight, moderately illuminating Never-Ending Man: Hayao Miyazaki does offer some insight into the artist’s semi-retirement and fluctuating career.
Annabelle Comes Home isn’t the film it’s being marketed as, and that’s actually a good thing.
In Toy Story 4, which hit theatres this weekend, audiences around the world will get acquainted with a very special …
The Extraordinary Journey of the Fakir is – at its core – a story about someone searching for a greater sense of identity and place in the world. In execution, it’s a completely baffling mess of a motion picture.
If the ongoing whirlwind of scandals that surround his private and business life aren’t enough to sink the career of once lauded French filmmaker Luv Besson for good, the laughable, shoddy ineptitude and pervasive creepiness of his latest directorial effort, Anna, should seal the deal.
Gaza, an equally heartwarming and heartbreaking documentary by Gary Keane and Andrew McConnell, looks at the hopes, dreams, frustration, and sadness that encompasses everyday life in one of the world’s most isolated places.
Although it certainly seemed like a franchise that reached a natural, heartwarming conclusion a few years ago, Toy Story 4 genially and entertainingly proves that its titular playthings still have some mileage left in them.
Slaughterhouse Rulez, an entertaining, albeit slightly disappointing British teen horror-comedy, comes with a pedigree that makes one surprised that it skipped Canadian cinemas altogether and was quietly shipped off to DVD and VOD.
Irish actress Jessie Buckley has been a superstar in waiting for quite some time now, and her latest effort, the musical drama Wild Rose (which opens in Toronto this weekend and expands across Canada in the following weeks) should hopefully be the performance that catapults her to such lofty heights.
We sit down with Emmy winning actor Tony Hale to talk about his latest role as the neurotic Forky in the Disney/Pixar sequel Toy Story 4, in theatres everywhere on Thursday, June 20, 2019.