THE PAINTER AND THE THIEF – REVIEW

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, multiple acclaimed art house distribution studios have stepped up their digital game by offering an eclectic home video experience. One of these distributors is the award-winning Neon, a company which recently garnered the coveted Best Picture award at this year’s Academy Awards for their underdog awards campaign for Bong […]

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THE TRIP TO GREECE – REVIEW

If anything has been concretely proven righteous in the past decade, is that the formula for the The Trip saga is easily one of the most infinitely re-watchable, quotable, and enjoyable concepts for any film franchise out there. A ridiculously simplistic idea  anchored by two admirable comics, The Trip and all of it’s sequels have […]

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SPACESHIP EARTH – REVIEW

Approximately a year ago, I was seated at the TIFF Bell Lightbox ready to view Matt Wolf’s Recorder: The Marion Stokes Project at the 2019 Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival. Not knowing anything about the director behind the camera/editing suite, I was intrigued by Wolf’s ambitious cinematic interpretation of obsession. Recorder ended up becoming […]

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DOUBLE TAKE – THE HALF OF IT

WELCOME TO DOUBLE TAKE, OUR FREQUENT COLLABORATIVE WRITING SERIES FROM THE ON THE CLOCK TEAM, IN WHICH TWO OR MORE MEMBERS OF OUR WRITING COMMITTEE REVIEW THE SAME FILM, EITHER WITH A SIMILAR OR DIFFERENT OPINION. TODAY’S ARTICLE IS ON ALICE WU’S THE HALF OF IT, WHICH IS CURRENTLY STREAMING WORLDWIDE ON NETFLIX. MINOR SPOILERS AHEAD Lesbian […]

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