A pulp pastiche best enjoyed by those for whom movies can't be too much like comicbooks.
Toronto International Film Festival
Rowan Joffe, the helmer behind Toronto title "Brighton Rock," is set to write and direct an adaptation of Brit scribe Steve Watson's debut novel "Before I Go to Sleep" with Ridley Scott's shingle…
IM Global's mammoth roughly $7 million pre-sale deal over the weekend with Entertainment for U.K. rights to "Dredd 3D" is indicative of the three-headed beast that the Toronto Film Festival has…
After much frantic last-minute tweaking and an exclusive shindig Saturday night, Toronto's TIFF Bell Lightbox cut the ribbon and officially rolled out the red carpet to the public on Sunday.
Eastwood moves into new territory with old-fashioned grace and classical filmmaking in "Hereafter."
There's a stew of ideas simmering in "Mothers," but unfortunately none of them emerge fully cooked.
Film questions the comparative benefits of measured and alarmist rhetoric when it comes to climate-change debate.
Sequel nevertheless maintains and often improves on the original's scruffy humor.
Offshore viewing likely strongest in fests and ancillary.
Docu may be a one-joke movie but should have little trouble finding a niche on cable.
Myriad Pictures and Matthau Media are producing a bigscreen adaptation of Elmore Leonard's comedy crime thriller "Freaky Deaky," which Myriad is introducing to foreign buyers at the Toronto fest.