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How to find a list­ing Movie list­ings are com­pre­hen­sive and or­ga­nized al­pha­bet­i­cally. List­ings in­clude name of film, di­rec­tor’s name in brack­ets, a re­view, run­ning time and a rat­ing. Re­views are by Nor­man Wilner (NW), Su­san G. Cole (SGC), Glenn Sumi (GS), and Radheyan Simonpillai (RS) un­less oth­er­wise spec­i­fied.

The rat­ing sys­tem is as fol­lows: NNNNN Top 10 of the year NNNN Honourable men­tion NNN En­ter­tain­ing NN Medi­ocre N Bomb Crit­ics’ pick (highly rec­om­mended) Movie the­atres are listed at the end and can be cross-ref­er­enced to our film times on page 44 or on­line at movies.now­toronto.com

AquAmAn (James Wan) is, at long last, the pic­ture where DC and Warner fi­nally fig­ure out what Marvel un­der­stood a long time ago: th­ese movies are based on comic books, and it’s okay to lean into the silli­ness if you can make it work. Sure, the fate of the world is once again at stake, but Ja­son Mo­moa’s head­strong Arthur Curry, the son of a light­house keeper and At­lanna, Queen of At­lantis, is go­ing to en­joy him­self while he saves it. Some sub­ti­tles. 143 min. nnn (NW) Opens Dec 21 at Beach Cine­mas, Cine­plex Cine­mas Em­press Walk, Eglin­ton Town Cen­tre, Imag­ine Carl­ton Cin­ema, Imag­ine Mar­ket Square, Imag­ine Prom­e­nade Mall, Queensway, Sco­tia­bank Theatre, Sil­verCity Fairview, Sil­verCity Yonge, Sil­verCity York­dale, Yonge & Dun­das 24

At EtEr­nity’s GAtE (Ju­lian Schn­abel) is an emo­tion­ally dev­as­tat­ing por­trait of a man who only knows one way to live, and his tragic ded­i­ca­tion to that pur­pose. Willem Dafoe’s in­ter­pre­ta­tion of Vin­cent Van Gogh is like an open wound – raw, and full of feel­ings he can’t prop­erly ar­tic­u­late – and the film is an en­tirely dif­fer­ent ex­pe­ri­ence than other Van Gogh biopics, fol­low­ing the painter as he reaches, over and over again, for that tran­scen­dent mo­ment in which he can ex­plain him­self and his art. Some sub­ti­tles. 110 min. nnnn (NW) Canada Square, Re­gent Theatre, TIFF Bell Light­box

BEn is BAck (Peter Hedges) con­fronts the re­al­i­ties of opioid ad­dic­tion many fam­i­lies deal with, and it does so with sur­pris­ing light­ness and space for much-needed hu­mour. Holly (Ju­lia Roberts) wants badly to be­lieve her ad­dict son Ben (Lu­cas Hedges) is fi­nally sober, but the rest of her fam­ily is more skep­ti­cal when he re­turns home on Christ­mas Eve. More than any­thing, Ben Is Back is about un­con­di­tional love. 103 min. nnnn (Michelle da Silva) Canada Square, Eglin­ton Town Cen­tre, Var­sity

BlAzE (Ethan Hawke) re­con­sti­tutes ñ the late coun­try singer Blaze Fo­ley (Ben Dickey) through his re­la­tion­ship with girl­friend Sy­bil Rosen (Alia Shawkat), his fi­nal con­cert be­fore his death in 1989, and as his mu­si­cian friends re­mem­ber him in a long ra­dio in­ter­view. Af­ter his stel­lar per­for­mances in First Re­formed and Juliet, Naked, Hawke closes out a ban­ner year with this com­pelling di­rec­to­rial ef­fort, which spins the clichés of the self-de­struc­tive celebrity nar­ra­tive into an hon­est ex­plo­ration of a man who couldn’t be­have him­self to save his life. 129 min. nnnn (NW) Yonge & Dun­das 24

