Archive for June, 2014

‘They Came Together’ in the funniest way – ‘They Came Together’ is a clever parody of the romantic comedy featuring Paul Rudd and Amy Poehler as a couple who experience all the typical ups and downs generally prescribed by the genre. http://ow.ly/2J6hOX

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It all boils down to ‘Me and You’ – Oscar-winning director Bernardo Bertolucci ends a 10-year hiatus with a stimulating portrait of damaged youth in ‘Me and You.’ http://ow.ly/2J0zqU

New on DVD for June 24 – This week’s releases include a familiar-looking sequel; a variety of television shows that range from sketch comedy to sexual history; a misleading comedy of errors; and a film that will boggle the mind. http://ow.ly/2ITTSs

‘Obvious Child’ breaks out of the rom-com mould – It’s a rare discovery to find a new concept in the romantic comedy category, but ‘Obvious Child’ is as fresh and funny as it is progressive. http://ow.ly/2Ixpti

New on DVD for June 17 – This week’s releases include the next ruthless chapters of the politically ambitious; an “awesome” movie for all ages; a stylish throwback; and a sci-fi film that poses dark but interesting questions. http://ow.ly/2IsVIm

Beer, wine, food and film – NIFF said – The inaugural Niagara Integrated Film Festival pairs local wine and beer, and culinary pleasures with exceptional film programs screened throughout the region. http://ow.ly/2Iq6ib

‘The Double’ looks like no other – ‘The Double’ is an odd movie about a lonely young man whose life is thrown off-balance when his double takes a job in his office. http://ow.ly/2Ih3bz