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Jake Gyllenhaal delivers another expert creepy performance in this entertaining but stale L.A. noir.
Chris O'Dowd, Adam Sandler, Kevin Smith—these and other celebrities too lazy to dress properly.
A friendly reminder to film critics who take themselves too seriously.
Mia Hansen-Løve spins an electronic B-side to Inside Llewyn Davis with this look at a French DJ's career spent in the shadow of Daft Punk.
In which Godard's farewell to language and warm embrace of 3D makes us laugh and ponder the consciousness of a dog.
We're fast approaching peak Bill Murray.
The fest’s home for the avant-garde features a mind-bending Viggo Mortensen Western, a playful riff on Shakespeare, and more.
The fest's nonfiction programming spans subjects as diverse as the Indonesian killings of the mid-1960s, Soviet hockey, and a Chinese pop idol contest.
In which Robert John Downey, Jr. proves for the 18-billionth time that he is a lovable scamp.
The best and worst of the fest's opening night—featuring bike valets, Bill Murray Day, and a soppy Robert Downey, Jr. drama.
Twitter user @tofilmcritic spoofs chain-smoking, self-persecuting professional movie-watchers.
Midnight Madness scares up some yakuza, a sexually transmitted ghost, an unhinged film editor, and Kevin Smith.
Alanis Obomsawin's latest looks at the long shadow cast by Treaty 9.
Ruben Östlund sets his sights on masculine pride in his newest work.
Sexually transmitted hauntings. Viggo Mortensen as a Danish general in 19th-century Patagonia. The films with the biggest buzz, and the ones we're most looking forward to.
The Dardenne brothers and Marion Cotillard deliver with a neorealist riff on Norma Rae.
The dullards invade Toronto in Denys Arcand's tedious new romantic drama.
Master documentarian Frederick Wiseman takes a peek behind the curtain of the National Gallery.