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posted by Sep 17, 2014 • Filed in: Internet/Bloggers, Movies, Press, The Rover

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Saw advertisement spots for “The Rover” while binge watching and then rented it. Now I’ve finally seen it! Rey was such a distinct character from anything Rob has ever played before. Rent it now for $4.99 (a 2-day rental)!

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posted by Sep 17, 2014 • Filed in: Internet/Bloggers, Magazine, Movies, Press, The Rover

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posted by Sep 17, 2014 • Filed in: Internet/Bloggers, Maps to the Stars, Movies, Press, Reviews

As always, it’s a challenge to fit in one’s “must-sees.” There are scheduling conflicts (like most festivals, TIFF has to deal with filmmakers who all want their pictures screened in the first weekend’s prime time spots), exacerbated by a lack of schedule options (most films only have two screenings in the first week now as opposed to the typical three or four that they had when I began attending). Occasional late starts (although not as many as last year) also complicated matters in terms of logistics, along with some computer snafus that left many ticketholders with seats to oversold screenings. Over 28 screenings had changes in venue, date, and/or time in the days before the festival opened, after selections had been made and tickets had been sold. Still, the TIFF staffers did their best to accommodate everyone. They always learn from their mistakes with the determination to put on a more trouble-free festival the following year.

In terms of film quality, though, TIFF lived up to expectations, as it always has in my nine years attending. There were about a dozen disappointments for me out of the 28 full-length features I attended — not necessarily bad, mind you, just that I had high hopes for them and they fell short. Several met or exceeded expectations. The rest, the ones which really made TIFF 2014 worth the trip, were pleasant surprises. So please keep in mind that even the “worst” ones on my schedule here could, theoretically, be among the best at other festivals, and would make my Top Picks from those respective fests. Just because you don’t see a title listed below doesn’t mean I didn’t love it — just that the list below is relative. .

I’ve narrowed the list down to my Top 10 using a 1-5 rating scale. Only one film deserved one star (avoid at all costs) and I gave two stars to four films (not recommended). Eight movies merited a three (I recommend it). There were five with a rating of four stars, ones I’d not only recommend but also would see again. That leaves the cream of the crop, which I’ve listed below. These are the 10 films that merited five stars — the ones I’d recommend, see again, and add to my home video collection.

Here is my Top 10 from the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival.

Big Game (Finland, Germany, UK)

Clouds of Sils Maria (France, USA)

Corbo (Canada)

Elephant Song (Canada)

The Humbling (USA)

Labyrinthus (Belgium)

Love & Mercy (USA)

Maps to the Stars (Canada, Germany)

Still Alice (USA)

Whiplash (USA)

HERE is the article written by Larry

Click HERE for more of Larry at the “Maps to the Stars” premiere at TIFF!

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posted by Sep 16, 2014 • Filed in: Internet/Bloggers, Movies, Press, Queen of the Desert

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