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09 July 2017

Baby Driver

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Every once and a while I walk out of a movie and just think “Damn, that movie was perfect.” It doesn’t mean it’s my favorite movie or even my favorite …

07 July 2017

In the Name of Canadians‘ Vivian Belik & Aisha Jamal

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This year marks the 150 Centennial of the colonial founding of Canada and if you are like me, this year you may feel very uneasy about celebrating the occupation of …

06 July 2017

The Rebooted Adventures of Spider-Man

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With great power comes great responsibility: happily, Spider-Man: Homecoming understands that with YET ANOTHER REBOOT of a beloved super hero ALSO comes great responsibility…and they more than live up to …

22 June 2017

Exclusive Interview: Filmmaker Alex Fegan

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This year marks the first year of the Syracuse Contemporary Irish Film Festival, and closing out the festival is a charming and moving film by Alex Fegan called, Older than …

21 June 2017

Syracuse Contemporary Irish Film Festival

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Being a producer is tough. I know this from my experience self-producing my solo shows across the fringe theatre festival circuit in Canada. It’s a grind, it’s necessary for your …

07 June 2017

Wonder Woman– The First Chapter

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In 2011, when Captain America: The First Avenger came out, I wrote a review that basically boiled down to: I’d watch the TV show but am bored with the pilot episode. …

27 May 2017

My Cinematic 2016: 1-20

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For the past four years, I’ve been ranking every film I see- just the new releases, from January 1st to December 31st. The rankings are subjective, based entirely on how …

25 May 2017

My Cinematic 2016: 21-40

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For the past four years, I’ve been ranking every film I see- just the new releases, from January 1st to December 31st. The rankings are subjective, based entirely on how …

24 May 2017

Schumer & Hawn Get Snatched

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Comedy feels like it’s in a transition zone – from the emotions + improv vibes of mid-aughts Judd Apatow to more traditional, high concept comedies like Amy Schumer’s latest, Snatched. …

19 May 2017

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2: The Family Trope

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*some mild spoilers below* Let’s be honest with ourselves – a full third of the reasons people want to see the second installment of the Guardians of the Galaxy franchise …

10 May 2017

Bond. James Bond

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With Hiddleston apparently out of contention and Craig theoretically back for one more go after being all but written out at the end of 2016’s Spectre, the future of the …

10 May 2017

HotDocs ’17 in Review

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This year’s International HotDocs Festival in Toronto, is made up of eclectic array of documentaries divided into different categories. Part of the collection this year is an emphasis on the …

04 May 2017

Hot Docs Interview: Charles Wilkinson

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Vancouver is one of the most beautiful cities in Canada, however it’s nearly impossible for people to buy property due to the high housing prices. Charles Wilkinson’s documentary Vancouver: No …

27 April 2017

Tear Jerked: Gifted

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Gifted is the very definition of a tear jerker – its every line is meant to either enhance the tears that are to come or layer on the tears once …

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