Articles tagged with: Toronto International Film Festival
This is the reason I go the Toronto Film Festival every year. This.
I won’t call Habemus Papam one of my most anticipated films of the 2011 Toronto International Film Festival, but it was certainly one of the films about which I was most curious.
The more I think about The Kid With a Bike, the more I like it.
Asghar Farhadi’s A Separation is a riveting domestic drama that works equally well as a character study and a social critique. An ensemble cast without a weak link helps illustrate an infuriating–at times almost despair …
Damn it, I feel like a traitor to my vocation.
As a professional literature teacher, I always feel guilty about not getting behind the Cormac McCarthy bandwagon. Surely anything that promotes reading of a more literate …
Helter Skelter + Saved! + South Park with a dash of Rocky Horror Picture Show thrown in. Now write a review for a Christian audience. My try is at CT Movies.