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).

Guns Akimbo

‘Guns Akimbo’ Review: A Sensory Overload that Fires Blanks

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Despite an enticingly bananas premise, the follow up from ‘Deathgasm’ director Jason Lei Howden is something of a misfire.

Pain and Glory

‘Pain and Glory’ Review: A Tender Portrait of Hurt and Heart in Almodóvar’s Latest

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Pedro Almodóvar’s ‘Pain and Glory’ is an intensely personal and sensuous return to form.

Lucy In The Sky

‘Lucy In The Sky’ Review: A Film So Abysmal It’s Almost Impressive

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Noah Hawley and Natalie Portman throw everything they have at a wall. None of it sticks.

Uncut Gems

‘Uncut Gems’ Review: A Dazzling and Unrelenting Masterwork

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The Safdie Brothers’ thriller is a raw and powerful feat of filmmaking anchored by a career-best Adam Sandler performance.

Vast of Night

‘The Vast of Night’ Review: An Out of This World Directorial Debut

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‘Close Encounters of the Third Kind’ by way of ‘Pontypool’? Beam us up.

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‘Color Out of Space’ Review: A Disappointing Delirium Showing Why Cosmic Horror Needs to Be Personal

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Some people waited twelve hours in line for Richard Stanley’s Lovecraftian return, but was it worth it?

Lucy In The Sky

What We’re Watching Before the 2019 Toronto Film Festival

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Want to feel prepared for your next favorite film? We’ve got you covered.

Film Festivals

The Movies The Film Festivals of 2018 Told Us to Watch

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Already drowning in conversation about the same handful of films for Awards Season?

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‘If Beale Street Could Talk’ Review: Barry Jenkins Delivers Another Masterpiece

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A dazzling array of colors and beauty bring this tragedy to life.