It’s time to take stock of its best offerings of TIFF 2023, featuring hits from Alexander Payne, Cord Jefferson, and Jonathan Glazer.
‘Poolman’, directed by Chris Pine, feels like a sketch comedy skit gone awry, left to haphazardly unfold way past its punchline.
A Normal Family from director Hur Jin-ho is a strong think piece, one that provokes a deep look inward to expose our true selves.
With Dear Jassi, director Tarsem Singh Dhandwar returns to the country of his birth with his most unadorned and powerful film to date.
‘Hit Man’ starring Glen Powell is the type of elevated studio comedy sorely lacking in today’s Hollywood.
Reptile is a maximalist exercise in pastiche that is stupidly easy to decipher and at its heart lies Del Toro’s captivating performance,
Dumb Money is a fun time at the theatre that contains some great performances but doesn’t provide audiences enough to chew on.
Dream Scenario is an indelibly creative venture that will only get better with time, primed to be a cult classic.