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Toronto Film Review: ‘Icebox’

It’s difficult for a film to feel timelier than “Icebox,” writer-director Daniel Sawka’s precisely detailed and arrestingly spare drama about a 12-year-old Honduran boy whose desperate ... read more

‘Icebox’ Film Review: Child Immigrant Drama Takes Timely Look at Border Crisis

The end credits provide both the most potent moment and the most superfluous one in Daniel Sawka’s “Icebox,” a drama about immigration which premiered on Sunday at the Toronto International ... Also R... read more

Toronto Film Review: ‘Beautiful Boy’

The movie puts the books together, dramatizing the perils of addiction from the inside and the outside. But mostly we see it from the outside. In essence, “Beautiful Boy” tells the tale of ... read more

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What 9 Movie Insiders Wore to the Toronto Film Festival

Of the more than 250 films shown at the Toronto International Film Festival this month, few drew as much scrutiny (and criticism) “The Death and Life of John F. Donovan.” Directed by Xavier Dolan, a 2... read more


At Toronto Film Festival, 'popular' was a relative term

TORONTO (AP) — For a festival that can be a hotbed of Oscar-predicting hysteria, the scuttling of the "best popular movie" category by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences barely ... read more

Toronto film review: 'The Land of Steady Habits'

Holofcener's new movie, "The Land of Steady Habits," is the first one she has made based on material that she didn't originate herself. You can see why: When she read Ted Thompson's 2014 novel, she mu... read more

Toronto International Film Festival 2018 Review – The Old Man and the Gun

David Lowery’s style has varied from film to film and his latest is no different as its a bio-pic of sorts on the later years of the real-life bank robber Forrest Tucker. Legendary veteran actor Rober... read more

New ‘If Beale Street Could Talk’ Trailer Is A Beautiful Look At Barry Jenkins' Latest Movie

... Beale Street Could Talk,” has a new trailer and a new promotional campaign after the film premiered to glittering reviews and Academy Award buzz at the Toronto International Film Festival earlier ... read more

The Most Brutal Reviews of Life Itself

The film is described as a multi-generational love story that follows various couples across time and the planet. Reviews from TIFF were tepid and that has only gotten worse since critics outside of T... read more

2018 Toronto Film Fest is one of the best

Another Toronto International Film Festival has come to a close ... A run back to my hotel to write up a review of “The Predator.” Sleep. DAY FOUR: In line at 8:30 a.m. for a screening of “Screwball,” ... read more

‘Green Book’ Wins Toronto Film Festival’s People’s Choice Award

Also Read: 'Green Book' Film Review: Viggo Mortensen and Mahershala Ali Take a Perilous Road Trip Through the Deep South In the past, Toronto audience members voted by depositing their ticket stubs in ... read more

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