"Pain is temporary, losing is permanent," grumbles record-setting jump jockey Tony "A.P." McCoy in "Being AP," a fitfully insightful sports doc that's as much about the trials of winning as the…
Toronto Film Festival
A creepy security guard blackmails a wealthy kleptomaniac in "A Patch of Fog," a low-stakes, low-budget, low-yield thriller that attempts to turn a straightforward stalking case into a twisted story…
A feature-length sex-a-thon winds up feeling like the wrong kind of grind in Eric Khoo's "In the Room," a bittersweet carnal medley that floats across several decades' worth of brief encounters at a…
The astounding and thoroughly inspirational account of an artistic collaboration between an Israeli remix artist and an obscure, yet undeniably talented New Orleans-based vocalist he discovered half…
A beautiful mind is reduced to simplified dramatic equations in "The Man Who Knew Infinity," an easily digestible fish-out-of-water biopic of Srinavasa Ramanujan, the India-born mathematical prodigy…
Disturbing Swedish drama "Granny's Dancing On The Table," from writer-helmer Hanna Skold, uses live action and stop-motion animation with voiceover narration to trace familial dysfunction and abuse…
The other drone-pilot drama in Toronto this year, buried in the festival's hit-and-miss new Platform competition section, "Full Contact" will be seen by a tiny fraction of the audience who express…
With "The Wave," awesomely named Norwegian helmer Roar Uthaug has made an equally impressive tsunami-peril thriller — a thunderous rumble-rumble-hustle-hustle-glub-glub nerve-racker.
Sometimes an even greater mystery than why someone chose to create a particular movie is why someone else chose to fund it.
This listless and drastically underdeveloped drama, scarcely begins to fulfill its title.
A squashed extra, an assassination plot, blackmail, riots, raging libidos, ghastly ego trips and, of course, a few song-and-dance numbers play into an enjoyably antic farce.