After my tireless coverage of this year’s Toronto International Film Festival, I decided to take a break yesterday from writing and relax. Coverage of the festival, albeit that it has concluded, will continue throughout this next week.
Now, lets get to our weekly articles …
With the passing of Michael Clarke Duncan, Anna reviews The Green Mile.
Nick contemplates Steven Spielberg’s latest project, Lincoln.
Set in one room. One review by Dan Heaton … Rope.
Eric takes a look at Richard Linklater – open for discussion.
Fernando is graduating!
Ruby Sparks was one of the more delightful films of this past summer. Max gives it a crack.
Blog of Bid Ideas tackles a film with some big ideas, We Need to Talk About Kevin.
Hopefully Robot & Frank rolls around to my local theater. Jake Cole gives it a go.
Andy continues his coverage of the Lavazza Italian Film Festival.
I was floored by Trust last year – and I’m glad Franz appreciated the film as well.
Have a safe Monday. Be sure to read my reviews of I DECLARE WAR, THE RELUCTANT FUNDAMENTALIST, SPRING BREAKERS, PLACE BEYOND THE PINES, IMOGENE, MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING, AND SEVEN PSYCHOPATHS sprinkled over the next few weeks.