Last week’s column looked back at the best movies of the year, and this week it’s time to look ahead to the films that will be competing for your attention in 2015.
Along with sequels to some of the most successful franchises in Hollywood history, this year’s slate of films also includes some high-profile reboots, compelling original films, and intriguing indie projects… Continue reading The Geek Beat: The Geekiest 2015 Movies We're Anticipating the Most
“Try to be someone without becoming something you’re not. That’s one of the main takeaways from Noah Baumbach’s While We’re Young, a super-funny relationship comedy about an older couple (Ben Stiller and Naomi Watts) whose blossoming friendship with a free-spirited younger couple (Adam Driver and Amanda Seyfried) cracks open a bottle of nostalgia that spills over all their lives in some very amusing, self-destructive ways.”
The arrival of Dumb and Dumber To in theaters this Friday has been a long time coming. Twenty years, in fact. Yes, let that soak into your brain for moment: the last time Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels played these characters was 1994. Such a simpler time. Such a more innocent time. A time more willing to shell out money to see these… Continue reading Eight Great Movie Sequels That Were Worth the Wait
Remember when you wanted a toy line based on your favorite movie as a kid, yet there was none to be found? Now it seems that fans just have to make a fuss on the Internet in order to get their dream action figures and other items based on the movies. Marvel’s production of an official Dancing Groot from Guardians of the Galaxy
Jordan Canning isn’t new to the Toronto International Film Festival — her short film “Seconds” won the fest’s RBC Emerging Filmmakers Competition in 2012. But “We Were Wolves” marks the first time the promising Canadian writer/director took a feature to TIFF.
Shot over the course of two weeks at their cinematographer’s family cottage in northern Ontario, the indie drama was a labour… Continue reading Jordan Canning, Peter Mooney and Steve Cochrane on Becoming One Big, Happy Family in 'We Were Wolves'