All the twists and carefully calculated double crosses in the world can’t save the con artist picture Sharper from being anything more than blandly passible.
Almost one year removed from the slap heard round the world at the Oscars, Smith shows up in a film that’s just as brutally violent in tone as the very thing he turned down years prior for being too “vengeful”, Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchained.
The go-for-broke yuletide musical Spirited is an overstretched and not particularly funny updating of a seasonal classic, despite the game involvement of a talented cast.
The low key drama Raymond & Ray is a simple, often predictable film told with plenty of unforced emotion and a handful of strong ideas.
Mostly one for the fans, but still offering an engaging (if almost punishingly long) profile of a pop star, Billie Eilish: The World’s a Little Blurry charts the meteoric rise and overwhelming success of its teenage subject.
Bruce Springsteen’s Letter to You is an attempt to link the past to the present, albeit one that doesn’t have nostalgia first and foremost on its mind.
An exciting, heartfelt, and socially conscious animated epic for the whole family, Wolfwalkers dazzles with its meshing of old and new world storytelling techniques and visuals.
Apple TV+ has arrived, and it’s available now for $5.99 per month in Canada on a wide range of devices, from the iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV, to Samsung smart TVs, Roku, and Amazon Fire TV devices.