Big shock here, but the Toronto After Dark website is now running on ExpressionEngine.
It’s an inspiring vision of the way music could be, of the way music perhaps should be — especially amidst Christian circles.
Folks are frustrated that great movies, or at least movies that they love, consistently receive crappy treatment, and so they take matters into their own hands.
A computer-animated take on the “ugly duckling” story with a bit of poo as the main the character.
The film’s look is so hyper-realistic, so stylized, that it ends up feeling sterile and artificial.
The world could always use some more goofily charming, historically irreverent sci-fi.
Despite some really fun action scenes, Tom Yum Goong is a decidedly inferior film to its predecessor, Ong-Bak.
I need to stop the review lest it just become a checklist of everything I dislike about the movie.
Ultimately a testament to such American values as love, friendship, family, and loyalty as much as free speech.
Swing Girls is far better than it frankly has any right to be, thanks to the sheer amount of fun, enthusiasm, and aplomb it contains.
The stunts and fights scenes have an edge and brutality that you just don’t see everyday.
For the vast majority of its 144 minutes, Casino Royale is absolutely thrilling.
The film always returns to its central violent themes with a crackling, harrowing intensity.
There’s something refreshing, even affecting, about the lo-fi approach that Geochilmaru takes to martial arts cinema.
Kurosawa’s film takes on topics and expounds upon themes that could have easily come from that most existential of books: Ecclesiastes.