Enemy (Review)

The shortest and sweetest reviews tend to be those written about films with little under the surface, but provide harmless entertainment leaving you smiling from ear-to-ear. Although my review of Denis Villeneuve’s 2013 release Enemy will be a relatively short one, there is certainly no lack of depth or higher meaning. Thus, in the name […]

Young People F*cking – Review

Even if you aren’t aware of the contents of Bill C-10, you may recall the controversy it attracted a decade ago. A clause within called for tax credits to be denied for films that contained content “contrary to the public policy”. Outcry was swift and vast with celebrities such as David Cronenberg, Sarah Polley and […]

Room for Rent – Review

Its a rare person who doesn’t dream of winning millions in the lottery jackpot and making all their wildest dreams come true. But what happens if you fail to invest wisely and the money runs out? Just ask the protagonist of Room for Rent. Mitch Baldwin (Mark Little) found himself at the top of the […]

Madame (Review)

Ah, Paris. The country of love… Sometimes. Anne (Toni Collette) and Bob (Harvey Keitel) are struggling with their marriage as indicated in the opening. As a simple bike ride gets out of hand for the two of them and the end up going separate ways. That’s what it like for the wealthy couples. But much […]

Rock and Rule – Review

If you grew up watching television in Canada during the last 45 years, chances are you’ve seen the animated work of Nelvana Studios. From Care Bears, Magic School Bus, and Pippi Longstocking to the more recent Detentionaire and Mysticons, the Toronto-based company has kept kids of all ages entertained with countless episodes of animated adventures. […]