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19.9.2017 · Name T.B.A.

Way over the top with shooting and explosions. I doubt these black op and Navy Seal guys use 100 rounds each to get a target. Otherwise, good solid action and a story that makes sense for a change.

jenny@@ 17.9.2017   reply age: 36-49   51 reviews

16.9.2017 · Toni Beninger

This excellent movie deals with an ongoing issue that plagues many North American Indigenous peoples in a profound way. Pay special attention to any dialog between the Jeremy Renner character (former game hunter) and the Reservation Police Chief or the victim's father to understand the depth and complexity of challenges faced by these people. Yes there are some very violent scenes but they are real life scenes, not drummed-up explosions and car chases. This movie is well worth seeing!

newlismore@@ 14.9.2017   reply age: 50+   39 reviews

13.9.2017 · Name T.B.A.

Captivating story well told and acted. All the more engaging since it is a true story. Slightly hard to follow at times for those who are not teckies but certainly very effective. Will leave you thinking.

marcuswillbe@@ 10.9.2017   reply age: 50+   37 reviews

12.9.2017 · Name T.B.A.

The book is far better but we got a few jolts and overall, it was entertaining. The kids were 9/10 of the cast and did a good acting job. Not as scary as Annabelle.

jill@@ 11.9.2017   reply age: 26-35   900 reviews

9.9.2017 · Perry Rose

A powerful movie! Slow moving to start, but culminating in some deeply disturbing, yet brilliantly crafted scenes towards the end. A strong lead performance from Jeremy Renner and a surprisingly effective performance from Elizabeth Olsen. Yet, more than anything, exceptional supporting performances (many for only one or two scenes) from those actors cast as native Americans, which made for a shocking and moving portrayal of life on a remote Indian reservation. Brilliant cinematography. Welcome relief following a summer of disappointing blockbusters. An early contender for Best Picture.

prose@@ 8.9.2017   reply age: 50+   122 reviews

6.9.2017 · Glenn Lloyd

Wind river I gave it a ten A great story right to the end It's a different world on the reserve Surely it's not what they deserve The life in these hills seems cruel and blind Survival must always be on their mind We're supposed to be past the animal stage But some still need to be put in a cage.

socloc@@ 2.9.2017   reply age: 50+   27 reviews

5.9.2017 · Robert Desmarais

Eddie Murphy is well know for comedies. In this film, he is not playing a comic, but a simple man with a hearth so generous that people around him get better. I loved this movie and suggest that you give it a try.

robertd@@ 3.9.2017   reply age: 50+   1st review

2.9.2017 · Name T.B.A.

I guess it was a 5. When I saw the trailer, I thought that this would b good and funny, and also because it has 2 good actors but it wasn't really funny. If anything, this movie was more action than comedy. Kinda boring, and a bit disappointing.

boy.danny@@ 31.8.2017   reply age: 13-17   46 reviews

2.9.2017 · Rodger Todhunter

I thought this movie was an excellent cinematographic suspenseful "who done it". Great winter landscape (Alberta) and lots of snow and snow events. Very nice change to see this vs. the movies that are out this summer.

rodger@@ 30.8.2017   reply age: 50+   30 reviews

1.9.2017 · Deborah Danna

Loved, loved this movie. Took my granddaughter who is five to see it and ten minutes in she whispered," I like this movie ". First time she ever commented on a movie during a show without asking. The animation was fantastic, and the characters were great. I'll see it again.

moviegoer@@ 30.8.2017   reply age: 50+   1st review

30.8.2017 · Suraj Dayal

Not a fan of zombie films in general. They are typically cheesy and always follow the same formula. But this film went out of its comfort zone and showed something different in a genre that has always been the same. Definitely some great performances and script.

suraj@@ 30.8.2017   reply age: 18-25   107 reviews

29.8.2017 · Karen Corkhill

Amazingly I felt quite uplifted after viewing this film, even though there were many sobering statistics and examples of the impact of climate change. Al Gore has certainly found his passion and is a great ambassador for change. It was heartening to see how many people are working hard to address this issue, which I believe is the most important global issue to address. Worth seeing.

