Posts Filed Under: TIFF 2011 Reviews
Despite what other trailers may tell you, here is the feel-bad movie of the year.
A terrorist's taste of terror is not a terrible thing to tell.
Clever, violent, and funny, this film is what Midnight Madness is all about.
Cancer and comedy as a recipe for schmaltz. What are the odds?
It's a movie. It's called
Dogtooth. But better.
Despite an overall beauty, this love poem adaptation misses the mark.
Death becomes no one in this conventional cancer film.
Francis Ford Coppola's latest is an expressionistic mini-masterpiece of grotesque. With 3D!
A funny, ballsy, and bloody Canadian hockey movie. About time.
A wrenching, darkly funny debut feature.
With a little help from filmmaker Stephen Kessler, Paul Williams makes it over that rainbow.
Alexander Sokurov, you devil you.
Sheldon Larry's musical isn't as interesting as the documentary that inspired it, but at times it can still be a ball.
More like withering tripe.
Steve McQueen plays the shame game in his second film.
Hey kids! You like independent rock and roll music? You like T-shirts with faded corporate logos on them? Well then you'll love... aw, no you won't.
If you like seeing catatonic rape victims get drugs crammed inside of them, this is your
Citizen Kane, sicko.