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Holiday Movie Preview 2019

From Oscar bait and actioners to family fare and Werner Herzog, here's the scoop on all the season's hot new releases Read more

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Photographed at the Princess of Wales Theatre by Samuel Engelking

From what gets cut to how much CGI will be used, the performers in the touring musical – in Toronto until January 5 – are hoping for film purr-fection Read more

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Karim Aïnouz's melodrama set in 1950s Rio de Janeiro sensationalizes womanhood Read more

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Werner Herzog’s film about his friend 30 years after his death is as much about Herzog as his subject Read more

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The animated film featuring Will Smith’s spy trapped in a pigeon’s body is buoyant, zippy and pleasant to look at Read more

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Writer/director Greta Gerwig deserves more awards recognition for her sharp, unsentimental version of Louise May Alcott's classic Read more

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The Song Of Names

Sabrina Lantos

François Girard’s historical drama is an empty box of a movie Read more

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63 Up Lynn age 14

Shiver Productions

Michael Apted’s epic film capturing the lives of 14 Brits over half a century gives us a kaleidoscopic view of humanity Read more

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Julieta Cervantes

The sibling filmmakers talk capitalism, Judaism, working with the Weeknd and making Furby relevant again Read more

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Uncut Gems

Courtesy of A24

Adam Sandler gives a high-intensity performance as a jeweller spiralling out of control in the Safdie brothers' latest nerve-racking film Read more

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J.J. Abrams's film isn't as daring or artful as The Last Jedi, but it knits the patchwork mythology of the decades-spanning space opera into a coherent whole Read more

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Terrence Malick’s strongest film since The Tree Of Life speaks to our current political moment Read more

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Bombshell

Hilary B. Gayle

Jay Roach's dramatization of the Fox News sexual harassment scandal sets up interesting moral dilemmas, but slips into a mawkish empowerment narrative Read more

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