linda@@ 22.8.2017   reply age: 50+   154 reviews

26.8.2017 · Nabiha Mili

This movie could have been much better. Some unnecessary lengths could have been replaced by more interesting discussions between the main character and his parents or the main character and the girlfriend. It sounded like a movie for young teenagers still very immature. Only the girl and her father were credible.

itisme@@ 22.8.2017   reply age: 50+   117 reviews

23.8.2017 · Pietro Antoni De Vita

The life and work of YSL are accurately depicted in this, another film of the famed designer. We get to see Yves warts and all from his youth to pretty well up to the end. The fashion industry was no mystery to me, but his private life from shy boy to quite the man who could never be pleased in all areas of life was a bit disturbing. His faithlessness to his partner Pierre was not shocking but, I would say, sad. All in all, it is a feature worth seeing!

pad.opera@@ 19.8.2017   reply age: 36-49   6051 reviews

22.8.2017 · David Yang

Not the best by any means, but a laugh out loud movie that will bring joy to your viewing experience. Me and a buddy of mine we had a good time for sure.

kingdavid@@ 20.8.2017   reply age: 26-35   62 reviews

19.8.2017 · Tazmin Shariff

I needed a pick me up and this movie delivered in spades. Filled with humour, adventure and creativity. I loved that as an animated movie, it didn't rely on CGI to make it fun. It used plain old fashioned story telling and creativity. Jackie Chan's voice and the depiction of the kung-fu mice gang was inspired!! The final battle scenes between man and beast was a riot! I chortled as much as the 4 year old kid beside me!! Go see it!

tashariff@@ 16.8.2017   reply age: 36-49   142 reviews

16.8.2017 · Alex Lee

An absolute powerhouse of a movie. It is an emotional roller coaster but is presented really well with a bunch of different time lines that are easy to follow. The acting by all is fantastic.

al_luk@@ 12.8.2017   reply age: 36-49   192 reviews

15.8.2017 · Clifford Anderson

The story is 50 years ago America race tensions. The thing is, you can change the Motown group to a Rap group and it would happen the same way today. The movie takes a couple of stages. The first part of the movie sets up the mood and jumps around from character to character before bringing them all together in the main part of the movie at the hotel. I wish I knew that ahead of time as I had a bit of difficulty following what was happening to who and how it fit into the story later.

clifforda@@ 8.8.2017   reply age: 50+   188 reviews

12.8.2017 · Brenda Morton

If you are not a Stephen King "Constant Reader", you may like this movie. If you are, then be prepared to see something where Sai King has forgotten the face of his father (and so did Ron Howard in producing this mess.) The casting was decent. Some of the visuals were good, but the script... oh my gosh... terrible. I know this is an adaptation, and I was hoping for something as good as Shawshank and Green Mile... but I was sorely disappointed. There was homage to many of Kings other books, which was good, but maybe they could have spent more time expanding this movie? Looks like there will be sequels, but not sure if I will go see them. I'm going to go read the books again. For the 19th time. Erase the memory of this movie from my mind.

bl.morton@@ 11.8.2017   reply age: 50+   254 reviews

9.8.2017 · Joe Kanuck

It's been over 20 years since I read any of the Black Tower books... and I can't remember a thing about them. So, I went into the movie with no preconceptions... and... I liked it. First off, Idris Elba is a great actor, and anything he's in is getting an automatic 5, at least. The biggest problem I had with the movie is that it felt a bit rushed. There was a lot going on and it basically jumped into the story half way through, and was over just as you were getting settled in. Regardless, I enjoyed the movie. I have no idea how they are going to get sequels out of this but there is certainly enough material from King to work with. Worth seeing it on the big screen.

joe.kanuck@@ 8.8.2017   reply age: 50+   186 reviews

8.8.2017 · Scott Phillips

This could have been a lot better... They kept jumping amongst 4 different stories... Would have been better if they gave some back ground and stuck with 1 or 2 main stories.

magnateataxia@@ 6.8.2017   reply age: 36-49   255 reviews

5.8.2017 · Barry Legh

Great entertainment! I haven't laughed that much at a movie in a long long time. A bit counter-intuitive I suppose, but the writers and staff are quite eccentric but so committed to the notion of producing great news. It was sooo interesting!

glegh@@ 2.8.2017   reply age: 50+   119 reviews

2.8.2017 · Claude Larocque

In the chick flic category but not sucky. There are funny as well as sad and emotional moments. It also has food for thought relating to different generations and etnicities. All in all an enjoyable movie.

