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Perceptive viewers will find plenty to love in It’s Only The End of the World

By Zach Green, September 27 2016 — At just 27-years old, Québecois director Xavier Dolan has had an extraordinary career. The Canadian marvel has already directed six films and is considered one of Canada’s most treasured directors. Dolan’s newest release, It’s Only the End of the World, is a beautiful and deeply soulful film with…

I Saw the Light, and it was terrible

By Danielle Kim, April 1 2016 — When a film tries to capture the story of a prolific individual, it either results in a captivating tribute or completely loses its message in the attempt. Unfortunately, I Saw the Light fits into the latter category. The Hank Williams biopic documents the rise and fall of the…

Eddie the Eagle is a predictable but fun romp

By Jarrett Edmund, February 23 2016 — Something special took place at the 1988 Winter Olympic Games in Calgary — it wasn’t the improbable run of the Jamaican Bobsled Team, nor was it the heroic failure of an inexperienced British ski jumper. The true heroes of the event are the big-budget Hollywood dramatizations that followed…

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