Film Review | Miss You Already

Toni Collette and Drew Barrymore are thirty-something BFFs whose bond is sorely tested when Collette’s reformed wild child loses her way while battling breast cancer. The film opens with a quick gallop through the lives of Milly and Jess,…

Review | A Month in the Country

Ivan Turgenev’s layered 1850 comedy-drama of romance and heartbreak on a 19th century Russian estate receives a spirited rendition under the direction of Ethan McSweeny. Natalya (Aislin McGuckin) dominates the life of this country house.…

Don’t Mess with Veronica Mars

Veronica Mars was cancelled in 2007 after only three seasons. But those three seasons had launched Kristen Bell to stardom, pre-empted Rian Johnson’s acclaimed high-school noir Brick by a year, and come closer than anyone to physically…

Review | Once: The Musical

John Carney’s little indie film that could returns home as an unusual musical by playwright Enda Walsh and originating director John Tiffany helming. Tiffany is responsible for the highly disconcerting set-up in which the audience can…