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The Descendants, your mother would like it

Payne's new film is refreshingly familiar Read More »
NOV 24, 2011 | BY

The tsound of music

Taking your date to the symphony will get you to third base Read More »
NOV 24, 2011 | BY DAVID STOKES

Economic, Political and Artistic Union

The European Union Film Festival is growing (unlike its currency) Read More »
NOV 17, 2011 | BY ABERDEEN BARRY

ROM exhibit excavates an enigma

Maya exhibit at the Royal Ontario Museum, not one for the ages Read More »
NOV 17, 2011 | BY VANESSA PURDY

J. Edgar could use less armoir, more bureau on screen

Eastwood does few favours for Hoover’s legacy Read More »
NOV 17, 2011 | BY

Melancholia goes out in style

New film by Lars von Trier leaves you wanting more Read More »
NOV 10, 2011 | BY ABERDEEN BERRY

Cavanagh's concerns

Famed VVVVVV developer tackles impressionable young minds in Hero's Adventure Read More »
NOV 10, 2011 | BY

‘Full of sound and fury’

Shakespeare’s Macbeth gets the special (effect) treatment Read More »
NOV 10, 2011 | BY ABERDEEN BERRY

Rehearsing's not for Ratner

Brett Ratner’s Tower Heist delivers on promises (unlike its director at this year’s Oscars) Read More »
NOV 10, 2011 | BY

Who killed David Lynch?

Enigmatic director releases first album "Crazy Clown Music" Read More »
NOV 03, 2011 | BY DAVID STOKES
 
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