Bo­hEmiAn rhAp­sody (Bryan Singer) is not a very good movie, ex­cept when it’s great. This broad, grandiose Fred­die Mer­cury biopic – cred­ited to Singer, but com­pleted by Dex­ter Fletcher af­ter Singer was fired dur­ing pro­duc­tion – is ob­sessed with au­then­tic­ity but per­fectly will­ing to dis­tort his­tory, weirdly del­i­cate about de­pict­ing its sub­ject’s sex­u­al­ity and buries star Rami Malek un­der sev­eral lay­ers of pros­thet­ics. But the film comes to in­ven­tive life in set pieces where Mer­cury and his band­mates fig­ure out Bo­hemian Rhap­sody, An­other One Bites The Dust and We Will Rock You, and in an hon­estly elec­tri­fy­ing fi­nale recre­at­ing Queen’s per­for­mance at Live Aid in 1985. 135 min. nnn (NW) Cine­plex Cine­mas Em­press Walk, Eglin­ton Town Cen­tre, Fox, Imag­ine Mar­ket Square, Imag­ine Prom­e­nade Mall, Queensway, Re­vue, Sco­tia­bank Theatre, Sil­verCity Yonge, Var­sity, Yonge & Dun­das 24

BumBlEBEE (Travis Knight) breaks free from Michael Bay’s twisted metal bar­rage, en­joy­ing the sim­pler plea­sures from the 80s Trans­form­ers car­toon and the toys they were de­signed to sell. The small-scale ac­tion in Bumblebee is re­fresh­ingly co­her­ent. Knight uses leg­i­ble long-take ac­tion to straight-up troll Bay. Mean­while, Bumblebee leans on sweet­ness, cal­cu­lat­ingly so, and it largely falls on star Hailee Ste­in­feld to give this girl-and-her-gi­ant-ro­bot movie a beat­ing heart. 114 min. nnn (RS) Opens Dec 21 at Beach Cine­mas, Cine­plex Cine­mas Em­press Walk, Eglin­ton Town Cen­tre, Imag­ine Carl­ton Cin­ema, Queensway, Sco­tia­bank Theatre, Sil­verCity Fairview, Sil­verCity Yonge, Sil­verCity York­dale, Yonge & Dun­das 24

Burn­inG (Lee Chang-dong) is yet an­other mas­ter­ful ex­er­cise in emo­tional and moral tor­ment from the di­rec­tor be­hind Po­etry. Chang-dong’s lat­est fol­lows Jongsu (Yoo Ah-in), a young wannabe writer who by his own ad­mis­sion can’t make sense of the world. He’s slowly drawn into a jeal­ous love tri­an­gle, where class plays a piv­otal, prickly and barely spo­ken role – and then a slow-burn mys­tery thriller where res­o­lu­tions will re­main as far out as the hori­zon. This is a soul­ful, hyp­notic drama about a young man who ob­ses­sively seeks an­swers but has no way of grasp­ing that kind of con­trol over his own nar­ra­tive. It’s also one of the year’s very best films. 148 min. nnnnn (RS) Fox, Re­gent Theatre, TIFF Bell Light­box

cAn you EvEr For­GivE mE? (Marielle Heller) stars Melissa McCarthy as Lee Is­rael, a best-sell­ing au­thor who found her true call­ing in the early 90s as a lit­er­ary fraud­ster. McCarthy is per­fectly cast, and di­rec­tor Heller (The Diary Of A Teenage Girl) pairs her with Richard E. Grant as Is­rael’s en­abler/ac­com­plice Jack Hock. The ac­tors have a dis­rep­utable chem­istry that works like co­gnac on a win­ter’s night, warm­ing the film from the in­side out. It’s okay to get drunk on it. 106 min. nnnn (NW) Canada Square, Fox, Imag­ine Carl­ton Cin­ema, Kingsway Theatre, Re­gent Theatre, Re­vue

crEEd ii (Steven Caple Jr.) remixes the plots of Rocky II, Rocky III and Rocky IV for a story in which Don­nie (Michael B. Jor­dan) quickly wins the heavy­weight cham­pi­onship, only to be chal­lenged by Vik­tor Drago (Flo­rian Mun­teanu) – the son of Ivan Drago (Dolph Lund­gren), the Soviet mon­ster who killed Don­nie’s fa­ther, Apollo, in the ring back in 1985. Creed II is a re­ally sat­is­fy­ing Rocky movie. It’s just that I think I pre­fer the Creed movies now. Some sub­ti­tles. 130 min. nnn (NW) Canada Square, Eglin­ton Town Cen­tre, Imag­ine Carl­ton Cin­ema, Imag­ine Prom­e­nade Mall, Queensway, Sco­tia­bank Theatre, Sil­verCity Fairview, Sil­verCity York­dale

