While undeniably ambitious, writer-director Noah Baumbach’s adaptation of novelist Don DeLillo’s seminally strange White Noise is a shrill, obvious, and often painfully annoying disaster of epic, indulgent proportions.
This has been a fantastic year for movies, and while I’ve had a tough time narrowing down my top 10 list, Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery is right near the top.
Director Rian Johnson shows off his writing and directing skills with his latest film, but behind the scenes, one of the main people that helps make Johnson’s dreams a reality is long-time producer Ram Bergman.
Alejandro González Iñárritu’s dizzying magnum opus Bardo, False Chronicle of a Handful of Truths is bound to divide opinion with its brazenly unfiltered construction.
A fun sequel that follows firmly in the path set forth by its predecessor, Enola Holmes 2 succeeds by not overcomplicating things or phoning it in.
Henry Selick has made classic films, bringing characters like Jack Skellington and Coraline to life, and after a lot of work he’s back with the charming, fiendishly fun Wendell & Wild.
Blonde is a tragedy in heart wrenching detail, told in leaps through Norma Jeane Mortenson’s life–and that of her persona, Marilyn Monroe–and it’s difficult to watch at the very best of times.
New on Netflix Canada this month includes original films and TV series arriving throughout the month of October. New arrivals include The School for Good and Evil, The Midnight Club, Wendell & Wild, Unsolved Mysteries Vol 3, Guillermo Del Toro’s Cabinet of Curiosities, and Mr. Harrigan’s Phone.
This has been a great year at TIFF. The festival has been better than it was even in 2019, and between Saturday and Sunday I screened more of my top picks from the festival, I had a great interview, and I had the chance to see legends of film in person.
Cobra Kai has to be one of the most satisfying shows on television, and as it returns for the fifth season, there’s some changes coming for everyone, especially after that last All Valley Tournament.