Recaps & Reviews




Nocturnal Animals Will Keep You Talking Long After The Movie Has Ended

2016 saw plenty of great movies released, with a few more to come this month, and Nocturnal Animals will be appearing in many critics top 10 lists for the year. The film was one of the most buzzed about at TIFF 2016, and with it coming out this weekend to a wide release, people will finally be able to see why.

Read More...




Comediennes Sabrina Jalees And Margaret Cho Are Hysterical At JFL42

With Just For Laughs 42 in full force in Toronto, the city has been filled with raucous applause for the numerous comedians who are in town. Real Style had the chance to catch Sabrina Jalees and Margaret Cho in action. Here’s what we thought of their performances.

Read More...




Meghan Trainor Brings The Beats And Touches Hearts On Her Untouchable Tour In Toronto

As part of The Untouchable Tour, singer-songwriter Meghan Trainor delivered a performance in Toronto last night at the Molson Amphitheatre. Read on to find out what we thought of her concert, tunes and stage presence.

Read More...




Suicide Squad Is A Hot Mess

The latest in the long line of superhero movies doesn’t feature any superheroes in it. It actually features several super villains who find themselves in a high security prison after having been taken down by the superheroes. It’s an interesting concept, but it unfortunately just isn’t as good as it could have been.

Read More...




Cirque Du Soleil’s Luzia Is A Feast For The Eyes, Now Playing At The Toronto Port Lands

Cirque Du Soleil has had a long history of putting on incredible shows at Toronto’s Port Lands under the big top, and their latest show Luzia is no exception. It’s a feast for the eyes, that will keep you in awe from start to finish.

Read More...




Woody Allen’s Café Society Is Witty, Fun and Romantic

Woody Allen’s latest film Café Society is a refreshingly original film during a season that is typically bombarded with blockbuster popcorn movies.

Read More...




Cirque Du Soleil’s Latest Show Toruk Is A Visual Feast

Cirque Du Soleil made its latest stop in Toronto last night, and with it brought a narrative story that will keep you entertained from not only watching the performers do their thing but from watching the constantly shifting landscape of the backdrop and riveting score as well.

Read More...




Brooklyn Is A Beautiful, Coming Of Age Love Story

From Atonement, to Hanna and Byzantium, Saoirse Ronan knows how to turn heads. This weekend the 21 year old is back on the big screen in Brooklyn, in a role that very well could earn her another Academy Award nomination.

Read More...




Miss You Already Plays With Your Emotions

There have been plenty of movies that have dealt with cancer or other life-ending diseases, and the effects it has on not only your life, but the lives of those around you. Miss You Already is the latest of the genre, and even though it is very well done, you can’t help feeling that is trying too hard to make you feel for the characters in the movie.

Read More...




Bryan Adams’ New CD Get Up Sounds Like Old Time Rock And Roll

Bryan Adams has been around for a long time. He first started gaining popularity in North America with his third album Cuts Like A Knife in 1983, and with the release of 1984’s Reckless he rose to worldwide superstardom. His new album Get Up was recently released, and it features his first original songs since 2008’s Eleven, and by the sounds of things he is still longing for the past.

Read More...




Denis Villeneuve’s Sicario Is A Dark Film That Will Make You Judge Your Morals

Denis Villeneuve has been making films since the late 1990’s, but he really only started hitting the mainstream with 2013’s Prisoners. That film made audiences wonder how far they would go to get their children back, and how they would handle the consequences of their actions. Sicario makes you consider your own moral values once again, but that’s as far as similarities go.

Read More...




Irrational Man Is A Dark, Depressing Movie

Woody Allen’s latest film isn’t your typical Woody Allen film, even though it’s dark, philosophical, and downright depressing at times like several of his movies have been. It plays out like a tragic murder mystery, although you all ready know who committed the murder and why, you just find yourself waiting to see how the main character gets caught.

Read More...




Southpaw Is An Award Worthy Film

Boxing films have had a great track record with the Academy Awards with several nominations and wins, and the latest of the genre, Southpaw, may just continue the tradition. After all it’s movies that make you feel and inspire you to keep pushing on despite when the odds are against you, that tend to do very well when awards season comes around. And Southpaw does just that.

Read More...




“Saint Laurent” Film Is A Colourful Chapter In Fashion History

With a focus on the eccentric life and times of famed French designer Yves Saint Laurent, the biopic Saint Laurent (directed by Bertrand Bonello) offers a surprisingly intimate glimpse into fashion history. Here’s our review of the film.

Read More...




Classic TV To Binge Watch On Netflix Today

Netflix has come a long way in its short time, and one of the things we like about the streaming services is our ability to binge watch some of the classic television shows we used to watch years ago. We take a look at some of our favourites.

Read More...