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  • With the debut of Star Wars: The Last Jedi, here's a Force Awakens recap — from a seven-year-old

    With the debut of Star Wars: The Last Jedi, here's a Force Awakens recap — from a seven-year-old

    With Star Wars: The Last Jedi hitting theatres this weekend, here's a recap -- ICYMI -- of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, as told by seven-year-old Sierra Deibert.
  • Dan Aykroyd marks 35 years since The Blues Brothers

    Dan Aykroyd marks 35 years since The Blues Brothers

    When Dan Aykroyd returns to hometown Ottawa Thursday to celebrate the 35th anniversary of The Blues Brothers movie, he will be reminiscing about the influence of the nation’s capital on his most enduring box-office hit. Aykroyd, better known to moviegoers and radio listeners as Elwood Blues, brother of Jake Blues (John Belushi), recapped the Ottawa connections […]
  • Recap: All's fair in Amazing Race Canada

    Recap: All's fair in Amazing Race Canada

    Is all fair in love, war and The Amazing Race Canada, as host Jon Montgomery jokes at the Pit Stop on this week’s episode, or does winning at all costs contravene the very essence of what makes us Canadians?
  • Recap: 2015 Golden Globe Awards

    Recap: 2015 Golden Globe Awards

    UPDATE: Boyhood tops Globes with 3 awards; Grand Budapest Hotel upsets Birdman Award season is upon us. It’s time to hand out awards to top entertainers, watch stars parade down red carpets and poke some fun and Hollywood’s who’s who. To kick things off, Montreal Gazette is serving up live coverage of the Golden Globe Awards. […]
  • Movie review: Devil’s Knot a shallow recap (with trailer)

    Movie review: Devil’s Knot a shallow recap (with trailer)

    The case of the West Memphis Three has a pretty solid claim on being the most documented wrongful conviction in American history.
  • Movie review: Devil’s Knot a shallow recap (with trailer)

    Movie review: Devil’s Knot a shallow recap (with trailer)

    The case of the West Memphis Three has a pretty solid claim on being the most documented wrongful conviction in American history.




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