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The Judge is an adult drama destined to become an Oscars also-ran, says CBC Arts critic Eli Glasner.
The good news is that if you go by the dresses and the speeches, the big show was an incredibly classy event. Unfortunately, that's also the bad news.

Watch the Mockingjay Trailer

Categories: Movies

Tags: Comic-Con, Hunger Games, Katniss Everdeen, Mockingjay, Mockingjay - Part 1, movies, Phillip Seymour Hoffman, trailer

If you didn't spend the weekend in costume at Comic-Con in San Diego, you can take your first look at the new trailer for the new Hunger Games movie Mockingjay - Part 1 right here.

Is this the Christian Grey YOU envisioned?

Categories: Books, Celebrities, Movies, Social Media

Tags: 50 Shades of Grey, Beyoncé, Christian Grey, E.L. James, Jamie Dornan, movies, music

When you watch the sizzling trailer for the highly-anticipated 50 Shades of Grey, it definitely reels you in. But then we see Christian Grey's face.

Celebrity lifestyle sites: Good or GOOP?

Categories: Celebrities

Tags: Blake Lively, Etsy.com, Goop.com, Gwyneth Paltrow, Preserve

Blake Lively is following in the designer-shod footsteps of Gwyneth Paltrow, Jessica Alba and Martha Stewart by launching a lifestyle website to sell her brand. But are you buying the trend?

FILM REVIEW: I Origins

Categories: Movies

Tags: Astrid Bergès-Frisbey, Eli Glasner, films, I Origin, Michael Pitt, Mike Cahill, Movie reviews

I Origins is a movie with many sides: a existential romance, a story packed with with facts and figures but at the same time open to coincidence and, simply, a well-acted film.

FILM REVIEW: Boyhood

Categories: Movies

Tags: arts, boyhood, buzz, Ellar Coltrane, entertainment, Ethan Hawke, movies, Patricia Arquette, Richard Linklater

Goddess of Thunder? The new female Thor

Categories: Art & Design, Social Media

Tags: CBC Arts Online, Eli Glaster, God of Thunder, Marvel Comics, Thor

FILM REVIEW: Life Itself

Categories: Celebrities, Movies

Tags: Chaz Ebert, documentary, Eli Glasner, entertainment, Life Itself, movies, Roger Ebert

The wit and voice of film critic Roger Ebert lives on in Life Itself, a new documentary from director Steve James. By focusing the camera on Ebert's life and death it's a fitting tribute says Eli Glasner

It's official: There's no shame in loving TV!

Categories: Television

Tags: Emmy Awards, television

The Emmy nominations reflect a heightened quality of writing, a growing diversity in roles and a championing of women on the screen, writes Jelena Adzic.

Robin Thicke: Riding a wave of ick straight to the top of the charts?

Categories: Celebrities, Music

Tags: Blurred Lines, Get Her Back, Miley Cyrus, Paula Patton, Robin Thicke

Last year, Robin Thicke had the song of the summer with the titillating Blurred Lines.This year, he's capitalizing on creepy with his new album Paula, a 14-track confessional seemingly aimed at winning back his estranged wife.