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    Toronto Review: Hong Sang-soo's 'Hill of Freedom' is Full of Soul

    The Korean director delivers another distinctive comedy (with plenty of drinking, of course).

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    The Best Documentaries at Toronto So Far

    The 2014 TIFF documentaries, for all their socially progressive virtues and occasionally virtuosic flourishes, echoed other movies—unavoidably, in some instances. There are only so many ways you can go with a certain topic; and if you’re selling ideas, style often gets in the way.

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    Toronto Review: Cliff Curtis Excels as a Chess Master in 'The Dark Horse'

    Cliff Curtis delivers a compelling performance as Maori chess savant Genesis Potini.

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    Toronto Review: Takashi Miike's 'Over Your Dead Body' is Gross But Familiar

    Heads roll in the prolific Japanese director's latest outing, but that's not enough to save it.

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    Sony Pictures Classics Acquires WWII Conspiracy Drama 'Labyrinth of Lies'

    Giulio Ricciarelli's directorial debut examines post-World War II German conspiracies.

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    Toronto Review: 'Electric Boogaloo' Explains the Wild Legacy of Cannon Films

    Menachem Golan and Yoram Globus produced some of the wackier Hollywood knock-offs of the 1980's. This is their story.

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    Watch: Exclusive Clip from Genre-Blurring "Meet Me in Montenegro"

    In this clip from documentary-meets-fiction "Meet Me In Montenegro," we get a glimpse into the real lives of actor-writer-directors Alex Holdridge and Linnea Saasen.

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    TIFF Review: Kristen Wiig Shines In The Funny & Entertaining ‘Welcome To Me’

    Kristen Wiig fans, rejoice. The 'SNL' alumnus continues to quietly and steadily segue from sketch comedy on the small screen to feature length comedy on the big one, while still retaining her instinctive knack for hilarious shenanigans. “Bridesmaids” started her ascent, and we’ve already seen her th...

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    TIFF Review: 'A Little Chaos' Starring Kate Winslet And Matthias Schoenaerts

    A story about an ordinary woman assimilating into crème de la crème royal society in 17th ce ntury Paris and falling in love above her station brims with potential, which makes our disappointment with Alan Rickman’s “A Little Chaos” that much more harsh. Romantic period dramas may no longer prompt a...

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