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TIFF 2017 Review: I, Tonya

By |09/14/2017|

I, Tonya (2017, USA, d. Craig Gillespie, 119 minutes) 3.5/4 Stars Anyone who was alive in the early 90’s remembers the giant scandal involving figure skater, Tonya Harding, [...]

TIFF 2017 Review: mother!

By |09/14/2017|

mother! (2017 USA, d. Darren Aronofsky, 121 minutes) 4/4 Stars To quote TIFF Artistic Director, Cameron Bailey, mother! essentially begins where Black Swan ends. If that doesn’t intrigue [...]

It

By |09/08/2017|

It (2017, USA, d. Andy Muschietti, 135 minutes) After years of delays and production changes, the big screen adaptation of Stephen King’s beloved novel finally makes it way [...]

Tulip Fever

By |09/02/2017|

Tulip Fever (2017, USA, UK, d. Justin Chadwick, 107 minutes) 1.5/4 Stars Tulip Fever is a hot mess, there’s no way of getting around it. As a film [...]

Dunkirk

By |07/22/2017|

Dunkirk (2017, USA, UK, France, d. Christopher Nolan, 106 minutes) 4/4 Stars I feel as though I should begin this review with a bit of a warning. My [...]

War for the Planet of the Apes

By |07/14/2017|

War for the Planet of the Apes (2017, USA, d. Matt Reeves, 140 minutes) 3.5/4 Stars The modern Apes trilogy has proven that prequels aren’t always a bad [...]

Spider-Man: Homecoming

By |07/09/2017|

Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017, USA, d. Jon Watts, 133 minutes) 3.5/4 Stars As someone who fondly remembers seeing the original Sam Raimi Spider-Man film at just five years old, the character [...]

Logan

By |03/31/2017|

Logan (2017, USA, d. James Mangold, 137 minutes) 3.5/4 Stars Since last years smash success Deadpool broke new ground for R-rated Superhero films, it was only fitting to [...]

Elle

By |02/07/2017|

Elle (2016, France, d. Paul Verhoeven, 130 minutes) by Noah Damron This one of the strangest and most compelling films to come out in 2016. Directed by Paul [...]

Split

By |02/07/2017|

Split (2017, USA, d. M. Night Shyamalan, 117 minutes) by Noah Damron After falling on hard times with films such as “Lady in the Water”, "The Happening’ and “The [...]