We meet flatulent Italian Spazzolino, a wooden migrant to the New World, step into a barber shop with talking combs, and hear about the struggles of travel from simply constructed dolls.
The original works testify to the skills of the BalletX dancers and the abilities of new generations of ballet choreographers.
Henrik Eger’s entertaining, yet sensitive review of a fun holiday show.
The Heath Quartet plays Tippett, Britten, and Purcell
As we enter the season of unpredictable weather, go to Act II to get their take on the warm and fuzzies mixed with the cold shoulder.
We like our fantasies to be readily identifiable as such and to be realistic in their details.
The exuberant choreography was spectacular, the dancers striking, and the dramatic finale stirred the viewers’ imagination.
The film explores the lengths that someone will go just to save their reputation and/or bank account.
Naomi Orwin asks: Would a woman have envisioned a different Nora? A different Torvald?
A review in words and sketches.
The film blogosphere has been alight about Joseph Kahn’s latest feature, Bodied, since its explosive debut at TIFF over a year ago.
Not quite “Sing, oh muse, of the rage of Achilles.”
From Portugal comes what is easily the funniest film of 2018
Civilization has collapsed but The Simpsons is still going.
In this world, space isn’t the final frontier. It’s the California desert post-gold rush.
Dan Scully reviews the latest movie from the director of The Lobster.
Like all good thrillers, THE GUILTY weaves in current issues from the real world,
The thrill of a big show-biz production and the feeling of authenticity
Call me a snob, but I’ve never understood the idea of enjoying something ironically. The enjoyment of the “it’s so good it’s bad” phenomena for movies like The Room tend…