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Sook-Yin Lee’s initially disorienting film starring Sarah Gadon as a woman dealing with the death of her father comes together by the end 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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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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Canadian-made documentary sidesteps the ugliness of human impact on the earth in favour of capturing nature's resilience 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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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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Beautiful ennui turns torrid in Berlin-based Canadian director Drew Lint's striking feature debut more

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Documentary on famed makeup artist seldom rises above formulaic territory more

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James Crump's loving doc pays homage to influential fashion illustrator Antonio Lopez with help from Bill Cunningham, Pat Cleveland and Jessica Lange more

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Yen Tan's moving drama set during the first wave of the AIDS crisis suggests a lot more

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Ron Howard’s Han Solo prequel is the first of the new Star Wars movies that never jumps to lightspeed more

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But, unlike in his Oscar winning A Fantastic Woman, Sebastián Lelio doesn’t convey the essence of his central character’s inner conflict more

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Canadian writer/director Eisha Marjara's charming dramedy goes beyond the physical transition narrative more

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Wim Wenders doesn’t present a balanced portrait of the radical Catholic leader, but his subject’s spirit still shines through more

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Ryan Reynolds and crew are excellent, but the laughs are muffled, there are too many secondary characters and the plot is too complicated more

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Suzanne Clément and Allan Hawco are excellent as an expectant couple spending a really bad weekend in a haunted inn more

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The directors could have delved deeper into their subject’s fascinating contradictions more

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