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The Medium at TIFF, Part 3

Between the celebrity fandom and Oscar hopefuls at this year’s Toronto International Film Festival, there was a smaller, less recognizable group of filmmakers exercising...

A pub crawl of epic proportions

The fruitful collaboration between writer and actor Simon Pegg, actor Nick Frost, and director Edgar Wright began in 1999 in the form of the...

A thrilling conclusion to a career

Throughout his illustrious career, Steven Soderbergh has managed to steer clear of classification. He treads the oft-neglected ground of art house significance mixed with...

Two Hollywood heavyweights return

Tim Burton has returned to stop-motion with Frankweenie. A remake of one of his own short films, Frankweenie follows the story of Victor Frankenstein,...

Big-screen renegades

Dance numbers and melodrama have come to typify the image of Indian cinema. With mainstream Bollywood producing a multitude of films every year, Indian...

Aiming to Please

The upcoming television season is likely to both excite and disappoint audiences. As always, with a slew of new shows premiering in the next...

Radcliffe all grown up

The boy who lived takes on new horror flick, The Woman in Black.

Tinkers, tailors, soldiers—oh my!

In the end, Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy is a tense, complex, but worthwhile film that boasts one of the finest casts of recent times and a director who has exceeded expectations.
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