Denis Villeneuve convinces Jake Gyllenhaal to undertake a journey into the subconscious with "Enemy," a simultaneously unsettling and exasperating work of speculative fiction.
An eerily precise match of filmmaker and material, "Cosmopolis" probes the soullessness of the 1% with the cinematic equivalent of latex gloves.
Possibly setting a record for most images of needles piercing human skin in a motion picture, Brandon Cronenberg's syringe-tastic "Antiviral" suggests the fledgling filmmaker has some…
Easily the least of the three hockey-themed features at Toronto this year, "Breakaway" hits every triumph-of-the-underdog sports movie cliche squarely on the head.
This complex story from the early days of psychoanalysis engrosses and even amuses as it unfolds through a series of conversations, treatment sessions and exchanged letters.
A great ensemble cast doesn't necessarily lead to a great film -- but it helps. In five of the 12 years it has been awarded, the SAG Award for ensemble cast of a film has predicted the picture award…
The sorry track record for vidgame-to-bigscreen translations goes unchallenged by "Silent Hill," though above-average interest is generated for a time by "Brotherhood of the Wolf" helmer Christophe…
A saga of love and music spanning more than 300 years, Canadian director Francois Girard's follow-up to his well-regarded "Thirty Two Short Films About Glenn Gould" is nothing if not ambitious…
Denys Arcand's "Love and Human Remains" is a spirited comedy about a group of urbanites trying to get a grip on their sexuality and place in the world. The Quebecois filmmaker's first…
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