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Adam Driver

J.J. Abrams's film isn't as daring or artful as The Last Jedi, but it knits the patchwork mythology of the decades-spanning space opera into a coherent whole Read more

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Parasite

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The Body Remembers When The World Broke Open, Antigone and Firecrackers are nominated for the best Canadian film prize Read more

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Wilson Webb

Marriage Story and The Irishman lead a decent list of nominees that sadly doesn't include Greta Gerwig or Lulu Wang in the writing or directing categories Read more

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Scott Z. Burns’s film about Senate staffer Daniel Jones doesn’t rise above a catalogue of horrors Read more

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Noah Baumbach’s precise, empathetic film about a couple’s separation is devastating drama Read more

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NOW critics pick the best additions to the streaming platform, including One Child Nation and The Report Read more

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Noah Baumbach's devastating semi-autobiographical work is one of the best films of the year Read more

TIFF 2019

Scott Z. Burns's docudrama about investigating America's embrace of torture after 9/11 feels like a catalogue of horrors Read more

TIFF 2019

A Beautiful Day In The Neighborhood

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Star-studded biopics and new films by Steven Soderbergh, the Safdie Brothers, Kasi Lemmons, Atom Egoyan, Marjane Satrapi and Pedro Almodovar are coming to Toronto Read more

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Jim Jarmusch’s often explosively funny zombie movie isn’t scary, but it’s as deadpan as they come Read more

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Terry Gilliam’s passion project inspired by Cervantes’s story is a depressing failure Read more

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Snubs include If Beale Street Could Talk, First Man and Won't You Be My Neighbor? Read more

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Spike Lee’s biopic about a 1970s cop who infiltrates the KKK critiques film history and comments on our present moment Read more

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Jules Heath

Rian Johnson’s entry in the space opera takes the familiar characters (and a few new ones) into strange, unexpected territory Read more

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Steven Soderbergh’s return to feature directing offers up sharp, smart storytelling and some note-perfect performances Read more

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Mary Cybulsky

>>> And it’s exactly the kind of humane film we need with Trump’s bluster in the White House Read more

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The director’s film about Portuguese Jesuits in 17th century Japan is long, slow and completely absorbing Read more

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Toronto Film Critics Association spread the end-of-year movie love to Moonlight, Toni Erdmann and Manchester By The Sea; How Heavy This Hammer, Operation Avalanche and The Stairs make shortlist for $100,000 Rogers Best Canadian Film Award Read more

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Midway through the fest, standouts include pics by Park Chan-wook and Jim Jarmusch Read more

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