'First Man': Getting it Right

"I think both Mom and Dad would have been pleased. Dad would have been focused on getting the history right. Mom would have been focused on getting the family right.”

Keira Knightley Dazzles as Colette, In All Her Provocative Posh

“I felt that I, as a woman, could tap into Colette’s story. It has the ring of truth.”

Idaho Horror Film Festival: Spud and Guts

"The festival is really, really welcoming. I don't know what I'd do in October without it."
Thursday, Oct. 11 through Sunday, Oct. 15

A Star is Born: When Music and Movie Become One

A blow-the-roof-off-the-theater performance from Lady Gaga
"Then, there was you. I wouldn't be here without you. You were the one out of a thousand."

Your Fall Movie Scorecard

What's coming to theaters, and what might tickle your film fancy
From now until Christmas, you've got some serious movie-watching ahead.

Emma Thompson Raises the Bar in The Children Act

The two-time Oscar winner shines in a beautifully profound film
Now playing at The Flicks

At TIFF, Audiences Have the Final Say

A packed list of award contenders, but Green Book disrupts the Oscar conversation
Pound-for-pound, the 2018 TIFF slate, sunrise to midnight, was its strongest in years.

Amazon, HBO, Netflix Lord Over Network TV's 'Big Four' at Emmy Awards

HBO and Netflix tied with 23 Emmys each.

TIFF 2018: Coveted People's Choice Prize Awarded to Green Book

Previous People's Choice winners have included Chariots of Fire, The Princess Bride, Slumdog Millionaire and Silver Linings Playbook.

TIFF 2018: Driving Dr. Shirley

Suffice to say, I am unabashedly recommending Green Book to anyone who has wants to see one of the best films of the year. It checks all the boxes.

TIFF 2018: The Man Who Would Be President

The film's promotional poster and trailer might have you believing that The Front Runner is a black comedy. Don't believe it. There's nothing funny here—but it is quite dark.

TIFF 2018: Alfonso Cuaron's Triumph, in Glorious Black and White

The Oscar-winning director immerses us in joy and tragedy, big and small, with equal aplomb. To that end, his story's gentility is masterful.

TIFF 2018: One Giant Leap

"This is a big honor, and a bigger responsibility to get this right."

TIFF 2018: Redford Steals One More Look

"Well, if you look at the whole journey, and all of those films...well you can just judge for yourself. I just had a lot of fun doing them all."

TIFF 2018: A Rising Tide

Wild, bold new choices from artists, most of them women, blew down the doors of the Toronto International Film Festival, 2018 edition.
Measuring the high-water marks of TIFF

TIFF 2018: Beale is Beautiful

"We like to say there's a Beale Street in every city."

TIFF 2018: Sleepless in Toronto

The scariest thing about The Predator? The cone of silence over a casting controversy.

TIFF 2018: Tito, the Birds, and the Fearlessness of Children

"It took us eight years to make this film. I can't tell you how amazing it is to be here."

TIFF 2018: Moore, Please

Gloria Bell's soundtrack (actually, it's more of a mixtape) is so ingrained with Gloria's many moods (and so much fun) that the songs are practically co-stars.

TIFF 2018: The Feminist Firebrand That Is Colette

Variety wrote, "Colette ranks as one of the great roles for which Keira Knightley will be remembered." and Whim.com wrote, "Colette is the feminist biopic we need."

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