Archive for 'John Semley'
Some laboured class anxiety curdles a serviceable teen romance.
Unsurprisingly, the Dardennes latest is great. Surprisingly, it's not even that despairing!
On the third day of TIFF-mas, the fest programmed for you: some shorts, silents, and George Clooney too.
We talk with the writer, director, and star of i am a good person/i am a bad person.
Our chat with the director of the gutsy, illuminating Pink Ribbons, Inc.
It's TIFF day two, and have we got reviews for you!
Strong performances leaven this fairly straightforward tale of male competition
A fittingly masterful exercise in creation under duress.
Béla Tarr's (alleged) final film is a fitting end: long, tragic, slow, beautiful... you know, all that stuff.
Somebody should take this movie out to centre ice, drop the gloves, and smack it into shape.
Ramsay's nature/nurture drama a gawky bloodbath.
Programmer of TIFF's avant-garde and experimental programme, Wavelengths
This Chilean trip through memory and heartache proves slick and heady, if a bit empty.
Alexander Payne's latest is assured, without being all cocky about it.
Cronenberg's Cronenberg movie proves thoroughly Cronenbergian
Best bets for the opening day of the festival.
This unnerving doc reminds us why we make a point to forget about the people we hide away in nursing homes.
Bruce McDonald's unlikely sequel is his best film in years.