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Norman Wilner

Norm talks about his favourite flicks and where to watch them this summer on Metro Morning! more

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NOW Senior Film Writer, Norm Wilner, talks about Don McKellar's 'Last Night' on The Filmmakers! more

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Our Senior Film Writer, Norm Wilner interviewed by ET Canada about Suicide Squad backlash! more

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Norm Wilner hosts an In Conversation with author Tom Roston on May 2nd at Bay Street Video! more

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Norm Wilner will host a Q&A with painter and actor, Stephen Lack who played lead character “Cameron Vale” in the film Scanners! more

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WIN passes to the 35th Anniversary Screening of SCANNERS on April 20th at the Royal followed by a Q&A with Norm Wilner & Stephen Lack + a limited edition National Canadian Film Day prize pack! more

Movies & TV

Our Senior Film Editor, Norm Wilner joins q's pop culture panel to discuss A&E's new prison-set reality show '60 Days In' plus more! more

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Norm Wilner makes a cameo on Global News to discuss a potential Oscars boycott! more

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Norm Wilner shares his Oscar predictions with CTV News Channel! more

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Norm Wilner joins a panel on q to discuss his predictions for Oscar night! more

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Animated crossover film featuring half a dozen Marvel spinoff characters is a bright and shiny delight more

Reviews

From yet another unnecessary Harry Potter prequel to stupid movies featuring Mark Walberg or Jennifer Garner or Bruce Willis wielding guns, here are the year's cinematic stinkers more

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Global TV/Bell Media/Netflix

The Good Place, Barry, BoJack Horseman and Better Call Saul are examining how hard it is to be a better person – and it's fascinating more

Interviews & Features

Daniel Sawka’s film about a 12-year-old Honduran boy in a U.S. ICE detention facility feels calculated to appeal to mainstream viewers more

Reviews

It's always fun to figure out what movie or performance was reclassified in order to get one more famous person to the party more

Interviews & Features

Despite some decent performances, this genre film lacks something new and fresh more

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NOW critics watched a lot of TV this year and not all of it was good. These titles have been permanently removed from our queues. more

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Zombie movie musical features gruesome violence, catchy songs and a radiant central performance more

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The Scarborough-raised actor, who stars opposite Julia Roberts in Homecoming and in Barry Jenkins's If Beale Street Could Talk, wants to knock down doors for local Black filmmakers more

Interviews & Features

Yorgos Lanthimos’s historical picture features a starry cast trading veiled insults and clearly having a great time more

Reviews

Jeremy LaLonde’s raucous film about two terrible people who try to raise money to get out of Toronto for good is packed with fine local talent more

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Marvel

Here's what you need to know about martial arts master Shang-Chi (and who we think should play him) more

Interviews & Features

The annual anointment of Canadian cinema focuses on coming-of-age stories in a big way – and leaves out more than a few of the usual suspects more

Interviews & Features

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Samuel Engelking

Seventh annual event to screen documentaries on transgender people in the U.S. military, three violent years in Baltimore and the aftermath of a hate crime more

Film Fests & Special Screenings

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Carlos Somonte

Alfonso Cuarón's masterwork might finally give the streaming service a shot at big-time awards glory – just don't stream it more

Interviews & Features

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Courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures

The first reactions to DC's holiday superhero movie are predictably encouraging... but they're also curated by the studio to be that way, so who can we trust? more

Interviews & Features

Director Akash Sherman’s sci-fi drama mixes the manic-pixie-dream-girl genre with weightier themes more

Reviews

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Samuel Engelking

The expanded version of Colin Brunton's short doc about an infamous Horseshoe Tavern concert in 1978 celebrates a milestone at the Revue Cinema more

Film Fests & Special Screenings

The world is not wanting for reboots, but these caped (or eared) crusaders are truly deserving of a comeback more

Interviews & Features

Ali Abbasi’s eerie Cannes prizewinner is based on a short story by Let The Right One In author John Ajvide Lindqvist more

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