TIFF 2014 Review: Whiplash

TIFF 2014 Review: Whiplash

Astonishment awaits in Whiplash, a simple story remarkably told about student and teacher, mentor and protégé, friends, and then foes.
TIFF 2014 Review: Foxcatcher

TIFF 2014 Review: Foxcatcher

Driven by three incredible leading performances, Foxcatcher is slow, sordid character study and an exploration into manliness, loneliness, and desperation.
TIFF 2014 Review: Preggoland

TIFF 2014 Review: Preggoland

It’s not quite the excoriating destruction of psycho-moms and the miracle of pregnancy that the opening scene indicates, as the smart and savvy Peggoland revels in heartfelt absurdity and ch...
TIFF 2014 Review: Coming Home

TIFF 2014 Review: Coming Home

Zhang Yimou’s Coming Home is in many ways a quintessentially Chinese film. Based upon the novel The Criminal Lu Yanshi by Geling Yan, the film surprisingly seems almost like a Hollywood roma...
TIFF 2014 Review: Clouds of Sils Maria

TIFF 2014 Review: Clouds of Sils Maria

Olivier Assayas' new film exemplifies the elegance of its leading star Juliette Binoche, who portrays a legendary stage actress at the pinnacle of her career.
TIFF 2014 Review: The Guest

TIFF 2014 Review: The Guest

When there is a hole in your life, it’s easy to believe what you want and seek replacements. Better to be wary at times of vulnerability, lest that void is filled with a menacing stranger wi...

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