Maybe the accent is just a bit off
Emma Teitel on how Robin Williams became a generation’s moral guide
The first Sin City was radical and hugely influential. Maybe too much so.
A sneak peek at our special digital issue on the life and legacy of Robin Williams
Award-winning actress was one of the last of the great stars of Hollywood’s Golden Age
Paul Wells on the deep and generous legacy of a manic talent
Breathlessly funny at times, the comedian was a star. (What more do you need to know?) Jaime Weinman on a life and its legacy
‘The world lost one of its most beloved artists and beautiful human beings’
One Canadian city, and Daft Punk, kept alive a cult flop that turns 40 this year
Not only is Ghostbusters still popular, it may have created a new kind of film comedy
The new movie about James Brown’s life exemplifies five of the most common biopic mistakes
Pratt’s unlikely rise from Parks and Recreation to star of Guardians of the Galaxy
Ron Mann’s new doc aims to answer film’s ultimate question: What is ‘Altman-esque’?
Barry Hertz on the notable picks and omissions
Richard Linklater’s decade-spanning feature film isn’t just ambitious–it’s a haunting look at the ‘voluptuous panic’ of aging
An Oscar win—then a marital, spiritual and career crisis. Haggis plumbs it all in his new film.
How to Be a Better Canadian: The second in a patriotic series