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Review: The Favourite

Yorgos Lanthimos shakes up the historical period drama with The Favourite, a darkly hilarious character study led by three amazing lead performances.

Review: Stan & Ollie

Jon S. Baird’s heartfelt tribute to Laurel and Hardy delivers a most touching view of the extraordinary professional and personal relationship between these icons.

Review: Vice

Vice covers everything but develops almost nothing to a satisfying end in its wildly inconsistent portrait of the former vice president.

Review: Glass

Glass has the potential to make for a satisfying culmination of Shyamalan’s best ideas however, his ambitions may be too lofty, resulting in an underwhelming outcome.

Review: Mary Poppins Returns

Mary Poppins Returns has its charms but cannot escape the shadow of the original.

Review: The Mule

Neither Clint Eastwood nor The Mule itself are the flashiest or most sophisticated effort you'll ever see but the familiarity of their approach lends itself to a satisfying result nonetheless

Review: Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-verse is a loving tribute to the superhero's history and the many forms it has taken since its debut.

Review: At Eternity’s Gate

At Eternity's Gate walks a fine line between overdone collection of cliches and affecting tribute but thanks to Willem Dafoe's performance it leans more to the latter

Review: Creed II

Creed II relies heavily on the traditional Rocky formula to deliver a safe but ultimately satisfying entry into the franchise

Review: Green Book

More than a simple buddy movie, Green Book deftly juggles emotional thematic material with humor and heart.

Review: The Girl In The Spider’s Web

The Girl in the Spider's Web attempts to resurrect the series on the silver screen but fails to match the same level of craftsmanship as its predecessors

Review: Johnny English Strikes Again

Rowan Atkinson returns to the role of Johnny English. For fans, this will be a sequel with diminishing returns; for critics much more of the same

Review: Halloween (2018)

Halloween (2018) succeeds not because it has created something new, but rather because it has resuscitated the DNA of any good slasher flick.

Review: Suspiria (2018)

The prospects of remaking a beloved film classic, particularly within the horror genre, are almost always dismissed with unanimous scorn and...

[EIFF Review] – The Guilty

The Guilty makes the most of its minimalist design relying on stellar sound / production design to deliver a tense thriller