12:00pm – The Wind That Shakes the Barley (Visa Screening Room (Elgin)
9:00pm – Rescue Dawn (Ryerson Theatre)
12:30pm – King and the Clown (Paramount 1) – See our review.
6:00pm – The Art of Crying (Paramount 3)
8:15pm – Reprise (Varsity 2) – See our review.
12:45pm – Penelope (Ryerson Theatre)
1:30pm – The White Planet (Roy Thompson Hall)
9:30pm – Babel (Roy Thompson Hall)
Real to Reel
3:00pm – Manufactured Landscapes (Isabel Bader Theatre)
3:30pm – The US vs. John Lennon (Ryerson Theatre)
3:45pm – Fido (Paramount 2) – See our review.
9:00pm – Wavelengths 3 (Al Green Theatre)
1:15pm –Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation Of Kazakhstan (Paramount 2) – See our review.
11:59pm – All the Boys Love Mandy Lane (Ryerson Theatre)
Though we haven’t been able to see All the Boys Love Mandy Lane, we have had a chance to ask the director, Jonathan Levine, “Why should the people of Toronto come and see your film?” Here’s what he had to say:
“‘All The Boys Love Mandy Lane’ is a movie for anyone who ever hated high school. we tried to make it raw and realistic, and it’s got as much sex, drugs and humor as you’d expect from a movie that centers upon a debauched high school weekend getaway. Beyond that, it’s got a rocking soundtrack and a hot young cast. So, I guess that covers it: sex, drugs, violence, a hot cast and a rocking soundtrack. And no family values. At all.”