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  1. Recapping The Festival

    And just like that – the festival is over.

    After 11 days of showcasing over 270 movies, the Toronto International Film Festival comes to a close today. Sunday is the day to which audiences can catch up on repeat viewings of movies they may have missed the first time around. The stars are all but gone and the red carpets are just about rolled up, but there are still 80+ movies showing on the last day for those that care to catch something that has gotten great buzz throughout the ...
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  2. Day 8 Recap: Day 9 Preview

    Day 8 was an fantastical fun ride. We had only two movies on our slate, but both had us more excited than a Navy man on shore leave with a box full of condoms and a bottle of scotch. We started off with Barry Levinson’s bio-horror film, The Bay which did not disappoint.

    Next up was Eli Roth in Aftershock. Director Nicolás López was on hand before the screening and his playfulness and enthusiasm was a nice treat over the usual stuck-upness that usually precedes a screening. ...
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  3. Day 7 Recap: Day 8 Preview

    Day 7 and we were starting to show some Festival Fatigue. Travelling from theatre to theatre (sometimes running) to meet the next showtime in an effort to screen 4 or 5 movies a day can take a lot out of even the most fervent of movie fans. Not to mention that it would mean being in line for over 4 hours a day in the hot sunlight (lines are outside the theatres for the event). In short, with four days still to go, we are exhausted.

    Yesterday, we got to screen two interesting ...

    Updated 09-13-2012 at 12:54 PM by GregMO ROberts

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  4. Day 6 Recap: Day 7 Preview

    Day 6 was a busy one with Killer Reviews screening 4 movies throughout the day. We started with Byzantium, moved to The Sessions then caught Hellbenders and Sightseers. Exhausting day standing out in the heat for most of it. Byzantium was a disappointment, The Session was a real crowd pleaser that will get some awards consideration and Hellbender was meh. Go to our Movies/Television Thread on the message boards to find reviews of some of the screened films.

    Stars in our presence ...

    Updated 09-12-2012 at 08:57 AM by GregMO ROberts

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  5. Day 5 Recap: Day 6 Preview

    A busy day marked the half way mark of the 2012 edition of the Toronto International Film Festival. Christopher Walken, Bill Murray, Selena Gomez, Helen Hunt, Will Smith, Rob Zombie and Zac Efron were just a few of the names in town Monday.

    Terrence Malick’s North American Premiere of To The Wonder was the hot ticket of the day. But Bill Murray’s Hyde Park on Hudson was an equally electric atmosphere.

    We had two screenings yesterday, The Impossible and Berberian ...
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