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Toronto Film Festival 2014

The Judge

  • Rated as: 3/5

Robert Downey Jr. stars in the sort of legal drama that shouts where it could whisper and stomps where it could tiptoe—not always disagreeably

The Drop

  • Rated as: 3/5

European actors (including future Mad Max Tom Hardy) do an uneven job bringing a "hey-yous-guys" Brooklyn crime drama to life.

Nightcrawler

  • Rated as: 5/5

Viciously funny, it twins the frenetic hunt for shocking footage with the career ambitions of a closet psycho, played by Jake Gyllenhaal.

Tusk

  • Rated as: 3/5

One imagines the scariest thing to Kevin Smith would be the inability to speak—and that's exactly what he explores in this captivatingly weird horror-comedy.

The Equalizer

  • Rated as: 1/5

There’s some sad math happening when Hollywood tries to equalize one of its most distinctive leading men with generic action parts that even Liam Neeson would scowl at.

Men, Women & Children

  • Rated as: 2/5

An ensemble-acted shriek on the topic of Internet overconsumption, it's the first Jason Reitman film to make the director seem about 400 years old.

Wild

  • Rated as: 3/5

Reese Witherspoon seizes onto the role of Cheryl Strayed, spiritually broken and hiking the Pacific Crest Trail, with the talons of a hawk looking for shiny objects below.

The Duke of Burgundy

  • Rated as: 4/5

Britain’s Peter Strickland is a star student of '70s Eurotrash: He turns the soft-focus lesbian cuddling that once titillated weirdos on 42nd Street into something deeper.

Rosewater

  • Rated as: 3/5

Often on fire behind his Daily Show desk, Jon Stewart turns out to be a merely okay director, judging from this sincere yet serviceable political drama.


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Festival information

What is TIFF?

Originally known as the "Festival of Festivals" in 1976, the Toronto International Film Festival has become the most comprehensive and prestigious cinema showcase of the fall season. This year's edition will present 393 features, 143 of which are world premieres.

When is TIFF?

When is TIFF? This year, the fest runs September 4–14 2014.

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