elaroc2478@@ 1.8.2017   reply age: 50+   278 reviews

1.8.2017 · Ben Mortlock

I was expecting a female John Wick but this was a more typical spy movie. NOC List, Double Agent etc. James Macavoy was the best part as Percival the Berlin Station Cheif. It seems like there will be a sequel given the surprise ending I will definitely see it as well.

bmubersoldat52@@ 29.7.2017   reply age: 26-35   86 reviews

29.7.2017 · Darrell Simpson

Well first up Tom Cruise NOR Brad Pitt were in this one so those Haters have nothing to say... and likely won't. I was really looking forward to this one... but came away still wondering how I really felt about it. The constant 2-3 minutes of switching between the 3-4 storylines was rather annoying. I get why they were doing it but this caused it to drag on more than helped IMO. As some points already touched on... the other thing that stood out was how quiet things were. Now maybe when they Germans were still far away from the beach... but even during the evacuation you hardly heard any gunfire or explosions... I guess budget considerations. The movie had some cool scenes like the aerial combat... but at times it didn't really appear to be very realistic. I would assume by the time the Battle of Britain came along the RAF could shoot straighter. They didn't spend a ton of money on Script Writers... because there pretty much wasn't any to speak of. You could watch the Foreign Language versions and not really miss anything... For me, one scene summarizes it all. That was when those soldiers were in the hole of the boat being shot at. With 50 bullet holes and the ship starting to sink... they start shouting "PLUG THE HOLES!!"... so they try... WITH THEIR HANDS... OMG... that scene sunk the ship for me.

h009291@@ 22.7.2017   reply age: 50+   374 reviews

26.7.2017 · Charlotte Wilton

I thought this movie was absolutely gripping. The format and approach was unlike anything I've seen before and I really enjoyed it. The casting is dead on. Cinematography brilliant. I would highly recommend it.

charrywilton@@ 26.7.2017   reply age: 36-49   93 reviews

25.7.2017 · Darren Boucher

A Nolan masterpiece. Imax is a must. MUST. The tension throughout is masterful, unbelievably effective with little, but the mind, and a few steady beats. Very little blood. No body parts flying everywhere. No heads popping. I don't want to give anything away. You feel like you're in the battle, struggling with everyone else to survive. No one went to the washroom. Nobody moved. It was gripping. Can't wait for a second viewing. I saw it in 70mm, not that I know the difference. I'll see it in regular Imax next weekend, then I'll know. I lucked out with a single seat, right in the middle, best seat in the house. Lol, I stumbled in after the opening credits and bulldozed my way over like fifteen people. Every person was bumped, stepped on and tripped over. It was like I was in a TV show, it was so funny. Everyone was so mad. Thought I'd share that one.

stanlee@@ 24.7.2017   reply age: 36-49   262 reviews

22.7.2017 · Francois Le Page

It is a remarkable movie because not only it reminds us the horror of war, but you feel like being part of that episode. A lot of people died but the survivors will see their lives changed for ever. You truly feel their fear and their helplessness through great actors that I did not know for the most part. The soundtrack is very efficient putting you in the ambiance during the 2 hours. The scenario is well written with a good rhythm; you never get bored. Overall, it is a must see movie if not only to learn a little more about our history.

lepagef@@ 22.7.2017   reply age: 50+   7 reviews

21.7.2017 · John E Brennan

Worthwhile, character-driven film about the [...] most of us have inside of us. The biggest question the Hero offers: Can people really change? Movies ask this over and over, and the Hero asks it well. The standout for me was Laura Prepon, though Sam Elliott is, as expected, very strong. She was spot on in every way, even in the moments the script threw her character under the bus.

keystone@@ 3.7.2017   reply age: 50+   25 reviews

19.7.2017 · Connor Webb

War for the Planet of the Apes is not as brilliant as its predecessor Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, but nonetheless it will not disappoint people who enjoy these types of films (such as myself) and it is an extremely strong conclusion to this rebooted Planet of the Apes trilogy.

