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Toronto 2023 Review: FINGERNAILS, Love (And Cinema) Fails By Playing It Safe

It is a solid time-wasting (and futile) exercise looking at couples and making a judgement call if they are ‘right for one another.’ Or to guess if they will ‘last.’ In my family, it is kind of a sport. Well...

Review: 12 MIGHTY ORPHANS, Fighting Discrimination, One Sport at a Time

Luke Wilson and Martin Sheen star in a Texas-set period drama, directed by Ty Roberts.

Review: GUEST OF HONOUR, Story of Guilt, Childhood Trauma and Vengeance

David Thewlis, Laysla De Oliveira and Luke Wilson star in the latest drama by Canadian filmmaker Atom Egoyan, now streaming on The Criterion Channel.

Review: In GUEST OF HONOUR, Sins of the Father Aren't What They Seem

David Thewlis stars in a comeback of sorts for writer and director Atom Egoyan.

Coming Soon: GUEST OF HONOUR, From Atom Egoyan, Watch Trailer Now

Love them or hate them, Atom Egoyan consistently makes films that burrow under the skin and display his distinctive vision. The auteur's latest, Guest of Honour, debuted at the Venice and Toronto film festivals last fall, and is now heading...

Fantasia 2016 Interview: JT Mollner Talks OUTLAWS AND ANGELS and Subverting Expectation

JT Mollner's feature debut Outlaws and Angels is a subversive and emotionally honest coming of age story with a strong female lead at its centre. Joining the recent batch of westerns made by indie auteurs who seem drawn to playing against...

Review: APPROACHING THE UNKNOWN, The Loneliness Of The Long-Distance Astronaut

Spare and solemn, a new movie throws a solitary man into deep space and wonders what might happen to him. At first blush, Approaching the Unknown resembles an alternate-version prequel to Duncan Jones' Moon or Ridley Scott's The Martian. It...