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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 flight from gan... read more
TIFF review: Icebox
Gonzalez – who voiced the lead in Pixar’s Coco – is utterly convincing as the scared, confused young hero, and his performance carries the film over some of its more dramatically contrived moments. Ja... read more
Anthony Gonzalez in First Trailer for US Immigration Drama 'Icebox'
"In this very moment, you have to grow up." HBO has released the official trailer for a film titled Icebox, which first premiered at the Toronto Film Festival this year. Adapted from filmmaker Daniel ... read more
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'Green Book' review: Driving Mr. Shirley, starring Viggo Mortensen and Mahershala Ali
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‘Outlaw King’ Film Review: Chris Pine Scottish War Epic Is Meh-dieval
Mackenzie shaved 20 minutes or so after its world premiere at the Toronto Film Festival, but there’s still no getting around the fact that what starts as a human drama of occupation, unease, brotherho... read more
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It tells the story of a middle-class family in Mexico City in the 1970s. It’s also the first film from Oscar-winning writer-director Alfonso Cuaron since “Gravity,” and it took top honors at the Venic... read more
Film Review: Outlaw King is Better As a Display of Medieval Brutality Than As a Period Drama
Netflix, on November 9th. No theatrical exhibition is planned at this time. (Note: This film was screened for critics in its current two-hour form, and not its 140-minute Toronto International Film Fe... read more
A Review Of Chris Pine's Penis In 'Outlaw King'
This is my very serious cinematic review of those seconds ... “Chris Pine’s Penis Dazzles Audience at Opening Night of the Toronto Film Festival,” Vulture praised. Not long after, however, the Guardia... read more