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John Harkness

Director’s first film in a decade ain’t a classic more

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Jack Nicholson and Morgan Freeman add class to travelogue Bucket List more

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Cannes winner Julian Schnabel isn’t really a director more

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Staid script and direction ground Kite Runner more

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POOR BOY'S GAME (Cl&eacutement Virgo). 104 minutes. Opens Friday (December 7). Rating: more

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ATONEMENT (Joe Wright). 130 minutes. Opens Friday (December 7). Rating: more

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The King Of Kong follows men still obsessed with their joysticks more

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Todd Haynes's Bob Dylan opus is the smartest pic of the year more

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MY BROTHER?S WEDDING (Charles Burnett). 85 minutes. Screens Friday and Sunday (November 23 and 25) at Cinematheque. Rating: more

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THE MIST (Frank Darabont). 127 minutes. Opens Friday (November 23). Rating: more

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Director sifts through the casualties of yet another war for Redacted more

Interviews & Features

LA CHINOISE (Jean-Luc Godard). 97 minutes. Subtitled. Opens Friday (November 16) at Cinematheque Ontario. Rating: more

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Disturbing doc digs up roots of evil more

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An Oscar-tipped turn in No Country For Old Men proves this Goonie is good enough after all more

Movies & TV

Most of these films aren’t on DVD, so Cinematheque’s roundup of rarities is essential viewing more

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Cruise is great, but the film feels like a student’s lecture more

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Cannes winner 4 Months ain't Amélie more

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