Canadian made coming of age stories aren’t anything new, but few are as layered, complex, and profound as Tracey Deer’s flooring Beans.
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.
A deeply moving motion picture about those who willingly choose to live on the margins of western society, writer-director Chloé Zhao’s Nomadland boasts one of the best leading performances of recent memory in a movie that will be hard to top for the title of best film of the year.
Sir Anthony Hopkins gives his best performance since the early 90s in director Florian Zeller’s complex and sorrowful drama The Father.
One Night In Miami… is movie magic, and it’s going to be one of the most talked about films at this year’s Toronto International Film Festival.
Back to school is a little harder than usual this year, and if you don’t want to go into a store, shopping for kids definitely feels more difficult. Columbia Sportswear has made life easier this fall though with outerwear my daughter loves, a Labour Day sale, and flexible shipping and return options.
Mulan has always been one of Disney’s toughest characters. She’s a proud woman with a big heart, and director Niki Caro’s live action remake finally gives her the chance to be something else too: an action hero.
Are you or your kids ready for a new phone? No matter what your back to school looks like this year, if you’re looking for a new phone, I have three very impressive options to fit any budget.
“Buckle up!” because it’s New Music Friday, and NIIVA’s “Trigger” is a smokey and sultry track to ease you into the weekend.
An inspired and nostalgic blast of fun at a time in human history when genuine amusement is in direly short supply, the long gestating sequel Bill & Ted Face the Music nicely balances fan expectations, progressiveness, gentility, and melancholy to create the ultimate in 2020 cinematic comfort food.