dr. sEuss’ thE Grinch (Scott Mosier, Yar­row Cheney) is a quaint, fric­tion­less bauble. Bene­dict Cum­ber­batch voices the cur­mud­geon whose heart is two sizes too small, which this time leaves him with barely a pulse. Apart from some rude in­tro­duc­tory ex­changes, Cum­ber­batch’s Grinch ex­presses his an­noy­ance with Christ­mas in rather po­lite ways. He avoids con­fronta­tions and even en­ter­tains light con­ver­sa­tions with Whos while wear­ing only a gen­tle scowl. Par­ents might ap­pre­ci­ate the bet­ter ex­am­ple even as they suf­fer through the su­per­fi­cial cute­ness in the lead up to an ad­mit­tedly nifty Christ­mas heist. 90 min. nn (RS) Beach Cine­mas, Eglin­ton Town Cen­tre, Fox, Imag­ine Prom­e­nade Mall, Queensway, Sil­verCity Fairview, Sil­verCity Yonge, Sil­verCity York­dale, Yonge & Dun­das 24

FAn­tAs­tic BEAsts: thE crimEs oF GrindEl­wAld (David Yates) teases out the even­tual stand­off be­tween frosty, fas­cist wizard Gellert Grindel­wald (Johnny Depp) and his neme­sis Al­bus Dum­ble­dore (Jude Law) aka Harry Pot­ter’s Yoda. Get­ting there means en­dur­ing this over­stuffed, ex­haust­ing and te­dious place­holder, which con­tin­ues its pre­de­ces­sors Poké­mon GO plot­ting, though this time every­one’s run­ning around in cir­cles search­ing for dif­fer­ent peo­ple. 134 min. n (RS) Beach Cine­mas, Canada Square, Cine­plex Cine­mas Em­press Walk, Eglin­ton Town Cen­tre, Imag­ine Mar­ket Square, Imag­ine Prom­e­nade Mall, Queensway, Sco­tia­bank Theatre, Sil­verCity Fairview, Sil­verCity Yonge, Sil­verCity York­dale, Var­sity, Yonge & Dun­das 24

thE FAvouritE (Yor­gos Lan­thi­mos) is a mag­nif­i­cently pissy com­edy of man­ners set in the court of Queen Anne (Olivia Col­man), where the pow­er­ful Lady Sarah (Rachel Weisz) finds her po­si­tion threat­ened by the ar­rival of the pen­ni­less but charm­ing Abi­gail (Emma Stone). All three leads are hav­ing the very best time, trad­ing veiled in­sults with crack tim­ing – and oc­ca­sion­ally re­veal­ing the rage be­neath a courtier’s pro­to­col. 119 min. nnnn (NW) Cine­plex Cine­mas Em­press Walk, Eglin­ton Town Cen­tre, Imag­ine Mar­ket Square, Queensway, Var­sity, Yonge & Dun­das 24

GrEEn Book (Peter Far­relly) is a road movie, a buddy com­edy and a pres­tige stu­dio re­lease all at once. You’ll al­most be able to mouth the di­a­logue along with the char­ac­ters – and none of that mat­ters be­cause you get to watch Ma­her­shala Ali and Viggo Mortensen as jazz pi­anist Don “Doc” Shirley and Bronx hus­tler Tony Val­le­longa, Shirley’s driver on his tour of the Deep South in the fall of 1962. Their per­for­mances are so tex­tured and alive that they knock the film up the scale from “pretty good” to “god­damn tran­scen­dent.” Of course it won the Peo­ple’s Choice Award at TIFF. 130 min. nnnn (NW) Beach Cine­mas, Cine­plex Cine­mas Em­press Walk, Eglin­ton Town Cen­tre, Queensway, Sil­verCity Yonge, Var­sity, Yonge & Dun­das 24 holmEs & wAt­son (Etan Co­hen) is a comedic take on Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s clas­sic mys­tery char­ac­ters. 91 min. Opens Dec 25 at Eglin­ton Town Cen­tre, Queensway, Sco­tia­bank Theatre, Sil­verCity Fairview, Sil­verCity Yonge, Sil­verCity York­dale

