Hit Man is one of the year’s most brilliantly entertaining films, a dizzying high point for everyone involved.
Browsing: Toronto International Film Festival
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Pablo Berger’s first foray into animation is a quietly poignant tale of friendship and memory set in 1980s New York City.
Spectacular battles and life-altering consequences await in the modern-day martial arts classic, 100 Yards.
Canada’s Ariane Louis-Seize introduces humanism to the vampire world.
Maddie Ziegler and the rest of the cast for Fitting In deliver exceptionally great, funny work and it is a breath of fresh air.
A young construction worker accepts a job with a group of queer rodeo performers and discovers formerly dormant parts of himself.
Watch After The Fire to witness the resilience of a family and the triumph of hope.
The long-time director reunites with Paul Giamatti in one of the year’s best films, a sharp comedy that balances heartfelt drama.
Greed & vanity plague the debaucherous world of pain management drugs in Pain Hustlers.