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Toronto International Film Festival – Our Schedule

Posted on September 9th, 2010

Movie-List is attending TIFF again this year. We’ve always had a great time, and this year should be no different. As always, our picks try to blend a little of everything (that appeals to us). Big studio and indie. Drama and Horror. Foreign and not. We’ll be posting notes, pics and whatever else tickles our […]

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How to watch movies like a civilized person

Posted on September 3rd, 2010

Source: http://www.nowtoronto.com/daily/story.cfm?content=176582 With TIFF just around the corner, this seems like the ideal time to offer a few handy tips By Norman Wilner Going to the movies is a communal experience. We assemble in the dark, we all see the same thing, and we all take away a different interpretation of the experience. Unless someone […]

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TIFF09 – Day 9

Posted on September 22nd, 2009

Repost of tweets: Out way too late last night to even try and attempt to make my 1st film today so I skipped it. It was Ong Bak 2. I’ll see it on DVD. Valhalla Rising Actual 1st film of the day is now Valhalla Rising, a Viking film! We need more Viking films! Valhalla […]

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TIFF09 – Day 8

Posted on September 19th, 2009

Repost of tweets: Day 8 (for me) of #TIFF09, it’s all turning into a blur. Happened to glance at my schedule & realized, just in nick of time, that I was heading to wrong theatre. Close call! My Year Without Sex 1st film today was My Year Without Sex, a nice lil’ Australian flick. Saw […]

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TIFF09 – Day 7

Posted on September 19th, 2009

Repost of tweets: The Damned United Starting today off with Damn United: A look at Brian Clough’s 44-day reign as the coach of Leeds United. Correction: it’s called Damned United. It was good, a nice enjoyable English flick. *** What a cast! Michael Sheen, Jim Broadbent, Timothy Spall, Colm Meaney and more. Micmacs Up next, […]

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