With The Florida Project, Tangerine director Sean Baker flexes his ability to capture innocence and vulnerability within a seemingly tattered community. However, with his latest film, he improves his filmmaking in every way.
The Insult is over-the-top. It begins with unique charm, but that approach eventually consumes too much time and spills over – much like the pivotal argument that Ziad Doueiri’s movie is centred around.
By: Nick van Dinther As soon as you read the synopsis for Lost Solace, you can tell that this will be a unique story idea that, if executed well, will be a quite a treat for audiences. Thankfully, the film meets its potential and then some.
By: Jessica Goddard One of last year’s most eagerly-anticipated headlines – the death of Charles Manson – makes this documentary on the notoriously fascinating subject all the more topical. Narrated by Rob Zombie, Charles Manson: The Final Words uses disturbing files from the original murder investigation, interviews with members of Manson’s cult, and exclusive audio from phone conversations with the aged Manson himself while he was still alive and serving his life sentence at California State…
By: Trevor Chartrand After sweeping the festival circuit, Badsville continues its public theatrical run at Toronto’s Carlton Cinema with a VOD/digital release planned for early this year. I recently talked with director April Mullen and screenwriters/actors Benjamin Barrett and Ian McLaren about the inspirations behind their latest film.
The Open House is like the inside of a balloon before you blow it up with helium.
Monolith is one of the dumbest movies I’ve ever seen and – god help me – I’m giving it a real recommendation the film should pride itself with.
Sometimes a title can sum up a movie, and The Misguided is the latest victim.
Ava is a slow but decent coming-of-age drama about children trying to understand their parents and vice versa.
Most of the “no-namers” who started on FOX’s smash series Glee have since established their careers in film and television.