Free! Free at last! Free from the shackles of employment I braved a surprisingly chilly night to catch my first screening of TIFF.
Class warfare comes perversely home in Cheap Thrills, a fiendish, fierce, and funny morality tale about the true value of money. It's absolutely convincing, even though it shouldn't be.
Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, stop the presses! This is why, as tempting as it may be, you do not give up on a film maker. Uwe Boll has made a good movie. This is not a joke.
No movie is set unintentionally on the day of a solar eclipse, and that includes Penumbra, the new movie from Adrián and Ramiro García Bogliano.
Stoker is what you've come to expect from Park Chan-wook: A twisted tale of familial obsession, sexual repression, buried histories, and, in the loosest and grimmest sense, self-liberation.
It's great to see that the high school cliques who dismissed Wes Bentley as a weirdo in American Beauty have been proved resolutely correct.
If despair, loneliness and graphic suicide are considered the hallmarks of what passes for the mainstream, well then pass me the Kool-Aid.
Molly Reynolds is, in many ways, the typical American girl. A small town girl in middle America with little education, she married young and lives a blue collar life with her truck driver husband Tim.