Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF)

Here you will find the archives for reviews, interviews, essays, and news related to the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF).

Night Raiders

TIFF 2021: ‘Night Raiders’ is a Sci-Fi Film with More Intent than Entertainment

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Danis Goulet’s Indigenous feature tackles heavy historic truths through a dystopian story.

The Eyes Of Tammy Faye Jessica Chastain

TIFF 2021: ‘The Eyes of Tammy Faye’ is Appropriately Campy and Flawed

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Extravagant and charming, but with some bumps along the way, this is a biopic befitting its larger-than-life subject.

Dune

‘Dune’ Terminology 101: An Essential Glossary for the Uninitiated

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Prepare for Denis Villeneuve’s new movie adaptation with this handy vocab lesson.

The Guilty Jake Gyllenhaal

TIFF 2021: ‘The Guilty’ is a Heavy-Handed Remake of a Better Thriller

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Antoine Fuqua’s version is thrilling but ultimately redundant.

title character in The Worst Person In The World

TIFF 2021: ‘The Worst Person in the World’ is the Best Rom-Com in Years

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Finally, a tragi-rom-com for people who don’t do tragi-rom-coms.

Dashcam Rob Savage Film

TIFF 2021: ‘Dashcam’ is an Abysmal Low-Point for Found Footage

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Annoying and artless, Rob Savage’s latest screen-life film can’t even manage to use its format well.

Dune Chalamet

TIFF 2021: ‘Dune’ is a Bombastic, Spectacle-Rich, and Incomplete Epic

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Denis Villeneuve’s jaw-dropping adaptation lets the spice flow while being unavoidably flawed.

The Power Of The Dog Cumberbatch

TIFF 2021: ‘The Power of the Dog’ is a Deeply Rewarding Slow Burn

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Jane Campion’s latest is a masterfully well-constructed film about masculinity with a third act that sneaks up on you.

Tiff Preview

TIFF 2021 Preview: 7 Potential Bangers To Add to Your Watchlist

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Why let the big-ticket films have all the fun?