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Film Review
Review: Suddenly, This Time Tomorrow takes on a stronger vision
Film Review
Review: Ingrid Goes West is a sharp satire of millennial isolation
Neon
Film Review
Review: Tense and immersive, Good Time features a new, gritty Robert Pattinson
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How filmmaker Lina Rodriguez captures the naturalism of family life
Aubrey Plaza on her character’s sanity in Ingrid Goes West and getting pigeonholed as deadpan
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John Doyle: The Sinner is a disturbing, gripping and superb new thriller
obituary
Fadwa Suleiman, Syrian actress who led protests against Bashar al-Assad, dies at 46
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The Long View
Clem Martini on The Unravelling, a memoir of his family’s struggle with his mother’s dementia
Portrait of Clem and Olivier Martini by Olivier Martini, excerpted from The Unravelling (Freehand, 2017)
Bonnie Tyler to sing Total Eclipse of the Heart during total eclipse
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OBITUARY
Drummer Robert Yancy followed in his family’s historic footsteps
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Hottest tickets in town: Five things to do in Toronto
Flooding pushes Camp Wavelength music festival to Toronto mainland
Film Review
Review: What to make of the violence in The Hitman’s Bodyguard?
Courtesy of VVS
What Austra’s Katie Stelmanis is watching, listening to and reading
Renata Raksha
Film Review
Review: Soderbergh returns with zippy crackerjack heist film Logan Lucky
Michael Tacket / Fingerprint Releasing / Bleecker Street
Apple reportedly planning to spend $1-billion developing TV and movies

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