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30 June 2016

Toronto Fringe, 2016

By // Theatre (Toronto)

From June 29 to July 10, seven of our Toronto staffers- Kelly Bedard, Duncan Derry, Kymberley Feltham, Lisa McKeown, Beth McNeil, Lorenzo Pagnotta and Whitney Richards- reviewed 100+ plays in …

05 July 2015

Toronto Fringe ’15: Part IV

By // Theatre (Toronto)

Click Here for the Full List of our 2015 Toronto Fringe Reviews Adventures of a Redheaded Coffee Shop Girl (A-) Adventures of a Redheaded Coffee Shop Girl is a follow-up to …

01 July 2015

Toronto Fringe, 2015

By // Theatre (Toronto)

With so many productions to see (and some of our staffers headed out of town to cover San Diego Comic-Con), we’ve brought on extra help this year to review more …

18 January 2015

My Cinematic 2014: 91-110

By // Cinema

For the past two 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 …

17 April 2014

From Our Staff: In the Interim

By // TV

We love our staff, but we love them entirely conditionally. Perhaps said condition should be that they hand in their stories on time and don’t give us any attitude (that …

24 August 2013

I’m So Excited!: Almodovar’s Trip to Self-Indulgence

By // Cinema

The Spanish phenomena in filmmaking, Pedro Almodovar, who has received a worldwide recognition for his string of masterpieces: All About My Mother (1999), Talk to Her (2002), Volver (2006), Broken …

23 August 2013

Psycho Beach Party Feels Like a Drunk Mess

By // Theatre (Boston)

Sigh. It’s never a good sign when I sigh. I really wanted to love this production. Hell, I wanted to love it. I am a huge fan of the movie, …

19 August 2013

Video of the Day: Breaking Belding

By // TV

Some would argue that Breaking Bad is the best television show on the air right now. Some would say that Breaking Bad is the best television show of all time. …

07 March 2013

Burning Love, Season 2

By // TV

“My plan for tonight is really just to hang out with as many guys as possible and to not go to any of my dark places”. The line between televised …

19 December 2012

When Snowy Met James…Bond.

By // Theatre (Toronto)

Ross Petty’s annual holiday pantomime is an important tradition to keep alive in Toronto. There’s a depressing dearth of smartly produced kid-friendly theatre in this city and, at its best, …

23 August 2012

It’s a Privilege to Parody

By // Theatre (Toronto)

Heads up, the first part of this article will be about Urinetown itself. I’ll tackle the production later on. Don’t take the opinions in the first part as a reflection …

04 July 2012

They Eat Puppies, Don’t They?

By // Books

Christopher Buckley’s latest novel, They Eat Puppies, Don’t They?, is half brutal satire of Washington politics and half quirky/absurdist indie movie waiting to happen. And it’s even pretty funny. As …

14 May 2012

In Stratford: MacHomer

By // Theatre

Rick Miller’s wackado Macbeth retelling, currently masquerading as a fourth Shakespeare production at the Stratford Festival,  uses a comprehensive cast of voices from one of TV’s most successful crazy experiments, …

20 March 2012

Video of the Day: “The Real Mitt Romney”

By // Music

All Republicans wake up thinking “You know what would be cool? To be in a rap video!”. You just know they do. Now, we here at My Entertainment World are …

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