Posts Filed Under: movies
On our streets, bad guys take on badder guys.
Take a 3-D movie and add wind, snow, fog, and chairs that pitch and shake.
Now and Then explores the stories behind Toronto’s historical plaques and monuments.
At his 1980s nadir, Dylan starred in a Toronto and Hamilton-shot musical drama from the director of Return of the Jedi.
With sights set on a new home in March, Eyesore Cinema wants to prove that the video store is alive and well.
Rob Ford makes the jump to the big screen in the new mockumentary Toronah. Torontoist brings you an early report of the movie magic.
The ambitious but short-lived Conness-Till movie studio in Swansea.
An "over-praised and over-attacked" movie filmed in Toronto in 1958.
A guide to celebrating Hollywood's Biggest Night! (In Toronto.)
Jessica Alba shows Toronto some dance moves.
Finally, a romantic comedy that Toronto can call its own.
In which Benedict Cumberbatch tries out various expressions, Ethan Hawke wears black, and Robert Pattinson drinks no blood at all.
We talk to celebrity-signature wranglers and get some "no's" and "piss off's"—and also a few tips.
Torontonians apparently want Jon Stewart to run for mayor, and Jennifer Aniston to look at revealing 20-year-old photos of herself.
In which Robert John Downey, Jr. proves for the 18-billionth time that he is a lovable scamp.
The festival's homegrown slate features a host of familiar faces and plenty of young blood.
Sean Astin and Howie Mandel take on Kurt Vonnegut. Really.
It's fair to say Denis Villeneuve's Enemy shows Toronto like you've never seen it before—and that's not a bad thing at all.