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Black Rebel Motorcycle Club lets the light creep in
In the postrock era, what is the purpose of a rock band, anyway? According to Peter Hayes, guitarist and singer for the Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, it’s the same as it ever was,...
Beyond the Hills is baroque bleak
Starring Cosmina Stratan and Cristina Flutur. In Romanian with English subtitles. Unrated. Opens Friday, May 24, at the Vancity Theatre In this world of head-spinning changes, it’...
All the usual rom-com notes are struck in Love Is All You Need
Directed by Susanne Bier. Starring Trine Dyrholm and Pierce Brosnan. In English, Danish, and Italian with English subtitles. Rated PG. This light romantic comedy is an ostensible...
Summer of lovin' the movies
Fasten your safety glasses, because it’s going to be a 3-D ride. But do keep checking venues, because these babies will shift in transit. May 23 No idea what The Hangover Part III...
The Iceman downplays a serial killer's psychotic past
Starring Michael Shannon, Chris Evans, and Winona Ryder. Rated 14A. What is the cinematic appeal of hit men, mass murderers, and serial killers? Perhaps it’s their ability to...
Mud is more myth than man
Starring Matthew McConaughey and Tye Sheridan. Rated PG. “It’s a hell of a thing!” That’s what Matthew McConaughey’s character says about his new digs: a boat suspended high in a...
I Declare War has an intriguing premise
Starring Gage Munroe and Siam Yu. Unrated. Opens Friday, May 17, at the Vancity Theatre This codirecting debut for Robert Wilson and writer Jason Lapeyre has an intriguing, if not...
The Reluctant Fundamentalist is more operatic than movielike at times
Starring Riz Ahmed, Liev Schreiber, and Kate Hudson. In English and Urdu with English subtitles. Rating not available. Adapting Mohsin Hamid’s novel, with the help of...
Mira Nair puts terrorism in focus in The Reluctant Fundamentalist
Mira Nair has travelled far and wide since her breakthrough, Salaam Bombay!, in 1988. She looked at Indian-American displacement in Mississippi Masala and The Namesake, but the...
Filmmaker Joachim Rønning takes a wild voyage with Kon-Tiki
It all started in a basement in Oslo. Future filmmaker Joachim Rønning was only a kid on his first field trip to the Kon-Tiki Museum, where Norway’s most famous adventurer is...
How to get around the Washington state Skagit River Bridge collapse
New ShitHarperDid ad to receive television debut tonight during CBC’s Hockey Night in Canada
Aspects of Vancouver’s crack scene resemble those of Brazil
Your horoscope for May 23 to 29, 2013
Market delays Hastings-Sunrise's Alba project
Too early for B.C. NDP to be contemplating Adrian Dix’s future, says ex-MLA
Star Trek’s John Cho on George Takei, the Sulu army, and being J.J. Abrams’s “Asian puppet”
Mayor Gregor Robertson relies on public relations, but does that add up to real citizen involvement?
Cool shades memorialize an even cooler kid
Fraser Valley Pride: Inaugural Pride march to be held in B.C.'s Bible Belt
B.C. NDP grapples with stunning provincial election loss
B.C. Liberals win fourth consecutive majority government
What B.C. New Democrats need to think about in the wake of an election debacle
B.C. Liberals celebrate majority win, Christy Clark loses Point Grey battle
Marc Emery blogs from prison about the B.C. election, the NDP loss, and the B.C. Greens' future
Martyn Brown: Vote Once, Think Twice
Matt Toner: New Democrats need the courage to go with our convictions now more than ever
Fleetwood Mac's classics please the masses in Vancouver
Out of Character offers clues as to why a leader lacking in hubris lost the B.C. election
RCMP seek woman who made racist comments near Cloverdale Rodeo
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