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Better Living Through Chemistry

BY LAUREN NISBET

You might have missed Better Living Through Chemistry–as far as I can tell, it never actually made it into wide release. Luckily, you wouldn’t have missed much. 507 more words

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Noah

BY AMBER KELLY-ANDERSON

Director Darren Aronofsky, when he’s at his best, walks the fine line between genius and camp. His latest film, dystopian eco-parable Noah… 461 more words

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Muppets: Most Wanted

BY IRENE KARRAS

One upon a time, long, long ago, there were no 24/7 children’s programming channels. Aside from a couple of hours on weekday mornings on PBS or CBC, “family” programming was relegated to Sunday evenings, and a big part of that glorious block was the variety show… 620 more words

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Divergent

BY JENNA SIMPSON

Be it resolved: Divergent is the new Hunger Games. I will argue in the negative.

Divergent is being endlessly called the new… 791 more words

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Enemy

BY ISA MONTAGNESE

Based on the novel The Double, Enemy stars a promising cast: Jake Gyllenhaal, Isabella Rossellini, Melanie Laurent, Canada’s Sarah Gadon and directed by Quebec’s superstar Denis Villeneuve. 292 more words

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Mr. Peabody & Sherman

BY AMANDA CLARKE

Creating a great kid’s film is a delicate balancing act. While aimed at kids, they still need to be  enjoyable for the parents that will, inevitably, be dragged along with them. 501 more words

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The Husband

BY MICHELLE MEDFORD

Can I call this movie masculinist without being misunderstood? What I mean is, this movie is about a single dad dealing with the repercussions of his wife cheating on him with a teenager (namely, her student). 466 more words

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