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The National Film Board of Canada (NFB) and Red Bull Media House present True North, a nine-part docuseries that provides an intimate look at the rise of the Toronto hoop dream through the stories of five young athletes, inspired by the wave of professional talent coming from their city. Director Ryan Sidhoo captures the raw emotion of navigating...
www.facebook.com/mohitsmovies/ Set in turn-of-the-century Ottawa's historic grand hotel on the eve of a young couple's arranged wedding, CHATEAU LAURIER offers a wry slice-of-life glimpse into romance in the early 1900s. Filmed in one day, on a low budget, the talent of the actors and the very high production value, stunning sets and lush costumes (with the Royal York standing in...
In superhero movies, sheer lively deliver-the-goods competence can be a quality you’re grateful for — or one that seems awesomely innocuous. In “Justice League,” it’s a little of both. The film is the definition of an adequate high-spirited studio lark: no more, no less. If fans get excited about it, that may mostly be because Powered by WPeMatico
“Future Man” pays tribute to countless pop culture properties, from “Back to the Future,” which it references in dialogue, to “Breaking Bad,” which it apes visually and from which it borrows some plot elements. But the main problem with “Future Man” is not that it echoes any number of films and TV series, especially the Powered by WPeMatico
The medium is the message – or so they say. If Paddy Chayefsky’s classic TV news satire isn’t just prescient, but positively prophetic in our age of fake news, the point is pressed home by an intricate multimedia staging that makes it almost impossible to tell fact from fiction. Majestically played by “Breaking Bad’s” Bryan Powered by WPeMatico