Archive for January, 2014

‘The Great Beauty’ is only pretty on the outside – ‘The Great Beauty’ follows an aging man who finds himself taking stock of his fast-paced lifestyle, and turning his wit on himself and his contemporaries. http://ow.ly/2DrFOz

‘That Awkward Moment’ is often embarrassing – In ‘That Awkward Moment,’ three best friends find themselves at that vital moment where they must decide if they’re dating a girl or just having fun. http://ow.ly/2Dr6Du

‘Labor Day’ is a labour of love – In ‘Labor Day,’ a depressed single mother and her son offer a ride to injured man being sought by police, but as they learn more about him their options become limited. http://ow.ly/2DpSpF

New on DVD for January 28 – This week’s releases include a couple of Jack Lemmon’s classics; a sequel that is as surprising as its predecessor; a contentious portrayal of a controversial man; and an Oscar snub and unexpected nominee. http://ow.ly/2DnPKh

‘Godard Forever’ is one-half of a revolutionary body of work http://ow.ly/2DhONz

‘I, Frankenstein’ has a confused identity – ‘I, Frankenstein’ is about the scientist’s monster and his unwilling involvement in a centuries old war between two immortal enemies. http://ow.ly/2Dh6wM

‘The Final Member’ pitches a tent at Bloor Cinema – It would seem somewhere in the world, there is a niche museum dedicated to almost everything. Topics include celebrities such as Elvis Presley, sports like hockey, hobbies including train collecting, and toys such as Lego. In Toronto, you can find… http://ow.ly/2Dd9l6