Keanu Reeves plays a hitman in ‘John Wick,’ and he may just be cinema’s next great badass.
Mark Hartley’s documentary about the b-movie production company Cannon Films is fun but mean-spirited.
Kevin Smith’s latest horror comedy is the punchline to a joke that was funnier without one.
The second 26-part horror anthology is even better than the original.
Wes Ball’s sci-fi sidescroller races breathlessly towards a laughable conclusion.
Liam Neeson stars in a private detective thriller that’s almost disturbing enough to be interesting.
Gareth Edwards’ distinctive vision of ‘Godzilla’ comes home on a beautiful Blu-ray with adequate special features.
Ghostbusters 2 finally comes to Blu-ray in a two-disc Blu-ray set with impressive transfers and some – but not enough – great special features.
William Bibbiani reviews ‘October Gale,’ ‘Revenge of the Green Dragons’ and ‘Tokyo Tribe’ as TIFF 2014 concludes.
Brian Formo looks at some indies starring Keira Knightley, Sam Rockwell, Chloe Grace Moretz and Sullivan Stapleton and two foreign films, all from TIFF 2014.
Idris Elba and Taraji Henson star in a no-good thriller that lets both of them down.
Tom Hardy gives an uncanny performance in Michael R. Roskam’s gripping new crime drama.
Kristen Wiig and Bill Hader are hilarious in a comedy that tries a little too hard to be serious.
Al Pacino and Greta Gerwig give fine performances in a film that never finds the right balance between comedy and tragedy.
Simon Pegg top-lines a travelogue tale that’s made pleasant by a cast of aces, but you wish they were all on a different adventure.
A sometimes enchanting, sometimes simplistic tale of grief overcome by fantasy from acclaimed artist Dave McKean.
Peter Strickland finds the mundane in the erotic – and vice-versa – in this gorgeously produced love affair about role-playing lesbian lepidopterists.
‘The Imitation Game’ has a massive, important, entirely worthwhile story, but it packs it all into a safe Award Movie package, without sinking its teeth in.
Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones shine in a visually thrilling chronicle of Stephen Hawking’s extraordinary life and wife.
An Aussie crime caper that’s full of familiar faces plays a familiar humdrum tune. And also an atrocious score.