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Interfering Mom Tries To Come Clean In Meddlesome Family Drama

Interfering Mom Tries To Come Clean In Meddlesome Family Drama

By Alan Samuel
Busy bodies come in all shapes and sizes. Smart Sony Pictures Classics firms family matters on their heads in The Meddler. This perfectly named movie is now gearing for laughs at the Fifth Avenue Cinemas.
No one likes losing a loved one. So a change in scenery for Marnie is in order. Woman of [...]

May 14th, 2016 | Posted in Movie Reviews | Read More »

Canadian Film Uses Hockey To Connect A Racial Divide

Canadian Film Uses Hockey To Connect A Racial Divide

By Alan Samuel
Thoughtful and provoking is Across the Line. Prepare to be sad and sorry for the youngsters depicted in this wise portrait from Red Eye Media. Hopeful lessons will be learned by all those who take in this drama at Landmark Cinemas New Westminster, Surrey Guildford and Esplanade in North Vancouver.
Vancouver, by many, is [...]

April 16th, 2016 | Posted in Movie Reviews | Read More »

Love In The Future Could Be Animalistic

Love In The Future Could Be Animalistic

People who need people are the luckiest people in the world. Those words from a popular Barbara Streisand song speak volumes on the plight of a group of men and women seeking soul mates in The Lobster. Without doubt one of the most offbeat films in decades this bizarre tale from Mongrel Media is sure [...]

April 9th, 2016 | Posted in Movie Reviews | Read More »

Superhero Battle Designed To Drain Dollars From Fans

Superhero Battle Designed To Drain Dollars From Fans

By Alan Samuel
Two superheroes in one movie can be too much. Done right there can be good dynamism. Sorry, fan boys and fan girls. Forget what you may have read. Director Zack Snider  does succeed in  Pulling off a colossal struggle in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. See the battle royal get joined courtesy [...]

April 2nd, 2016 | Posted in Movie Reviews | Read More »

Too Much Of The Same Dystopian Nonsense Killing The Thrill

Too Much Of The Same Dystopian Nonsense Killing The Thrill

Ominous threats mask hideous truths in Allegiant. Fresh fodder follows a group of idealists trying to stave off their destruction in the third of the Divergent series from EOne Entertainment. Experience  all the excitement at Cineplex Odeon screens around B.C.
Most of the cast from the first two installments returns to the fore. Better watch out [...]

March 26th, 2016 | Posted in Movie Reviews | Read More »

Babu Kishan’s SPOTLIGHT To Feature LINK Editor And Renowned Filmmaker R. Paul Dhillon

Babu Kishan’s SPOTLIGHT To Feature LINK Editor And Renowned Filmmaker R. Paul Dhillon

BabuKishan’s SPOTLIGHT (English) show, Saturday March 26th @ 9am and Sunday March 27th @ 4pm on SHAW116.
SURREY – Look who’s coming this week on the most remarkable prestigious show “BabuKishan’s SPOTLIGHT” on Shaw 116, someone who is the pride of the local South Asian Community.
“We proudly present our dear friend, Film Director and Award Winning [...]

March 24th, 2016 | Posted in Bollywood, Breaking News, Entertainment, International, Lead Story, Link News, Link VIP'S, Movie Reviews, South Asian, Top News | Read More »

A muddled Mess Of An Action Turkey!

A muddled Mess Of An Action Turkey!

Dark times fall on The Queen’s noble city in London has Fallen. Action galore tracks the world’s foremost leaders in this snappy VVS Films release now exploding on Cineplex Odeon theatres still left standing around B.C.
All it takes us one madman/woman to ruin your day.  Ace secret service agent Mike Banning has more than his [...]

March 19th, 2016 | Posted in Movie Reviews | Read More »

Third World Politics Come Into Play In River!

Third World Politics Come Into Play In River!

Ideals have a place in the world.  Third world politics come into play in River. Consequences aplenty surface in this Elevation Pictures release now surfacing at The International Village Cinemas.
Doctors have a moral code to uphold. All around good guy John Lake makes time playing doctor at a clinic in a remote region of Laos. [...]

March 12th, 2016 | Posted in Movie Reviews | Read More »

Do Gooders Story For A Perfect Day!

Do Gooders Story For A Perfect Day!

Out to make a difference in a troubled land are foreign aid workers. Ground zero for A Perfect Day turns out to be Croatia. Full of meddlesome politics folks who believe in Idealism may find this PNP release, now playing at the International Village Cinemas, fascinating.
Already the toast of many film festivals A Perfect Day [...]

March 5th, 2016 | Posted in Movie Reviews | Read More »

MOVIE REVIEW: Ghayal Once Again A Return To Form For Sunny Deol

MOVIE REVIEW: Ghayal Once Again A Return To Form For Sunny Deol

By R. Paul Dhillon
Bollywood Jatt Sunny Deol returns to form with Ghayal Once Again, asequel to his super successful Ghayal more than two decades ago.
Don’t watch too many Bollywood films, but saw Sunny Paaji’s new film thanks to my cinephile buddy Bobby Nagra, who is Sunny’s biggest fan.
I always liked those macho action outings of [...]

February 27th, 2016 | Posted in Bollywood, Movie Reviews | Read More »