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    We Don't Mean To 'Judge,' But The Toronto Film Festival Needs an Opening Night Makeover

    The Robert Downey, Jr.-Robert Duvall film wasn't so well received, but that's not the big problem.

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    TIFF Review: Anne Fontaine's 'Gemma Bovery' Starring Gemma Arterton

    Oh, to be beautiful and bored. It has been over 150 years since Gustave Flaubert shocked the world with "Madame Bovary," his groundbreaking book about a provincial doctor's wife who embarks on a tragic affair to escape her dull, routine life. And ever since, the character of Emma Bovary has become b...

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    TIFF Exclusive: Poster For Culture Jamming Doc 'The Yes Men Are Revolting'

    For the last two decades, The Yes Men— culture jamming prankster activists Mike Bonanno and Andy Bichlbaum (not their real names)—have pulled off some rather hilarious and spectacular media hoaxes to expose corporate crimes, stunts involving ExxonMobil, HUD, WTO, Dow Chemical, The New York Times and...

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    Watch: Kevin Smith Debuts Disturbing First Clip From 'Tusk'

    Justin Long stars in "Tusk," the dark new film from indie auteur Kevin Smith that world-premieres at Toronto this weekend, hits up Fantastic Fest in Austin later in September, and opens in theaters September 19.

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    How Kristen Wiig Made Her Way From 'SNL' to Dramedies 'Skeleton Twins' & TIFF Premiere 'Welcome to Me'

    Why have women alums of "Saturday Night Live" had a harder time than men, who've monopolized the show over the years, at making a permanent dent at the movies? Funny-lady Kristen Wiig seems to be making many of the right moves to establish herself as a movie actress who can do more than just silly c...

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    RADiUS Acquires Anna Kendrick Musical 'The Last Five Years' at TIFF

    Get your tissues ready for Valentine's Day. "The Last Five Years" has found a domestic distributor.

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    Toronto: RADiUS Grabs Musical 'The Last 5 Years,' Starring Anna Kendrick, Before World Premiere

    RADiUS-TWC has landed one of the first major acquisitions of this year's Toronto International Film Festival with "The Last 5 Years," Richard LaGravenese's big-screen adaptation of the 2002 off-Broadway smash musical.

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    "The Judge" Reviews: 'Out of Order' or 'I'll Allow It?'

    Move to strike an obvious courtroom drama from the record.

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    TIFF Interview: Kevin Kline Talks Drama 'My Old Lady' And Why He Doesn't Want A Role In 'Star Wars'

    Jumping from drama to comedy with ease, the sixty-six year old Kevin Kline means different things to different moviegoers. For some, he's the actor with pronounced dramatic chops in early films like "Sophie's Choice," "The Big Chill" and "Cry Freedom," while for others he's the comedic genius who wo...

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    TIFF Review: 'The Judge' Starring Robert Downey Jr., Robert Duvall And Vera Farmiga

    They say you can't go home again, but that's not the case for Robert Downey Jr.'s Hank Palmer. His hometown, Carlinville, Indiana, is the kind of place that has a Blueberry Festival banner festooned over its main street, and where everyone seems to be on a first name basis. For Hank, that means the ...

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