TIFF 2012: Sans Soleil and Tess Reviews (Paolo Kagaoan)

Sans Soleil (1982) Voice overs by Florence Delay and Alexandra Stewart, featuring Kim Novak and James Stewart Directed by Chris Marker This movie has the bearings of director Chris Marker’s style, a series of images accompanied by a voice over; a woman speaking for Marker or recalling his letters about the movie, a voice fromContinue reading “TIFF 2012: Sans Soleil and Tess Reviews (Paolo Kagaoan)”

TIFF 2012 – Seven Psychopaths Review (Matt Hodgson)

2012 Toronto International Film Festival Seven Psychopaths (2012) Starring Colin Farrell, Woody Harrelson, Sam Rockwell, Abbie Cornish, Olga Kurylenko, and Christopher Walken Directed by Martin McDonagh Note: I had some concerns during Dredd 3D regarding the large number of seats (225 or so) that had been reserved for VIPs and therefore were withheld from payingContinue reading “TIFF 2012 – Seven Psychopaths Review (Matt Hodgson)”

TIFF 2012: The Hunt and The Gatekeepers Reviews (Kirk Haviland)

TIFF 2012 Capsule Reviews The Hunt (2012) Starring Mads Mikkelsen, Thomas Bo Larsen, Annika Wedderkopp, Lasse Fogelstrom and Susse Wold Directed by Thomas Vinterberg Set in a small suburban town, Lucas (Mikkelsen) is a divorced daycare worker who is hoping to win custody of his estranged teenage son Marcus (Fogelstrom). Well-liked and easygoing, Lucas hasContinue reading “TIFF 2012: The Hunt and The Gatekeepers Reviews (Kirk Haviland)”

TIFF 2012 – Dredd 3D Review (Matt Hodgson)

Toronto International Film Festival 2012 Dredd 3D (2012) Starring Karl Urban, Olivia Thirlby, and Lena Headey Screenplay by Alex Garland Directed by Pete Travis Making my way to the Ryerson theatre 90 minutes before showtime, I could only mutter a few expletives under my breath as I realized that the line for the first MidnightContinue reading “TIFF 2012 – Dredd 3D Review (Matt Hodgson)”

TIFF 2012 – Top 10 Most Anticipated Genre Movies (Matt Hodgson)

For cinephiles in Toronto the time is nearly upon us to walk into the fray known as the Toronto International Film Festival. It may be busy as hell and it may cost a few bucks more than $20 for a ticket, but it’s all worth it as there is no better time during the yearContinue reading “TIFF 2012 – Top 10 Most Anticipated Genre Movies (Matt Hodgson)”