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EDITORIAL: Bigger Movies on Smaller Screens

Earlier this year, my parents asked me what big movies coming up were shot in Vancouver and elsewhere in our home province of BC. As far as major theatrical releases were concerned, the only title

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First Trailer Drops for the Highly Anticipated Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania

An increasingly common criticism of the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Phase Four has been its apparent aimlessness, a sentiment with which I am inclined to agree. While it does feature standouts in Shang-Chi and the Legend

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Prey is the Strongest Predator Entry Since the 1987 Original

One of the biggest movie events of the year (and in recent cinematic history) has been the release of Top Gun: Maverick, which has wowed critics and audiences alike while grossing almost $1.5 billion US

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Could Ryan Gosling Actually Be Joining the MCU?

Ryan Gosling set the world on fire a few weeks ago (and no, I’m not talking about that first look at him as Barbie’s Ken) when he said that he would be interested in Ghost

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Has Xavier Dolan’s Own Filmmaking Style Caught Up with Him?

Allow me to make one thing very clear about Quebecois director Xavier Dolan from the outset: he is an undeniably talented filmmaker. As much has been clear since his cinematic debut, I Killed My Mother,

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If The Boys is the Best Running Live-Action Superhero Show, then Invincible is the Best Animated One

I’ve been on something of a superhero bender recently, even by my own standards. Admittedly, the entertainment spectrum has never been so saturated with movies and TV shows, to the point that the newly released

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