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    Toronto Review: Adam Sandler and Jennifer Garner Struggle With Technology in 'Men, Women & Children'

    Jason Reitman's ensemble drama follows numerous suburban families dealing with their problems by turning to the internet.

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    Toronto Review: Nina Hoss is Extraordinary in Holocaust Drama 'Phoenix'

    In Christian Petzold's compelling period piece, a woman confronts her long-lost husband in the aftermath of WWII.

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    Toronto Review: President Samuel L. Jackson Fights Through Finnish Forests in Enjoyably Silly '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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    Toronto Review: Bill Murray Salvages Sappy 'St. Vincent'

    The actor finally returns to his comedy roots in a movie that owes its appeal to his talent.

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    Toronto 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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    Why I Skipped Robert Downey Jr.'s 'The Judge' in Toronto

    The Toronto International Film Festival kicked off with another star-driven vehicle. But there's a lot more to come.

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    The 14 Must-See Films at This Year's Toronto International Film Festival, Trust Us

    The Toronto International Film Festival is most rewarding when you don't focus on the known quantities, many of which will find their way into theaters in the coming months. Here's a sampling of 14 notable under-the-radar efforts at the 2014 edition.

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    Telluride Review: 'Merchants of Doubt' Takes Lobbyists to Task and Falls Short

    The director of "Food, Inc." sets his sights on a new target with mixed results.

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    Venice Review: Fatih Akin's 'The Cut' Falls Short of Its Ambition

    The Armenian genocide is explored with mixed results, but takes place on a grander scale than anything else in Akin's career to date.

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