iF BEAlE strEEt could tAlk (Barry Jenk­ins) finds Moon­light writer/di­rec­tor Jenk­ins trad­ing rap­ture for re­al­ism with an adap­ta­tion of James Bald­win’s 1974 novel of love and dig­nity in the face of sys­temic op­pres­sion, as Har­lem soul­mates (KiKi Layne, Stephan James) are sep­a­rated whenJames’s Fonny is sent to prison on an al­most cer­tainly fal­si­fied rape charge, leav­ing Layne’s Tish preg­nant with his child and ral­ly­ing both their fam­i­lies to bring him home. If this movie doesn’t have the im­me­di­ate, in­ti­mate power of its pre­de­ces­sor, it feels just as ac­com­plished. It’s got a weight to it. 117 min. nnnnn (NW) Opens Dec 25 at Var­sity

mAry pop­pins rE­turns (Rob Mar­shall) star Emily Blunt fills the iconic role fab­u­lously, do­ing the rosy-but-stern bit with her comic and thor­oughly de­light­ful charm. Blunt doesn’t best Julie An­drews (there’s no com­pe­ti­tion, re­ally), but she also never left me miss­ing the orig­i­nal star. Her per­for­mance pays homage while giv­ing it her own spe­cial oomph. The movie feels hol­low when­ever it strays from the grav­i­ta­tional cen­tre that is Blunt’s Mary, which is thank­fully not of­ten. 130 min. nnn (RS) Beach Cine­mas, Cine­plex Cine­mas Em­press Walk, Eglin­ton Town Cen­tre, Imag­ine Mar­ket Square, Imag­ine Prom­e­nade Mall, Queensway, Sil­verCity Fairview, Sil­verCity Yonge, Sil­verCity York­dale, Var­sity, Yonge & Dun­das 24

mAry quEEn oF scots (Josie Rourke) pack­ages his­tor­i­cal drama as empty pa-

geantry, trap­ping Saoirse Ro­nan and Mar­got Rob­bie in elab­o­rate cos­tumes (and snuff­ing out their in­ner lives) as ri­val mon­archs Mary and El­iz­a­beth I. First-time di­rec­tor Rourke’s big­gest cre­ative con­tri­bu­tions ap­pear to have been swap­ping out Ka­pur’s spin­ning cam­era for the oc­ca­sional drone shot and as­sem­bling a di­verse sup­port­ing cast. But mostly she seems con­tent to let the art di­rec­tion tell the story, just as Ka­pur did. Some sub­ti­tles. 124 min. NN (NW) Canada Square, Var­sity, Yonge & Dun­das 24 Mi­rai (Mamoru Hosoda) is an an­imé ad­ven­ture about a boy who trav­els through time to meet his rel­a­tives. 98 min. Opens Dec 21 at Imag­ine Carl­ton Cin­ema, TIFF Bell Light­box Mor­tal EN­giNEs (Chris­tian Rivers) is a fan­tasy ad­ven­ture writ­ten by the folks who adapted Lord Of The Rings for the screen. 128 min. Canada Square, Cine­plex Cine­mas Em­press Walk, Eglin­ton Town Cen­tre, Imag­ine Carl­ton Cin­ema, Imag­ine Mar­ket Square, Queensway, Sco­tia­bank Theatre, Sil­verCity Fairview, Sil­verCity Yonge, Sil­verCity York­dale

