Film review: In A World...
In a world of faceless and nameless voice-over actors, one movie tells the story of those who supply the voice-of-God to our movie trailers. And one film critic gives us his take on that film. This is....Tom McSorley's.....review.
Tom McSorley's review: 'Enemy' with Jake Gyllenhaal
In this new Canadian thriller, Jake Gyllenhaal sees double. Tom McSorley reviews Enemy:
Tom McSorley says Non-Stop isn't worth your time, unless maybe, you're on a plane:
Another high-profile film that debuted at the Cannes Film Festival in May is arriving in Ottawa. Nebraska is a road movie about a son who takes his aging father from Montana to Nebraska by car to claim a million-dollar sweepstakes prize:
Ottawa Morning film critic Tom McSorley is also the director of the European Union Film Festival. Here's his preview:
When a U.S. cargo ship is hijacked by Somali pirates, it's sink or swim for Captain Phillips. Tom McSorley reviews the new thriller starring Tom Hanks:
Tom McSorley drops by to review Museum Hours, starring Mary Margaret O'Hara:
Tom reviews a documentary that shines a light on the role of the backup singer:
Ottawa Morning film critic Tom McSorley reviews The Manor, a unique documentary that looks at the lives of a family that runs a strip club in Guelph, Ontario. It debuts at the Bytowne this weekend:
Ottawa Morning's film critic, Tom McSorley, call "The Heat" a buddy movie with a twist:
Ottawa Morning film critic Tom McSorley discusses Frances Ha, the latest from writer director Noah Baumbach:
"Love, Marilyn" is based on recently discovered journals and diaries, kept by the late actress Marilyn Munroe. Ottawa Morning film critic Tom McSorley spoke to Robyn about the film which opens Friday at the Bytowne:
Fresh from his work at the Cannes Film Festival, Ottawa Morning's resident film critic Tom McSorely drops by the studio to discuss Blood Pressure the latest offering from Canadian director Sean Garrity
Tom spoke to Robyn about his Cannes Film Festival highlights so far.
A political thriller for the boomer generation. Our film critic Tom McSorley reviews Robert Redford's latest, The Company You Keep.
Mark Wahlberg stars as a Miami body-builder and fitness instructor who hatches a plan to kidnap one of his richest clients in "Pain and Gain." Trouble is, his two sidekicks are not the brightest bulbs around -- and things soon begin to go awry. Robyn spoke about the movice with Ottawa Morning film critic Tom McSorley:
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