We interview Boy Kills World director Moritz Mohr and producer Simon Swart to learn about the inspiration and craft behind their TIFF-premiering film.
Boy Kills World smashes a wide range of genres together to create a wonderfully crazy mosaic of action, gore, and imagination.
With its clever structure and sobering story, Woman of the Hour shows director Anna Kendrick is just as sharp behind the camera as she is in front of it.
Dumb Money isn’t the most searing dig at capitalism out there, but it gets by with its sharp humor, strong cast, and unpredictable momentum.
Dicks: The Musical is a raunchy, absurd, hilariously wild ride brought to life by a committed cast, catchy songs, and clever twists of a familiar tale.
The Boy and the Heron lets the worldbuilding distract too much from the story, leaving most of Hayao Miyazaki’s magic to go stale.
Landscape With Invisible Hand paints an off-putting, unpredictable alien invasion picture that any fan of strange, thoughtful science fiction should seek out.
When it doesn’t let its main focus slip away, Billion Dollar Heist is an engaging, interesting look at one of the most eye-opening cyber heists in history.
Sound of Freedom is effective and emotional as a portrayal of terrible real-world crimes, but its message is compromised by its own fabrications of the truth.
In what’s possibly my most unpopular film opinion, I don’t like the 1990 classic Goodfellas. Here’s why, and how I’ve come to be okay with that.