Denis Henry Hennelly's sophomore feature boasts a half-dozen of the whiniest, most self-entitled protags this side of the worst mumblecore movie you barely remember seeing.
At first blush, “Hannibal” looks like the conceptual twin of CBS timeslot rival “Elementary,” a series that seeks to leverage a brilliant literary character to sell a moody procedural. It's also a…
Gather Films, in association with Picturesque Films, has wrapped principal photography on "Goodbye World," an apocalyptic indie comedy starring Adrian Grenier, Kerry Bishe, Ben McKenzie, Caroline…
A trippy science-fiction fable about the musicality of the universe that's set in Montreal and on the Red Planet, the sumptuously designed "Mars and April" is certainly one of a kind.
A decent thriller with more ancillary than theatrical potential.
Thriller is nothing very special or original, but it gets the job done briskly and economically.
Hitching high-concept situations to low-brow execution and popular local stars.
Unchecked histrionics overrun vivid ballistics in the Canadian World War I meller "Passchendaele" (pronounced "passiondale.").
"Superman Kills Self" ranks as one of the most traumatic newspaper headlines of the 1950s to many Americans who were kids then, and the little-discussed sad and seamy aspects of the case are explored…
A "Canadian Graffiti" with girl-power inclinations, this summer-fling comedy turns out to be as generic as its title suggests. Despite an initially amusing premise, teenage sex farce misfires on just…
Just three months after the first chapter in the Tulse Luper saga premiered in competition in Cannes comes a continuation that's more of an expansion of the last third of the first film. Peter…