Have you seen Don McKellar?
A masterful meditation on a life lived and the costs paid.
Daniel Radcliffe stars in what has to be one the most wildest rides of the festival.
Performance heavy drama that will be the center of discussion all award season.
Joaquin Phoenix takes a rich character, and brings him to life like no one has before.
An unrelenting emotional journey that acts as a meditation on healing.
Adam Sandler might win an Oscar for this, and we should all be okay with that.
A beautiful performance lost in a forgettable film.
Visually unmatched, this is an essential look at technology and our evolving world.
The festival phenom is worth every word of hype.
Robbert Eggers’ The Lighthouse is relentless and stylish and completely mad
After an intriguing start, The Traitor betrays its audience with boredom.
Bernadette isn't missing, but Richard Linklater and the original novel are.
This family friendly horror brings both the fun and the fear.
Ari Aster cements his horror legacy with Midsommar
Marvel's latest is forgettable fun and a missed opportunity
A Hollywood fueled mess that drops the ball on it's promise.
Chapter 3 gives us more of the goods, but lacks the frame to hold it together.
A mixed but enjoyable bag for long time fans and the family.
Particularly for Toronto viewers interested in the future of cities, Push is required viewing.
Knock Down the House delivers a thoroughly engaging and entertaining ride through a less seen side of American politics.