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Blu-ray Review: Criterion Takes Another Trip down MULHOLLAND DRIVE

While Mulholland Drive might not be David Lynch's weirdest and least understandable film (I think that title goes to Inland Empire), it's still a film that people continue to dissect and debate, twenty years after its release. It remains one...

Review: WEST SIDE STORY, Steven Spielberg Sings

Ansel Elgort, Rachel Zeglar, and Rita Moreno star in a musical romance, directed by Steven Spielberg, opening December 10, in movie theaters only.

Opening This Week: AZOR, ENCOUNTER, LAST SHOOT OUT, WOLF and More

Our site is based in Toronto, Canada, though some of us live and work in The Lower 48, myself included, and so I know that the following films will be opening in the U.S. this week; some (most?) of them...

Review: LICORICE PIZZA, Paul Thomas Anderson Serves Up the Perfect Recipe

Directed by Paul Thomas Anderson, Bradley Cooper, Sean Penn and Tom Waits join newcomer stars Alana Haim and Cooper Hoffman for a quality slice of life.

Now Streaming: THE BEATLES: GET BACK, One Last Time

John, Paul, George and Ringo are featured in director Peter Jackson's six-hour documentary series, now streaming on Disney Plus.

Review: HOUSE OF GUCCI, A Camp Classic in the Making

Lady Gaga, Adam Driver, Jared Leto, Jeremy Irons and Al Pacino star in a drama, directed by Ridley Scott, and now playing in theaters.

Review: HAWKEYE, Bring on the Flying Arrows

Jeremy Renner, Hailee Steinfeld and Vera Farmiga star in a fresh adventure from Marvel for Disney Plus.

Review: RESIDENT EVIL: WELCOME TO RACCOON CITY, An Enjoyable Enough Ride

Given the cross-over in aesthetics and storytelling techniques in cinema and video games (the former as an influence on the latter in the beginning, but the influence can be said to go both ways in recent years), there's always the...

Review: KING RICHARD, More Than Just Another Award-Worthy Turn By Will Smith

Will Smith, Aunjanue Ellis and Jon Bernthal star in a biographical drama, directed by Reinaldo Marcus Green, now in theaters and streaming on HBO Max.

NIGHTMARE ALLEY Trailer & Character Posters: Something Wicked This Way Comes

Maestro of visually stunning fantastical cinema Guillermo del Toro's latest film Nightmare Alley is set to drop in theatres beginning next month (at least in North America, many European nations will have to wait until January). The remake of the...

Now Streaming: REYKA Grabs, MARVEL'S HIT-MONKEY Splats, STAR TREK: DISCOVERY Flies

Two new series and a returning show debuted this week on BritBox, Hulu and Paramount Plus.

Review: COWBOY BEBOP, Netflix's Adaptation of Beloved Anime Ignores What Made it Great

Let’s start with the good news.    The good news is that the original Cowboy Bebop anime is available for viewing right now on Netflix.   The bad news? Netflix took everything that was fun and wonderful about the original...

Review: GHOSTBUSTERS: AFTERLIFE, Clever and Amusing Family Business

Mckenna Grace, Finn Wolfhard, Carrie Coon and Paul Rudd star in a comedy adventure, directed by Jason Reitman, and opening exclusively in movie theaters November 19.

Coming Soon on Criterion: BOAT PEOPLE and MILLER'S CROSSING

Also due in February 2022: Leo McCarey's 'Love Affair' and Douglas Sirk's 'Written on the Wind.'

Review: ENCANTO Aims to Enchant All Ages

Stephanie Beatriz and María Cecilia Botero star in a family adventure from Walt Disney Animation Studios, directed by Byron Howard and Jared Bush, co-directed by Charise Castro Smith.

Review: THE SHRINK NEXT DOOR, With Friends Like These

Will Ferrell and Paul Rudd star in a new series that straddles the line between comedy and drama, soon to begin streaming on Apple TV+.

Review: ETERNALS, A Rare, Altogether Disappointing Stumble for Marvel

After 25 pop culture-redefining films in almost a decade-and-a-half, the Marvel/Disney-Industrial Complex was bound to stumble. It already has at least three or four times (Avengers: Age of Ultron, Thor: The Dark World, Iron Man II), but those were minor...

Taika Waititi Attached to Film Adaptation of Jorodowsky And Moebious' THE INCAL

Well... this is massive.    Taika Waititi is attached to co-write and direct a film adaptation of Alejandro Jorodowsky's comic book The Incal, an iconic sci-fi and cult property he made with the equally iconic and late artist, Moebious. Publisher...

Review: FINCH, Tom Hanks Brightens a Bleak Future

Tom Hanks stars as the one person you would want to survive the Apocalypse. Miguel Sapochnik directs the sci-fi road trip, soon to stream on Apple TV+.

Now Streaming: DICKINSON Boldly Goes Beyond Comic Anachronisms

Hailee Steinfeld stars in a comedy series created by Alena Smith, now streaming on Apple TV+. The new season debuts on Friday, November 5.