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Movie Review: 'Argylle' won't blow your socks off

Movie Review: 'Argylle' won't blow your socks off

A checkered mesh of mysteries have accompanied the release of Matthew Vaughn’s “Argylle.
Cineplex pulls South Indian film following drive-by shootings at GTA movie theatres

Cineplex pulls South Indian film following drive-by shootings at GTA movie theatres

TORONTO — Cineplex has cancelled screenings of a South Indian film following four drive-by shootings at theatres throughout the Greater Toronto Area the day it premiered.
Ottawa to pour $100 million into Telefilm Canada over two years

Ottawa to pour $100 million into Telefilm Canada over two years

OTTAWA — The federal government plans to pour $100 million into the film and TV industry. Heritage Minister Pascale St-Onge says the money will go to Telefilm Canada over two years.
What director Molly McGlynn's deeply personal movie, "Fitting In," taught its stars

What director Molly McGlynn's deeply personal movie, "Fitting In," taught its stars

TORONTO — A lesson in self-care was not on Maddie Ziegler’s agenda when she arrived on the set of Canadian director Molly McGlynn’s semi-autobiographical movie “Fitting In.
Movie Review: 'Orion and the Dark' loses itself in the leap from children's book to animated film

Movie Review: 'Orion and the Dark' loses itself in the leap from children's book to animated film

To say the hero of Netflix's new animated movie “Orion and the Dark” is fearful is an understatement.
Movie Review: In ‘How to Have Sex,’ the party suddenly stops being fun

Movie Review: In ‘How to Have Sex,’ the party suddenly stops being fun

For women of a certain age who grew up being told that if they wore the wrong thing, drank a little too much, or gave the wrong signals that they were “asking for it,” it might seem like the youths of today have it good, or at least quite a bit bette
Celine Dion doc on Stiff Person Syndrome heads to Prime Video

Celine Dion doc on Stiff Person Syndrome heads to Prime Video

Celine Dion says she's determined to not let a rare neurological disorder define her and hopes an upcoming documentary about her experience can help others.
A quiet weekend at the box office, with ‘The Beekeeper' on top and some Oscar boosts

A quiet weekend at the box office, with ‘The Beekeeper' on top and some Oscar boosts

Movie theaters and audiences settled for seconds this weekend. With no new wide releases on the schedule, a mob of holdovers sustained the North American box office, which was led by “ The Beekeeper ” in its third week of release.
'In the Summers' and 'Porcelain War' win top prizes at Sundance Film Festival

'In the Summers' and 'Porcelain War' win top prizes at Sundance Film Festival

“In the Summers,” an affecting, years-spanning drama about a complicated parent-children relationship, nabbed the Grand Jury prize at the 40th Sundance Film Festival, while the top honor for documentary went to “Porcelain War,” about a Ukrainian coup
Snoop Dogg leads a group of potty-mouthed kids as a youth football coach in 'The Underdoggs' film

Snoop Dogg leads a group of potty-mouthed kids as a youth football coach in 'The Underdoggs' film

LOS ANGELES (AP) — In Snoop Dogg’s new film “The Underdoggs,” the use of cuss words are the norm between adults and children who find themselves wasted in a booze-chugging scene.