thE MulE (Clint East­wood) is in­spired by Leo Sharp, a WWII vet busted at age 87 for be­ing a lu­cra­tive drug mule for the Si­naloa car­tel. Sharp has been re-writ­ten into Earl, played by di­rec­tor East­wood. He makes the char­ac­ter sym­pa­thetic, be­cause that’s what you do with white crim­i­nals. But he also shows us how hard it is to cap­ture a white crim­i­nal, be­cause no one is look­ing for them. 116 min. NN (RS) Cine­plex Cine­mas Em­press Walk, Eglin­ton Town Cen­tre, Queensway, Sco­tia­bank Theatre, Sil­verCity Yonge, Sil­verCity York­dale, Var­sity of fathErs aNd soNs (Talal Derki) is an award-win­ning doc­u­men­tary about Syr­i­an­born film­maker Derki re­turn­ing to his home­land and liv­ing with a rad­i­cal Is­lamist fam­ily. Sub­ti­tled. 98 min. Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cin­ema oN thE Ba­sis of sEx (Mimi Leder) turns Ruth Bader Gins­burg’s story into a glossy, by-the-num­bers biopic about a plucky hero who tri­umphs against im­pos­si­ble odds. It’s re­duc­tive and sim­plis­tic, and hon­estly the idea that any­one go­ing to see a movie about Ruth Bader Gins­burg would want some­thing this timid is pretty in­sult­ing. 120 min. NN (NW) Opens Dec 25 at Var­sity oNcE upoN a dEadpool (David Leitch) is a re­worked, all-ages ver­sion of the satiric su­per­hero se­quel Deadpool 2. 117 min. Canada Square, Eglin­ton Town Cen­tre, Yonge & Dun­das 24 ralph BrEaks thE iN­tEr­NEt 3d (Rich Moore, Phil Johnston) is en­gag­ing for a cou­ple of min­utes at a time, oc­ca­sion­ally heart­warm­ing and evap­o­rates as soon as you leave the theatre – so in a sense, it’s a per­fect rep­re­sen­ta­tion of the on­line uni­verse in which it takes place. But it’s also ut­terly un­nec­es­sary, ex­ist­ing only as a long, lumpy brand ex­ten­sion in which John C. Reilly’s ogre-like hero and Sarah Sil­ver­man’s can­dy­land racer ven­ture onto the World Wide Web. 112 min. NNN (NW) Beach Cine­mas, Canada Square, Cine­plex Cine­mas Em­press Walk, Eglin­ton Town Cen­tre, Imag­ine Carl­ton Cin­ema, Imag­ine Mar­ket Square, Imag­ine Prom­e­nade Mall, Queensway, Sil­verCity Fairview, Sil­verCity Yonge, Sil­verCity York­dale, Yonge & Dun­das 24

ñ roMa (Al­fonso Cuarón) is an en­gross­ing por­trait of live-in nanny Cleo, a young woman of Mix­teco her­itage (played by first-time ac­tor Yal­itza Apari­cio), and the up­per-mid­dle-class fam­ily she works for. Shot in black and white and set in the early 1970s in Mex­ico City, the film touches on the po­lit­i­cal is­sues of the time, like land dis­putes and class wars, but without ever los­ing fo­cus on Cleo. In the end, she’s the heart of Roma. 135 min. NNNNN (Sa­man­tha Edwards) TIFF Bell Light­box sEc­oNd act (Peter Se­gal) is a ro­man­tic com­edy about a big-box store worker (Jen­nifer Lopez) who rein­vents her­self on Madi­son Av­enue. Re­view em­bar­goed. See re­view De­cem­ber 20 at now­toronto.com/ movies. 143 min. Opens Dec 21 at Canada Square, Eglin­ton Town Cen­tre, Imag­ine Carl­ton Cin­ema, Queensway, Sil­verCity Fairview, Sil­verCity York­dale, Yonge & Dun­das 24

sho­pliftErs (Kore-Eda Hirokazu) is ñ

a calm, thought­ful drama about a fam­ily of petty scam­mers who take in a ne­glected child, with long scenes of peace­ful do­mes­tic­ity oc­ca­sion­ally punc­tured by mild dis­agree­ment and the in­tru­sion of ex­ter­nal au­thor­i­ties. As this ap­par­ently amoral group re­veals its collective heart, the film grows richer and warmer, build­ing to an end­ing that’s no less pow­er­ful for be­ing so very small. Win­ner of the Palme d’Or at this year’s Cannes, it’s en­tirely de­serv­ing of the hon­our. Sub­ti­tled. 121 min. NNNN (NW) Opens Dec 21 at TIFF Bell Light­box

spi­dEr-MaN: iNto thE spidErVErsE ñ (Bob Per­sichetti, Peter Ram­sey, Rod­ney Roth­man) is a bright and shiny de­light, stuff­ing half a dozen Marvel spinoff char­ac­ters into a cross­over ad­ven­ture that finds fan-favourite char­ac­ter Miles Mo­rales (voiced by The Get Down’s Shameik Moore) gain­ing his Spi­der-pow­ers just in time to meet a whole mess of Spi­der-folk when the King­pin (Liev Schreiber) rup­tures the space-time con­tin­uum. Re­mem­ber how much fun The LEGO Movie was? It’s like that, but with Spi­der-Man. Men. Peo­ple. What­ever, you know what I mean. 117 min. NNNN (NW) Beach Cine­mas, Cine­plex Cine­mas Em­press Walk, Eglin­ton Town Cen­tre, Imag­ine Carl­ton Cin­ema, Imag­ine Mar­ket Square, Imag­ine Prom­e­nade Mall, Queensway, Sco­tia­bank Theatre, Sil­verCity Fairview, Sil­verCity Yonge, Sil­verCity York­dale, Yonge & Dun­das 24

