Never Look Away – Review

Note: there are spoilers in this review. Gerhard Richter’s famous blurred photo-paintings have captured the attention of art galleries for decades. Called the greatest painter alive, Richter’s art asks one question: what is the truth? His paintings of photographs are, according to him, an attempt to find the truth. As he once said, “The photograph […]

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Alita: Battle Angel – Review

In a world where a cyborg hit-man dog-lover roams around thug-driven bars, with his cybernetically enhanced rottweilers, Alita: Battle Angel’s environment and lavish sets is a beautiful convoluted piece of world building. Composed by the one and only Robert Rodriguez, famed and critically acclaimed director behind The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl in 3-D (No, […]

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Cold Pursuit – Review

I wasn’t really looking forward to Cold Pursuit at first, with the more than expected extreme winter weather conditions as of late. After recent developments in a specific interview with Liam Neeson, my anticipation for the film slowly amounted to a shrug, nothing to spectacular to look forward too, but nothing completely deplorable, or for […]

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What Men Want – Review

A lot has changed in our society in the nineteen years since What Women Want, a romantic comedy starring Mel Gibson as a chauvinist who learns not to be a pig after being afflicted with a curse that lets him hear women’s thoughts, was released in December 2000 to stunning box office success. That film […]

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The Lego Movie 2 – Review

A big round of applause to The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part for entering the “animated sequel cinematic toxic masculinity commentary” universe for young children series, joining alongside the ranks of the Academy Award Nominated Ralph Breaks The Internet! Ah yes, The Lego Movie 2. The long anticipated wait is finally over, and thankfully, it […]

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The Importance of Racetime (2019)

The evolution of Canadian animation is a strange and mystical one. Through the numerous ventures of Mclaren’s experimental think pieces, to the NFB’s bizzare passion projects, the lengthy story of Canada’s adaption of the mis-underrepresented medium is an important and vulnerable piece of Canadian heritage. Now it’s 2019, and the current state of Canadian Animation […]

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