Robert Moyes

Film Reviews and listings April 19-25

Featuring Cabin in the Woods and The Three Stooges.

FILM REVIEWS: Jiro Dreams of Sushi and The Raid: Redemption

Japan's Master of sushi minimalism and a violent slaughterfest

Canadian railroad thrillogy

Imax documentary Rocky Mountain Express evokes romance of A bygone era.

FILM REVIEW: Salmon Fishing in the Yemen

A whopper of a fish tale...Ewan McGregor Hooks a BeautY in the YEMEN

FILM REVIEW: Payback

This debt doc brings Margaret Atwood by way of Jennifer Baichwal

FILM REVIEWS: John Carter and Friends with Kids

Mission to Mars in John Carter and a clumsy kind of love in Friends with Kids

FILM REVIEWS: John Carter and Friends with Kids

Mission to Mars in John Carter and a clumsy kind of love in Friends with Kids

Film Reviews: A Separation and We Need to Talk About Kevin

From Iran, with sadness.... and Bad seed, bad mother?

FILM REVIEWS: Act of Valour and Wanderlust

Flop Gun in Act of Valour and Crazies on the Commune in Wanderlust

FILM REVIEWS: The Secret World of Arrietty and This Means War

Little people equal big charm in Japanese animated feature

Film Review: Arresting look at choreographer

Pina: 3D Documentary will make dance fans swoon continuing at the Odeon

Film Review: Safe House

Manly Mayhem for Denzel in thriller Safe House directed by Daniel Espinosa

FILM REVIEWS: West Wind: The Vision of Tom Thomson and The Woman in Black

Portrait of a Canadian painter in West Wind and Radcliffe moved beyond the Potter days in The Woman in Black

FILM: Spy Vs. Spy

John le Carre's Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy is a splendid film

FILM: Girl Action

Director Steven Sodergergh seems to have lost his good instincts with Haywire.

FILM REVIEW: The Golden Lady

The Iron Lady may prove to be golden for Meryl Streep come Oscar time

FILM REVIEW: A Dangerous Method

Knightley gives a painfully mannered performance in A Dangerous Method.

Parents Gone Wild: Yuppies in a Brooklyn smack down

Anyone who yearns for the dialogue-driven brutality of plays like Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? will embrace Carnage

Comic strip art

Spielberg gives this curious comic character life in The adventures of TinTin.

The art of nostalgia

The Artist stands out in crowd. This silent movie has audiences talking.