D E J A V U (Review)

Mystical Creativity, a short and simple video of vibrant colours and stunning visuals. D E J A V U treats the viewer to a quick series of clips starring Antonia Juric in a couple of different unique styles ranging from simple to elaborate. For those who don’t understand what this is all about, it focuses […]

Two Lovers and a Bear (Review)

After just coming off my series of reviews on the filmography of Xavier Dolan, I needed something with a slight change of pace for my review this week. I sought something that is thematically deep and executed with artistic grace, but also unencumbered by stylistic hang-ups that can dog Dolan’s films. Based on what I […]

Mutants (Review)

Who likes playing baseball? …Me neither. Well, that’s what this film is about anyhow. What, you thought a film called Mutants was about monsters made from toxic waste? No. It’s about a French Canadian baseball team of teens ready for practice. But before it can begin, they must initiate their new team member Keven (Joseph […]

Final Comments on Xavier Dolan

Last week I concluded my review series of Xavier Dolan’s films with his latest (and possibly most disappointing) effort, It’s Only the End of the World. I have already made my opinions clear on each of his works, but now it seems only fitting I sum everything up and give a brief outline of my […]

Fly (Review)

What is it with these foreign types of films distributed by Travelling? I can see why they have that name. The movies have me traveling to figure out so much. Geez. Our film stars Amy Sobol as a geeky girl. And she looks an awful lot like Ugly Betty or some geeky girl you probably […]