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<b>Movie Review:</b> Logan

Movie Review: Logan

Logan is less a comic book movie than it is a western. A western that centres around a guy with metal claws, but still, a western
<b>Movie Review:</b> Get Out

Movie Review: Get Out

Suspenseful, heartbreaking, and funny, Get Out is just about perfect
<b>Movie Review:</b> Fifty Shades Darker

Movie Review: Fifty Shades Darker

Let's get this out of the way first - Fifty Shades Darker is marginally more entertaining than Fifty Shades of Grey. I think it's the humour that saves the film from being a complete disaster. That and Don Johnson's little girl's willingness to take off her top
<b>Movie Review:</b> Split

Movie Review: Split

Split is intricate and stunning and incredibly constructed and darkly funny and packed to the brim full of amazing performances. And it's fun
<b>Movie Review:</b> Looking Back, The 2016 Edition

Movie Review: Looking Back, The 2016 Edition

2016 was the year of the Canadian. We showed up in Giant Blockbusters, we created great art, we surprised everyone, especially ourselves
<b>Movie Review:</b> Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

Movie Review: Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

No spoilers. I promise.
<b>Movie Review:</b> Arrival

Movie Review: Arrival

Like the best science fiction Arrival disguises its true intentions, its greater themes and deeper conversation, under images of spaceships and aliens and that thing that lives in our brains that makes us look up and wonder
<b>Movie Review:</b> The Confirmation

Movie Review: The Confirmation

The Confirmation is a small film, one that snuck into a few theatres and onto streaming services with little noise. It needs to be seen
<b>Movie Review:</b> Doctor Strange

Movie Review: Doctor Strange

Doctor Strange is a singular experience. Hallucinatory and yet somehow grounded, serious and at times quite funny, it is a film of paradoxes
<b>Movie Review:</b> The Accountant

Movie Review: The Accountant

The Accountant feels like it's based on a series of pulp books that came out when book store shelves were filled with Don Pendleton's Mack Bolan novels. That it is completely original only adds to the fun.