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Toronto International Film Festival

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    TIFF Interview: Chris Rock Talks 'Top Five,' A Comedian's True Self & Fame As The New Cocaine

    There’s no question that Chris Rock is really f*cking funny. If you’ve witnessed his standup in person, you know it can be paralytically funny (I experienced it once and almost developed a hernia). But the comedian is also an accomplished writer/director who has made three feature-length films now, ...

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    Review: President Samuel L. Jackson Fights Through Finnish Forests in 'Big Game'

    The actor delivers on campy expectations in this enjoyable homage to an earlier era of Hollywood blockbusters.

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    Toronto Review: 'Sunshine Superman' is One of the Best U.S. Docs of the Year

    Stunning footage of BASE jumping makes this fascinating documentary into a thrill ride.

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    TIFF Review: 'St. Vincent' Starring Bill Murray, Melissa McCarthy, Naomi Watts & Chris O'Dowd

    Imagine Herman Blume from "Rushmore" if he were even crankier, broke, drunker and even more irresponsible, and that's Vincent, played with ease by Bill Murray. Taking the lead in "St. Vincent," it seems like the role he's been gearing up to play ever since his career was given an energy boost in Wes...

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    TIFF Review: ‘The Drop’ Starring Tom Hardy, Noomi Rapace & James Gandolfini

    If the imagined stereotype of modern-day Brooklyn is bearded hipsters buying vinyl in Williamsburg, casually pushing Bugaboos down the street and attending trendy brunches, then those tourists have never been to the Brooklyn of "The Drop," a tucked-away corner of the five boroughs where everything b...

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    Review: 'Eden' is a Refreshing Spin on the History of Electronic Music

    Mia Hansen-Love's unassuming look at French house music covers nearly 20 years of events, but the time flies by.

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    Watch: Trailer For TIFF Horror ‘Spring’ Starring Lou Taylor Pucci

    While the bulk of press coverage during major film festivals is centered on handicapping the awards prospects of the more buzzy dramatic films, the past decade has seen genre films make up a growing portion of festival schedules, with many of them breaking out of the midnight screening ghetto they w...

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