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Toronto, ON, Canada

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Past articles by Radheyan:

TIFF 2022: I Like Movies has sympathy for the film bros

Chandler Levack lends her female perspective to the workplace comedy and toxic movie fandom in TIFF 2022 title I Like Movies → Read More

10 hot tickets at TIFF 2022

We’re keeping our eyes on these films from big stars and celebrated filmmakers at TIFF 2022, including Broker, Glass Onion and The Fabelmans → Read More

Podcast: Nailah Blackman on (re)defining soca, rejuvenating Trinidad Carnival

Soca royalty Nailah Blackman and producer Anson Soverall testing the boundaries of the genre and discuss a big return for Trinidad Carnival → Read More

Hasan Minhaj brings his brush with Saudi Arabian royalty to Toronto show

The former Patriot Act host and comedian is bringing his political and personal new show The King's Jester to Toronto → Read More

Paulina Alexis gets back in the saddle for Reservation Dogs season two

The Reservation Dogs star speaks to us from the set of season two about staying connected to home, hockey and her horse → Read More

What’s new to theatres: March 25-27, 2022

Channing Tatum is charming as hell in The Lost City and Thomas Antony Olajide shines in Learn to Swim. → Read More

What’s new to theatres, VOD and streaming: March 18-20, 2022

This week's releases from Deep Water to X pack in the horror, thrills, and sex. → Read More

Turning Red is a Pixar movie that stays true to horny Toronto

Domee Shi is the latest local director to play off the city's humility and hormones. → Read More

Sarah Polley is unbearably vulnerable in Run Towards the Danger

The Stories We Tell director confronts traumatic and horrifying experiences in her new book. → Read More

Jennifer Lopez comments on her own romantic circus in Marry Me

There are some likeable bits in the corny-ass rom-com so long as you can stomach a preposterous premise and bad music → Read More

We Need To Talk About Cosby asks us who we’re listening to

The four-part docuseries considers how the crimes committed by serial rapist Bill Cosby were enabled by his success. → Read More

The most anticipated movies and TV shows of 2022

From Sarah Polley’s adaptation of a Miriam Toews novel to two fantasy sequels, here are the movies and shows we’re most looking forward to → Read More

What to watch on Netflix Canada in January 2022

Check out the best movies and TV shows hitting the streaming platform next month, including Hype House, Getting Curious With Jonathan Van Ness and the return of Ozark. → Read More

Connecting the dots between Gone Girl, Zodiac, and David Fincher

Mind Games author Adam Nayman discusses the connective tissue between David Fincher's films and why we can't help comparing him to Paul Thomas Anderson. → Read More

Licorice Pizza is great, despite the unfortunate Asian joke

Paul Thomas Anderson's comedy about growing up misses the mark with a controversial gag but shows maturity and mastery everywhere else. → Read More

Spider-Man: No Way Home is fanfare that goes nowhere

Doc Ock, Green Goblin, and more return in a sequel that rewards franchise fealty. → Read More

The 25 best TV shows of 2021

Reservation Dogs, Succession, and Sort Of lead a great year on the small screen. → Read More

D’Pharaoh Woon-A-Tai is crushing it on Reservation Dogs

Toronto's D’Pharaoh Woon-A-Tai is front and centre in Reservation Dogs, one of the best new TV shows of 2021 → Read More

Review: C’mon C’mon is Mike Mills's finest but most troubling drama

Joaquin Phoenix stars as an extractive radio journalist interviewing marginalized people. → Read More

Kirsten Dunst makes vulnerability her superpower

The Power Of The Dog actor Kirsten Dunst discusses parenthood, why she's sick of that Spiderman meme and what it will take to make another Bring It On → Read More