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Steve Jobs works but goes into overtime

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The mythology of Steve Jobs continues in a rather flashy and hurried manner that manages to convey a far more adequate amount of truth in its creative-non-fiction than its predecessor, the Ashton Kutcher vehicle, JOBS...

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In Print: The Equalizer & The Skeleton Twins

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The Equalizer, directed by Antoine Fuqua reunites with his Training Day star, Denzel Washington to revisit the 80s television drama that starred Edward Woodward.  Never has the Equalizer been quite this violent neithe...

Introducing Algonquin – May 8. Princess Cinema – Canada Film Days

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I first saw Jonathan Hayes' film, Algonquin at the 2013 Montreal film festival.  It was the poster that drew me in; an amazing depiction of its lead actor, Mark Rendall, expressionless while his hair transforms into f...

Boy Meets Girl – Interview with Eric Schaefer & Michelle Hendley

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  The following is an unedited  email interview with BOY MEETS GIRL director, Eric Schaefer and star, Michelle Hendley. Schaefer is the guy who, in 1996 gave us the film IF LUCY FELL, a romantic comedy about two roomm...

In Print: NOAH: Aronofsky’s Fantastical Tale

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NOAH (rating 3)- Directed by Darren Aronofsky (Black Swan, The Wrestler)   Aronofsky makes a fantastical story even more fantastical.  This very loose rendition of the infamous bible story where a man name ...

Aloha – Everyone Waves Goodbye

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Aloha is taking quite a hit from critics and is not likely to find too many sympathizers with movie-goers.  Cameron Crowe, the director of Alhoa, once understood the mishmash of romance, broken hearts, and young love ...

Polanski Speaks

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“Roman Polanski: A Film Memoir” (2011) arrives at the 2013 Toronto Jewish Film Festival toting along its own sorted baggage including a grumbling, although not unfair, review from The Hollywood Reporter. More damaging...

4th International Online Film Critics’ Poll Awards

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  IOFCP WINNERS (reposted from press release) The International Online Film Critics' Poll is proud to announce its winners for the 4th biannual awards for excellence in film. Founded in 2007, the IOFCP is t...

In Print: 14 Ways to Celebrate National Canadian Film Day That Are So Cool I Can’t Believe I Wrote Them.

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April 29th, 2014 marks the first National Canadian Film Day.  How are you going to celebrate? Here are a few ideas to help you to navigate yourself around the cross-Canada events. 1/Check the National Canadian...

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Director James Stewart on the making of FOXED!

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Maleficent not Magnificent

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ALGONQUIN – by Jonathan Hayes.

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I will be joining Producer David Miller at the Princess Cinemas in Kitchener-Waterloo on May 8th.  It's the final day of Canadian Film Days which run from May 1 - 8, 2014. ALGONQUIN premiered at the 2013 Montre...

Boy Meets Girl – Interview with Eric Schaefer & Michelle Hendley

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  The following is an unedited  email interview with BOY MEETS GIRL director, Eric Schaefer and star, Michelle Hendley. Schaefer is the guy who, in 1996 gave us the film IF LUCY FELL, a romantic comedy about two roomm...

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Cinderella – Charming

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Cinderella is, in a word, charming.  That's good because after a brief foray into action films (with more to come), it seems actor/director Kenneth Branagh is reinstating a passion for deeply familiar, classical sto...

Godzilla – capsule review

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GODZILLA (3.5) Gareth Edwards whose 2010 film MONSTERS was a low-budget alien-attack film where all the special effects were reportedly done on his lap-top directs this cautiously anticipated Godzilla reboot.  This is...