Laggies

Laggies

Lynn Shelton, director Andrea Siegel, script Starring: Keira Knightley (Megan), Chloe Grace Moretz (Annika), Sam Rockwell (Craig), Ellie Kemper (Allison), Kaitlyn Dever (Misty), Mark Webber (Anthony), Kristen deLohr Helland (Danielle) Zoomers certainly know about...
Whiplash

Whiplash

Upsetting the hoary clichés about the gentle mentor who turns young musicians into true artists, Whiplash is a stunning drama about high-stakes competition that feels more like a sports film than a musical one.

Rudderless

Rudderless

How does a parent deal with the death of a child? Rudderless, the name of William H. Macy’s first directorial effort as well as the band that begins to rise to recognition in the film, is truly about the emotion that fills its lead character, Sam, as he deals with his personal grief. The film features a brilliant performance by Billy Crudup as Sam, a man who has lost his path after his son dies in a campus mass slaying.

Fury

Fury

It’s a surprise to see a tough Second World War battlefield film like Fury pop up in mainstream cinemas, starring Brad Pitt of all people. Zoomers will fondly recall a time when movie theatres regularly showed big budget World War Two films but that era has long since passed.

Mommy

Mommy

Xavier Dolan, director and script Starring: Anne Dorval (Diane “Die” Despres), Antoine-Olivier Pilon (Steve Despres), Suzanne Clement (Kyla), Alexandre Goyette (Patrick), Patrick Huard (Paul Beliveau) Xavier Dolan drives me crazy. I’m a huge supporter of Canadian...
Gone Girl

Gone Girl

We’re living in a time of degrading entertainment shows that manufacture celebrities out of those unfortunate enough to have their private lives exposed to the media. At least in America, the recession of 2008 hit hard and it’s no surprise that a lowlife hangout in Gone Girl is set in a decaying abandoned shopping mall.