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Toy Story 4 easily repeats as the top film at the box office

Pixar's Toy Story franchise easily overcame Annabelle Comes Home and Beatles nostalgia in the form of Yesterday to keep the top spot at weekend box office. full story

New movies in theaters – Yesterday and Annabelle Comes Home

Yesterday, the highly anticipated film about a world where The Beatles never existed, opens today. Also available is the horror sequel Annabelle Comes Home. full story

Yesterday: charming comedy comes together with Beatles tunes

Yesterday is a hilarious comedy about a young musician who becomes famous for playing songs written by The Beatles when a global blackout alters the universe. full story

Yesterday – June 28

If blockbusters and animated films aren’t your cup of tea, the summer does have some smaller films to appeal to you. Director Danny Boyle and writer Richard Curtis team up for this film about a failed musician who mysteriously wakes up in a world where only he... full story

Love Actually sequel confirmed

A sequel to the beloved 2003 hit Love Actually has been confirmed with several of the original film’s actors on board to partake. Click here for the details! full story

About Time Blu-ray/DVD review

Romantics can swoon over Richard Curtis‘ latest film, About Time, which is a sweet, sappy and sentimental film that will leave you smiling. Yes, Richard Curtis,  the man behind several other classic romantic films like Love Actually, Notting Hill and Four Weddings and a Funeral brings you yet... full story

Ender’s Game, About Time and more opening today

There are a slew of options this weekend lead by a highly anticipated science fiction adaptation. Based on Orson Scott Card’s celebrated novel of the same name, Ender’s Game will release to a wide audience with a balanced cast of proven talent and promising youngsters. The futuristic science-fiction... full story

Rowan Atkinson talks about Mr. Bean’s Holiday

Funnyman Rowan Atkinson talks to Tribute’s Bonnie Laufer-Krebs about his new movie Mr. Bean’s Holiday and how this may be the last we see of the quirky English character. When did you discover you could use your face as a comedic vehicle? When I was at Oxford... full story

What’s New on Netflix Canada – January 2019

We're almost there — a new year, a new beginning and a new round of binge-worthy Netflix content for January 2019. Here's what’s available to watch next month! full story


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