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May 26 -June 8
VOL.14 ISSUE. 20


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715 Broadway Ave.
Saskatoon, SK S7N 1B3
Centre Cinemas
3510 - 8th St. E
Saskatoon, SK S7H 0W6
Rainbow Cinemas
3510 - 8th St. E
Saskatoon, SK S7H 0W6
Roxy Theatre
320 - 20th Street West
Scotiabank Theatre
347 2nd Ave. S
Saskatoon, SK S7K 1L1


Franchise ApocalypseJorge Ignacio Castillo

Published Thursday May 26, 06:14 pm
The weakest X-movie yet threatens the series’ future
X-Men: ApocalypseOpens May 262 out of 5The X-Men franchise works best if you don’t think about it too much. Continuity is a disaster and the characters are maddeningly inconsistent, none more than Mystique. Outside vast amounts of blue paint, Jennifer Lawrence’s and Rebecca Romijn’

The Towering InfernoJorge Ignacio Castillo

Published Thursday May 26, 06:16 pm
Like heavy-handed allegories about human failings and class warfare? You’re in luck
High-RiseBroadway TheatreOpens May 273 out of 5Director Ben Wheatley is an acquired taste. There’s nothing exactly otherworldly about his films but they don’t seem to take place in the same plane of existence as ours. Whether dabbling in noir (Kill List), horror (A Field in England) or c

HnetflixShane Hnetka

Published Thursday May 26, 06:17 pm
Criterion’s August release slate was just announced and Orson Welles’ Chimes At Midnight is finally getting the high-definition release that it deserves. Thanks to stupid legal and ownership disputes, Chimes At Midnight has barely been seen in the last 20 years. It’s going to be aw