"Glass Onion is a bigger, gaudier, twistier affair than its predecessor. Gone is the cozy genre familiarity of a gothic mansion and a contested will, which are here replaced with a more convoluted tale of betrayal, resentment, and corporate skullduggery. (The hideous, naked greed evinced by the suspects remains the same, of course.)"
Review: 'Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery'
Critic Kayla McCulloch spotlights another recommendation from this year's SLIFF lineup: Of Medicine and Miracles, Ross Kauffman's documentary on oncologist Dr. Carl June and his lifelong search for a cancer cure. Screening this Thursday at 12:05 p.m. at the Plaza Frontenac Cinema.