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APTN show about an Indigenous entrepreneur and drag queen in macho Fort McMurray deftly touches on difficult themes more

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The frantic, often shrieky new comedy features Jon Hamm, Ed Helms, Jake Johnson and Hannibal Buress chasing Jeremy Renner – and it's a lot of fun more

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Documentary about a child monk and his mentor/servant’s journey to a Tibetan monastery is worth the trek more

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Michael Pearce’s film about a damaged woman drawn to a damaged man while their community is gripped by murders is a competent but middling genre exercise more

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Brad Bird’s animated superhero sequel mostly restages the stuff that worked in the 2004 original more

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Director X’s version of the blaxploitation classic is less provocative – and features a less compelling lead actor – than the original more

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Netflix's updated version of the classic true-crime documentary series is a missed opportunity more

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And not because Sandra Bullock’s Debbie Ocean is a poor substitute for George Clooney's Danny, but because Gary Ross is a poor substitute for Steven Soderbergh more

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Documentary tracking a war crimes trial packs a ton of info and issues into a powerful pic more

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Documentary about the master chef serves up international food porn and intriguing ideas about sustainability more

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Antoine Bourges’s Toronto-set feature debut is formally rigorous but surprisingly moving more

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Ari Aster’s film about a family coming apart is terrifying even without the supernatural elements, but it settles into a conventional groove near the end more

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A blank lead and unconvincing relationship triangle mar this indie film set in Sault Ste. Marie more

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Canadian-made documentary sidesteps the ugliness of human impact on the earth in favour of capturing nature's resilience more

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You’ll want to see this gritty, funny thriller before your friends see it and spoil all the best parts more

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Morgan Neville’s film shows how the TV icon fearlessly dealt with profound issues on his show for preschoolers more

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After a one-note pilot, this chronicle of New York ball culture in the 80s gathers weight and prioritizes knowing LGBTQ viewers more

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HBO's corporate dramedy is not about the one per cent, but the titans who set the table for the one per cent to come and feed more

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Shailene Woodley holds the screen effortlessly as a woman who spent 41 days lost at sea after she and her fiancé were caught in Hurricane Raymond more

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Tarique Qayumi’s drama shot clandestinely in Kabul strains to highlight its central metaphor more

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