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Romance 2016

Tatiana Maslany and Dane DeHaan are terrific, but Kim Nguyen's magic-realist film wanders Read more

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Even Toronto's Sarah Gadon can't save misguided historical pic Read more

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But stars Michael Fassbender and Alicia Vikander – who met while making the film – shine Read more

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Jean Dujardin playing a short person is like a white actor in blackface Read more

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Sure, we know what happens but the discovery is lovely to watch Read more

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Indie Toronto feature starring Alison Brie and Colin Hanks is one of the worst films of the year Read more

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Game Of Thrones’ Emilia Clarke and Hunger Games’ Sam Claflin have great chemistry in adaptation of bestselling weeper Read more

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Kate Beckinsale is great in Jane Austen pic, but newcomer Tom Bennett steals the film Read more

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Anna Kendrick and Sam Rockwell have a blast in this rom-com, and so will you Read more

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Dublin-set romance is a rapturous musical collaboration Read more

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Dramedy Hello My Name Is Doris’s superb cast doesn’t have much to work with Read more

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In a near-future world, single people are given 45 days to find a mate – or they’re turned into the animal of their choice Read more

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Nia Vardalos can write a joke but this sequel is barely skin deep Read more

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Knight Of Cups’ Cate Blanchett and Christian Bale are alienated in L.A. Read more

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The Stratford Festival’s ambitious project of filming every one of Shakespeare’s plays continues Read more

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Mountains May Depart is a fascinating ride Read more

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How To Be Single follows four women (and a couple of men) over a year or so of hookups, relationships and personal growth in NYC Read more

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Already Tomorrow In Hong Kong is the latest iteration of the walk-and-talk romance genre pioneered and perfected by Richard Linklater, Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy in the Before trilogy. Read more

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