ñ a star is BorN (Bradley Cooper)

casts Lady Gaga as the in­génue and di­rec­tor/pro­ducer/co-writer Bradley Cooper as the burnout who dis­cov­ers her both per­son­ally and pro­fes­sion­ally. They’re per­fectly suited to one an­other, and so is the movie, which wraps a big stu­dio pro­duc­tion around an in­ti­mate char­ac­ter drama. Yes, you’ve seen this movie be­fore. It worked then, it works now. Maybe it’s never worked bet­ter. 135 min. NNNN (NW) Canada Square, Fox, Imag­ine Carl­ton Cin­ema, Kingsway Theatre, Re­vue, Sco­tia­bank Theatre, Yonge & Dun­das 24 VicE (Adam McKay) sees writer/di­rec­tor McKay fol­low The Big Short with a sim­i­larly height­ened bi­og­ra­phy of Dick Cheney, star­ring Chris­tian Bale as the ruth­less for­mer vice-pres­i­dent. But there’s no commentary or satir­i­cal im­pact – just an af­ter-the-fact ac­count­ing with a celebrity cast trot­ting through as var­i­ous his­tor­i­cal per­son­ages. It’s pre­cisely the sort of movie Michael Moore wishes he could make, and I don’t mean that as a com­pli­ment. 132 min. NN (NW) Opens Dec 25 at Beach Cine­mas, Mar­ket Square, Var­sity, Sco­tia­bank, Sil­verCity Yonge, Queensway, Eglin­ton Town Cen­tre

Vox lux (Brady Cor­bet) is about a ñ

pop singer (played over two acts by Raf­fey Cas­sidy and a cap­ti­vat­ingly over­the-top Natalie Port­man) who rock­ets to star­dom af­ter sur­viv­ing a mass shoot­ing. Di­rec­tor Cor­bet di­vides the film into two acts and uses of­ten thrilling and os­ten­ta­tious shifts in style to ex­plore how vi­o­lent events can fuse with pop cul­ture nar­ra­tives. The drama melts away in a fi­nal con­cert se­quence that per­fectly cap­tures the in­oc­u­lat­ing power of pop. 110 min. NNNN (Kevin Ritchie) Opens Dec 21 at Sco­tia­bank Theatre WEl­coME to MarWEN (Robert Ze­meckis) is about a man (Steve Carell) who finds a unique way of deal­ing with the bru­tal at­tack he suf­fered. See re­view De­cem­ber 20 at now­toronto.com/movies. 116 min. Opens Dec 21 at Canada Square, Cine­plex Cine­mas Em­press Walk, Eglin­ton Town Cen­tre, Queensway, Yonge & Dun­das 24

Wi­doWs (Steve McQueen) trans­poses ñ Lynda La Plante’s 30-year-old BBC se­ries about women who band to­gether to pull off the heist that would have been their dead hus­bands’ next job to present­day Chicago – and de­liv­ers on pretty much ev­ery level. McQueen’s fol­low-up to his Os­car-win­ning 12 Years A Slave is a propul­sive, art­ful genre work that finds some­thing elec­tric and un­nerv­ing in fa­mil­iar ma­te­rial, el­e­vat­ing ev­ery mo­ment with per­fectly con­sid­ered cast­ing (Vi­ola Davis, Michelle Ro­driguez, El­iz­a­beth De­bicki, an all-star cast of sup­port­ing play­ers) and a will­ing­ness to find un­con­ven­tional choices and run with them. 129 min. NNNN (NW) Canada Square, Eglin­ton Town Cen­tre, Imag­ine Carl­ton Cin­ema, Kingsway Theatre, Queensway, Sco­tia­bank Theatre, Yonge & Dun­das 24

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