Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery Review
Rian Johnson set himself a gargantuan task when he decided to take on a sequel to the wildly successful Knives Out. After all, how could anyone capture that special kind of old-school movie magic back-to-back? It sounded virtually impossible and this critic was admittedly quite skeptical. More fool me. Johnson turns the volume up to…
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness Review
Director Sam Raimi takes Marvel fans on a wild, supernatural ride in the latest Doctor Strange cinematic adventure.
Scarborough Review: The Kids Are Alright
It’s hard to put into words the emotions that Shasha Nakhai and Rich Williamson’s Scarborough elicits. This intimate look into the lives of three young Toronto kids (and their low-income, marginalized families) runs the gamut from joy in the smallest of victories to rage at the failures of people and systems that turn a blind eye or…