Eli Glasner on Film from CBC Radio

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CBC Radio Film Reviewer Eli Glasner shares his big screen thoughts on the latest and greatest movies appearing at theatre near you. Some cinema smarts (and snark) to go with your popcorn.

This week, two very different options. Fifty Shades Freed is the latest instalment all about the torrid love affair between Anastasia and Mr. Grey. Then we're on to the adaptation of the charming children's book, Peter Rabbit. With more here is CBC's Eli Glasner.


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Two very different films about men in combat open this weekend. Hostiles is western with a progressive outlook starring Christian Bale. If it's traditional you want, 12 Strong is the true story of a Special Forces team fighting the Taliban. For more here's CBC film critic Eli Glasner.
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CBC film critic Eli Glasner explores the power of Star Wars with the latest instalment: The Last Jedi. Plus, the artful romance of Call Me By Your Name with Armie Hammer.
This week, CBC film critic Eli Glasner takes a look at James Franco's meta movie The Disaster Artist, followed by the new Canadian monsterpiece Another Wolfcop.
This week CBC film critic Eli Glasner takes on the new Justice League adventure, the book-turned movie Wonder, plus a few words on Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri.
This week CBC film critic Eli Glasner dives into the latest version of Murder on the Orient Express, followed by a few words about Greta Gerwig's film Lady Bird.
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George Clooney is certainly one of Hollywood's biggest movie stars. Lately the leading man has been talking about spending more time on his directing career. This week his sixth film, "Suburbicon" opens. Here's our man at the movies, Eli Glasner.
This week a mix of fire and ice at the movies. First up, Only the Brave, a true story about a group of Arizona fire fighters. Then, it's Michael Fassbender in the serial killer film The Snowman. Here's Eli Glasner.
This week CBC film critic Eli Glasner delves into what some say is an Oscar- worthy performances from Adam Sandler, plus the true story of Wonder Woman and one of Eli's favourite films of the year.
How do you make a sequel to a bonafide sci-fi classic? That's the challenge facing director Denis Villeneuve with the new film Blade Runner 2049. CBC's Eli Glasner has your review.
This week, two big stars and two true stories First CBC film guy Eli Glasner reviews Tom Cruise in American Made. Then it's Judi Dench in Victoria and Abdul.
This week CBC film reviewer Eli Glasner takes a look at two true stories and one silly spy flick. Here are his reviews of Stronger, Battle of the Sexes and Kingsman: The Golden Cirle.
As the Toronto International Film Festival wraps up CBC film critic Eli Glasner looks back at his favourite films, some disappointments and a few hidden gems.
It may be the dog days of summer, but CBC's Eli Glasner has his eye on a few new action flicks. First up, the Southern heist film Logan Lucky from Steven Soderbergh, followed by the action comedy The Hitman's Bodyguard.
Three very different films on tap this week. First: The Dark Tower, a fantasy adventure featuring Idris Elba. Then the true-life tragedy of Detroit as directed by Kathryn Bigelow followed by a few words on Brigsby Bear. Here's Eli Glasner.