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Toronto International Film Festival 2018
Toronto International Film Festival 2018
Toronto International Film Festival 2018

Toronto International Film Festival 2018: The Hate U Give – Review The Hate U Give opens with a shot of a simple suburban neighborhood, and a seemingly regular family sitting at their dining table. The conversation they&#...

 
 
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Toronto International Film Festival 2018
Toronto International Film Festival 2018
Toronto International Film Festival 2018

Toronto International Film Festival 2018: Vox Lux – Review Celeste Montgomery (Raffey Cassidy) is a talented young musician and singer living in a small town. Whatever her hopes and dreams were, though, changes completely...

 
 
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Toronto International Film Festival 2018
Toronto International Film Festival 2018
Toronto International Film Festival 2018

Toronto International Film Festival 2018: Life Itself – Review Abby (Olivia Wilde) and Will (Oscar Isaac) are the perfect couple. They are happy, loving, and expecting their first child. So, why is Will in mandated therap...

 
 
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Toronto International Film Festival 2018
Toronto International Film Festival 2018
Toronto International Film Festival 2018

Toronto International Film Festival 2018: A Million Little Pieces – Review Sam Taylor-Johnson’s latest feature film, A Million Little Pieces, begins with a Mark Twain quote: “I’ve lived through some terrible t...

 
 
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Toronto International Film Festival 2018
Toronto International Film Festival 2018
Toronto International Film Festival 2018

Toronto International Film Festival 2018: The Sisters Brothers – Review The titular brothers of the film are then given a new mission: hunt down and kill Hermann Kermit Warm (Riz Ahmed), a thief who has stolen something f...

 
 
Filmreview
 
Toronto International Film Festival 2018
Toronto International Film Festival 2018
Toronto International Film Festival 2018

Toronto International Film Festival 2018: Can You Ever Forgive Me? – Review Even before we meet Melissa McCarthy’s Lee Israel, we know her life is a mess. The down-on-her-luck writer gets fired from her dead-end job in th...