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Early life[ edit ] Born in EdmontonAlbertaof Irish and Russian descent, Matter grew up on his parents' dairy farm. On the recommendation of a school teacher, he enrolled in drama classes at age thirteen, going on to win the Best Actor prize at a provincial drama championship in He has acknowledged that it was this experience that helped him to focus on his studies and pass his high school exams.
He continued to work on the oil rigs alongside his grandfather and brother Trevor until the age of 25, while simultaneously moving to Vancouver and attending Vancouver Film School in pursuit of his long-term goal of an acting career. At the age of 25 Matter had a serious accident while working on the oil rigs, where he was nearly crushed inside the cab of a ton drilling rig. His quad muscle had been detached from his femur, and he nearly lost his right leg.
It took six months for him to be fully rehabilitated, having to go through extensive physio therapy to fully regain his ability to walk. This convinced him that it was time to move on, so he quit, returning to Vancouver, where he lied his way into a bar tending job before landing his first acting role. While filming Loch Ness he sent an audition tape to the producers of The Best Years which lead to him gaining the main cast role of bar tender, and cocaine addict, Trent Hamilton in the series first season.
He subsequently auditioned for the Syfy series Eureka. By his own admission, Matter took risks in the audition, playing the character as more flirtatious than he was written. The character would go on to develop a romantic relationship with the town's Deputy Sheriff Jo Lupo played by Erica Cerra. His role was recurring throughout seasons two and three. Season four saw a soft reboot of the show - following a time traveling incident, the characters return to an alternate timeline, with character dynamics and relationships shifting.
This led to Matter's role as Zane being expanded as he became part of the main cast, which continued through to the show's fifth and final season. One of the most gorgeously photographed films of the year, Roma deserves to be seen on the largest screen possible. Shot entirely in 65mm, Roma would make for an ideal theatrical experience. The Last Jedi Who's it for?
Fans of sci-fi based around people named Skywalker. Love it or hate it, the 8th film in the Star Wars franchise is immortalized in the canon now. It stumbles in parts, slows to a crawl in others, and fails to do what you'd expect. Some might call these the markings of a failed film.
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But we'd say it's these traits - this break from tradition - that gave us a Star Wars film that we couldn't have ever imagined. Beyond simply defying expectations for the sake of it, The Last Jedi grapples with complex themes of morality in a new republic - with minority characters leading the charge as tried-and-true characters are laid to rest.
This is jolting for a franchise that's been dominated by the same few characters for the last two decades but it's this change that pushes The Last Jedi in a new direction - one in which it can survive without its main heroes.
It might not have the nostalgia of the originals or the fast, fun nature of Solo: A Star Wars Story, but sometimes we need to shed the skin tradition to create something new.
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In case that's lost on you, that's the exact point that Yoda makes abundantly clear to Luke at the temple. Blackfish Who's it for? Activists and folks ready to be exposed to animal cruelty Blackfish, the controversial nature documentary that follows a misunderstood and often violent killer whale in captivity at SeaWorld, made a huge splash when it was released in Its story has moved audiences to take action in a way that few other films have ever done, going so far as forcing lawmakers' hands to introduce legislation that will demand that SeaWorld release killer whales back into the wild.
It's an emotional ride through the highs and lows of the aquatic entertainment industry, one that reveals the real consequences of keeping animals where they don't belong.
It Follows Who's it for? Fans of classic horror Considered a modern horror classic by many, It Follows sees a young girl Maika Monroe terrorized by a sexually-transmitted demon.
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This terrifying apparition looks different every time and will chase you relentlessly until you either pass it on by sleeping with someone else, or until it catches up to you and finishes you off for good.
To make matters worse, if the person you pass it on to dies, it will turn its attention back to you again. Did we mention that it can only be seen by the people that have been 'infected', so your friends won't be able to help as much as they'd like to?