The pen may be mightier than the sword, but if a picture is worth a thousand words, who would win in a duel?
REARVIEW: A strong showing by Canadian and British filmmakers, an outstanding selection of performances and a relentless flow of Oscar hype were all in evidence at the Toronto Film Festival.
You don't have to know anything about "Britain's Got Talent" winner Paul Potts in order to whistle the tune of "One Chance."
Ned Benson's double-whammy debut is a a curious and mostly absorbing investigation of the bust-up of a marriage as seen through the eyes of both respective parties.
James Wan returns with two more hours of seat-clenching scares in this modestly scaled and highly pleasurable sequel to his low-budget 2011 smash.
A government office that functions much like "The Office" is the setting for a sparkling and savvy comedy of political manners from the unlikely hand of veteran French auteur Bertrand Tavernier.
There are no surprises -- just lots of good, old-fashioned scenery chewing -- in John Wells' splendid film version of Tracy Letts' acid-tongued Broadway triumph.
Atom Egoyan's starry dramatization of the West Memphis Three case transforms a fascinating tale of small-town prejudice and miscarried justice into a surprisingly staid courtroom drama.
Idris Elba gives a towering performance in this otherwise stolid CliffsNotes account of Nelson Mandela's life.
"Honestly, I like this a lot more than I like making movies," said director Jason Reitman as he took to the stage of the capacity-crowd Ryerson Theatre Friday night for a "Live Read" of Paul Thomas…
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