TIFF '12 Reviews: The Last Hurrah
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TIFF ’12 Reviews: The Last Hurrah

As the festival enters its closing days, one last batch of reviews for films, all of which are screening this weekend.

Wondering how to navigate the torrent of films? Our growing list of TIFF reviews is right here.

Our last batch of TIFF ’12 reviews looks at three films to catch on the festival’s closing weekend. Sightseers, from the twisted mind of Ben Wheatley, is a darkly comic gem, while Noah Baumbach’s enchanting Frances Ha is destined to become a generational classic. And speaking of classics, few albums are as iconic as Michael Jackson’s Bad, which gets the behind-the-music treatment in a laudatory new doc from Spike Lee.


    Sightseers
DIRECTED BY BEN WHEATLEY


    Bad 25
DIRECTED BY SPIKE LEE


    Frances Ha
DIRECTED BY NOAH BAUMBACH

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