Actor Bradley Cooper’s feature directorial debut A Star is Born, a retelling of the well worn tale about a relationship between a washed-up performer and an up-and-coming talent, is an assured, electrifying, and expertly crafted motion picture that lives up to nearly every ounce of hype it has received recently.
We catch up with stand-up comic and YouTube pioneer Bo Burnham about his ambitious, heavily anticipated, and purposefully awkward coming-of-age film Eighth Grade, which opens in Toronto this weekend and in select Canadian cites over the next several weeks.
We chatted with Hereditary filmmaker Ari Aster about the emotional impact behind his film, his influences, the terror of showing audiences an essentially unfinished version of the film at Sundance, battling audience complacency within the horror genre, and keeping track of his film’s numerous metaphorical references
We catch up with Oscar winning filmmaker Morgan Neville to talk about his latest documentary Won’t You Be My Neighbor?, a highly anticipated look at the life and work of Fred Rogers, opening exclusively in Toronto on June 8 and expanding to additional cities in the coming weeks.
Although it’s probably unnecessary at this point, and it gets off to a rocky start, Solo: A Star Wars Story remains a likable, entertaining bit of Hollywood blockbuster silliness.
Boasting a duller, nastier wit than its predecessor and a newfound brush with sincerity, the adult oriented super-anti-hero sequel Deadpool 2 lacks the anarchic glee and spontaneity of its blockbuster predecessor, but it still has a lot to enjoy.
We were honoured to sit down with Helen Mirren last fall while she promoted The Leisure Seeker at the Toronto International Film Festival to talk about her experiences with road trips, starring in the English language debut of Italian writer-director Paolo Virzì, and how films about senior citizens have become unnecessarily condescending.
Author Lawrence Hill’s award-winning, emotional novel, The Book of Negroes, is a lesson in the hardships and struggles of a dark part of the world’s history, and tonight, the epic television adaptation of the story makes its debut on CBC at 9:00 PM (ET), and 9:30 PM (NT).
The New Year is upon us, and whether you just want a new gadget to start out 2015, or if you are looking for something to compliment your home, or to take with you on your next trip, here are a few great items that are worth checking out. Check out these impressive products from Samsung, Linksys, Belkin, Slingbox, WeMo, and Wink.
Winter, and especially holidays, means a few more challenges when you’re flying out of town, but with a little extra planning, it’s easy to avoid the biggest problems of the season. Air Canada has shared a few tips to help you make the most of your travel plans, while making it as smooth an experience as possible.