guiseppe@@ 16.7.2017   reply age: 13-17   344 reviews

18.7.2017 · Donna Owens

STEP exceeded my expectations! Variety has called it ““Hoop Dreams” for the social media generation.” I was skeptical - another doc on the marginalize. But this is different thanks to the filmmaker – who entertained while documenting a slice of life for this group of students, parents and their teachers. See it!

djowens@@ 12.7.2017   reply age: 50+   30 reviews

15.7.2017 · Robert Koszycki

You would think that with a title like Baby Driver this would be a movie for kids. Well, this is one movie you shouldn't be taking your little one's to see. This is a cool and slick crime film with one catchy tune after the other as cars go racing through the streets hauling hot loot. The big screens have been playing a lot of major disappointments these last few weeks but Baby Driver delivers the goods and is a breath of fresh air from what we've been seeing.

robertanatol@@ 12.7.2017   reply age: 50+   184 reviews

14.7.2017 · Eleanor Gale

Powerful content, outstanding direction and acting, storyline is a sign of the times... yes, I will see it again...

epalmgale@@ 8.7.2017   reply age: 50+   2 reviews

12.7.2017 · J Sandquist

I'm fascinated by period movies - especially those that are well done, and this one was. What made this movie less than a nine, was the plot. It was a long movie for the short elapsed time of the events (DDay) that were portrayed. Churchill's character arc seemed a little unbelievable. He appeared unsympathetic for 7/8 of the film, and then very loving and considerate for the last 10 minutes or so.

jsottawa2001@@ 6.7.2017   reply age: 50+   86 reviews

8.7.2017 · David Baxter

Very powerful storytelling of a very influential man in the history of the world, not being history student am not sure how many liberties they did with the facts. Had you wondering whether he was a sly fox or a stubborn old man.

david.baxter@@ 5.7.2017   reply age: 50+   338 reviews

7.7.2017 · Denise Holmes

Sentimental, beautiful scenery, excellent acting by two main characters, incredible story. Love, love, loved it!

denisethed@@ 7.7.2017   reply age: 50+   9 reviews

5.7.2017 · Elias Saikaley

I really enjoyed the suspense and tension that it gave me. Always wondered what would happen next. I do recommend this movie, but I DON'T recommend that adventure!!!

elias@@ 2.7.2017   reply age: 36-49   54 reviews

1.7.2017 · Andy Mathieu

Amazing action movie. Although I am not a fan of today's comedy, I did like the humour in this movie. I think the scene of Statham and the baby stole the show. I laughed so much. You'll see why.

andy@@ 29.6.2017   reply age: 36-49   140 reviews

28.6.2017 · Heather Mitchell

I enjoyed the first part of the movie with the Amazons and those battle scenes. Once they left the island it wasn't as interesting. I don't think Chris Pine had any charisma in this movie. I did like him in Star Trek and he was excellent in Come Hell or High Water. Gal Gadot was a good choice I thought. The fight scenes at the end were unnecessarily long. A fun movie if you like superhero movies.

barrhavenmom@@ 23.6.2017   reply age: 36-49   42 reviews

27.6.2017 · Sean Shannon

I watched this movie the day it came out on Netflix and it was another hilarious Kevin James movie but this 1 he gets stuck in a killing triangle. I don't like how it's only on Netflix tho.

seancena@@ 25.6.2017   reply age: 13-17   71 reviews

24.6.2017 · Bob Pitcher

Bah... brutal. Didn't enjoy this at all. All her actions in response to the threat were pretty foolish. And the premise of, done before and done better. Mostly predictable, and no real tense scenes that had me on the edge. I really don't know how this was as highly rated as it was.

rob@@ 21.6.2017   reply age: 36-49   166 reviews

23.6.2017 · Sherry Huntley

The animation was very good, could be a little scary for small ones. But still a great movie for about 8 and up.

mitsher@@ 23.6.2017   reply age: 50+   7 reviews

14.6.2017 · Jerry Destounis

Lion is a moving biographical drama. This is a profound movie dealing with family, identity, loss, and love. The directing of this project by Garth Davis is superb. The acting by Dev Patel, Sunny Pawar, Abhishek Bharate, Priyanka Bose, and the rest of the cast are first rate. The film was shot in Australia and India which allowed for excellent cinematography. This is a powerful true story you will remember for a long time.

bluestar10129@@ 13.6.2017   reply age: 36-49   229 reviews

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