Christopher Nolan and the Fight For Cinema

Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk was released this month to wide acclaim particularly for his decision to film using IMAX cameras. Dunkirk has been called a...

From the Land of the Moon Review

By Dan Lalande Many years ago, I had the privilege of co-writing a stage play with a noted Franco-Ontarian playwright, my first experience catering to...

Spider-Man: Homecoming Review

Spider-Man fans have been wondering if he would become an Avenger ever since they caught a glimpse of that “wtf moment” in the Capitan...

Feeling Supersonic

Oasis: Supersonic (2016) Directed by Mat Whitecross The much buzzed about documentary about the rise of Oasis & the Gallagher brothers from the capable, deeply...

DISARM’s What to Watch: July

It's summer and that means carefully monitoring the weather and too many discussions about the weather in public and then when it reaches optimal...

Trainspotting, The Universe, and Everything. Part 1

Trainspotting 2, the much bandied about, apprehensively secretly longed for follow up to the one and only untouchable 1996 Independent masterpiece of subversion, Trainspotting...

The Hollywood Bromance is Dead, and True Crime Victims Deserve Better

True Story. It is arguably among the top contenders for absolute worst book (and film) title of modern times. Modern times, because one could see...

Len & Company / This Must Be the Place: Retiring Gracefully from Rock &...

By coincidence, we viewed the films Len & Company and This Must Be the Place back to back. It turned out that they were apt...

Liveblogging and Deep Reading A Fave Film: The Witch

By Jacqueline Howell We've covered the tremendous film The Witch on this site before, and like all great pieces of art, one is torn between...

The Best Films of the 21st Century

By The Editors We'll start with a reminder. The 21st century began on January 1st, 2001. BBC.Com Culture has started an interesting social media discussion about the...

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