Robert Moyes

Movie Review: Still Mine

This geriatric love story is a distinct pleasure to recommend

Movie Review: The Sapphires and Becoming Redwood

The Sapphires is a music-driven feel-good film, Becoming Redwood is a coming of age story

Movie Review: Ginger & Rosa

Arthouse director Sally Potter takes on the coming of age story

Movie Review: Trance

An artful film noir and a nifty brainteaser that appeals to everyone

Movie Reviews: Revolution and The Sapphires

Feel good musical vs doom and gloom global warming doc

Monday Movie Reviews: Spring Breakers and G.I. Joe Retaliation

Girls gone wild ... very wild. Ex-Disney child stars add a layer of irony to Spring Breakers

Movie Reviews: The Call and The Incredible Burt Wonderstone

The Call is an adrenaline rich tale, while Wonderstone is woefully ill-considered and unfunny

Movie Reviews: Jack the Giant Slayer and 21 and Over

Jack the Giant Slayer is a straight forward retelling of the popular fairy tale.

Movie Reviews: Amour and A Good Day to Die Hard

Bruce Willis reprises role as John McClane in A Good Day to Die Hard

Movie Reviews and Listings: Warm Bodies and Bullet to the Head

Warm Bodies is a zombie movie with brains and Bullet to the Head is in the tradition of a 70s crime thriller

Victoria Film Festival Review: Go Grandriders!

Documentary tells the story of octogenarian bikers in Taiwan.

Skateboarders on a road trip

Documentary film Hicks on Sticks is smart and visually fun

The price of vengeance

Zero Dark Thirty making a killing at the boxoffice

Movie Reviews and listings: Jan. 3-9

Robert Moyes reviews Django Unchained and Jack Reacher, plus movie listings for Victoria area theatres.

Movie Reviews: Middle Earth opens to visitors

The Hobbit entertains, but some of the scenes carry to the point of tedium

Movie Reviews: Rom-com fails the soccer mom test

Robert Moyes reviews Playing for Keeps and Rise of the Guardians, both playing at Victoria area theatres this week.

Film review: Side by Side and Killing Them Softly


Documentary outlines 30 years of digital film making

Lincoln: Brutal politics of abolition

The Sessions, playing at The Odeon in Victoria, BC, believes in the naked truth

Skyfall is 007 at top of his game

Daniel Craig is killing it as Bond for the third time in Skyfall.

Movie Reviews: On the road to love in Cloudburst

Alex Cross is a crude assemblage of off-the-shelf characters, tired dialogue, and plotting that is unapologetically ludicrous.