If Henry is guilty of anything, it's being a passive protagonist.
With more than 250 features, the Toronto Film Festival typically functions as a clearing house for new international cinema.
The kiss-kiss outweighs the bang-bang in this biopic of daredevil photojournalists in South Africa.
A teen jezebel who hits the road in search of her deadbeat dad.
This witty coming-of-ager should do well for the Weinstein Co., which acquired the title at Toronto.
Grief may be the topic under examination, but humor is the tool with which it's dissected.
What should have been a shoo-in to the camp canon is more schizophrenic than its titular nutcase.
A deeply poignant and disarmingly personal second feature from writer-director Mike Mills.
A doc of the father-son trek would have proven no less moving than this emotionally contrived drama.
Without Will Ferrell, Dan Rush's feature debut would be a tough sit. The actor makes it watchable.
Fans of "Let the Right One In" can relax.