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Martin Scorsese’s “The Irishman” is a three-and-a-half hour argument that Marvel superhero movies are indeed not cinema. The 77-year-old director is the champion of great, intimate, actors engaged in exploring the human condition, often in times of extreme and dangerous circumstances. He is not interested in recreating roller coaster rides. He’s more interested in jolting

It’s Jeff Goldblum’s world — we just live in it. That’s pretty much the premise behind The World According to Jeff Goldblum, a new reality documentary series now up and streaming on just launched Disney +. Goldblum, of course, is the ever stylish actor familiar to millions from The Lost World film franchise but also

The live sketch comedy “Middle Raged” played to a packed audience Saturday night at the Westdale Theatre in Hamilton, Ont. Ex-22 Minutes player Geri Hall and TV writer/producer Gary Pearson (MADtv, Sunnyside),wrote and performed the entire show. The talented duo, friends and neighbours for years in Oakville, basically threw their own lives and families into

On Friday, Netflix premiered eight new episodes of one of my favourite shows, The Kominsky Method. On the surface, it’s about an aging but still charismatic LA acting coach (Michael Douglas) whose career never really took off, and his elderly super agent pal Norman (Alan Arkin). Really though it’s about aging, a subject these two