Reviews

TIFF 2014 71

Review: ’71

The first twenty minutes of Yann Demange’s feature directorial debut ’71 do not suggest that the film will be watchable to the very...

Champs

Review: Champs

An enlightening enough primer of a particular era in boxing history for those that might be unfamiliar, Bert Marcus’ debut documenta...

chappie movie review

Review: Chappie

Following the recent advance screening of director/screenwriter Neill Blomkamp's latest, Chappie, a friend commented on the film eve...

babadook-movie-review

Review: The Babadook

A reminder that truly terrifying and gripping horror comes not necessarily from finding the most novel or elaborate plot, but instea...

1971

Review: 1971

Compared to the often internet aided information leaks of the modern era, the now largely forgotten, but still remarkable efforts of...

Focus-2015-Mo2vie

Review: Focus

There is a simple genius to Focus that makes it one of the most enjoyable movie-watching experiences in recent memory.

After the Ball

Review: After the Ball

If the Canadian produced comedy After the Ball had been released in 1988 it probably would have killed with audiences. It’s a simpli...