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Locals weigh good and bad of Montreal’s foreign-filming boom
Crazy Rich Asians is worth the splurge
‘Back to the Future’ cast reunites to relive the past, 33 years later
How the team behind The Meg set out to build a better giant-shark movie
Casey Affleck concedes mistakes in the wake of #MeToo
TIFF executive director leaving
Crazy Rich Asians — like The Joy Luck Club before it — could be more than a hit; it could hit home
Critics be damned: Robin Williams’ Death to Smoochy is a dark delight
Slender Man’s chances of scaring you are slim and none
BlacKkKlansman is Spike Lee’s best in a dozen years
The Miseducation of Cameron Post’s talented cast sells familiar story
The Meg: Not much bite to Jason Statham’s shark tale
Puzzle: Tale of woman’s new direction gets fitting treatment
Michael Moore, Errol Morris docs and new Halloween all coming to TIFF
Get ready for the feel-good Oscars
Oscars to add a popular film category as it struggles with lower ratings
New Nicole Kidman, Elisabeth Moss films come to TIFF’s deglamorizing Platform lineup
Christopher Robin’s burdened adult learns to bear up
Returning Paradise Theatre looks to events, drinks to support film offerings
Darkest Minds is teen drama for dim bulbs
The Spy Who Dumped Me: carnage kills the comedy
Scotty and the Secret History of Hollywood’s racy tales of the stars are delicious — and credible
Ewan McGregor on doing nothing, romance, Obi-Wan, and Stephen King
Scotty and the Secret Life of Hollywood: Saucy, star-filled stories — but do we believe them?
Sharkwater sequel and end of Arcand’s Empire trilogy coming to TIFF
Spike Lee sounds his alarm with new film BlacKkKlansman
Stylish director launches streaming service for orphan films
McQueen documentary sizes up a brilliant, troubled designer
Chris Pratt and rest of Guardians of the Galaxy back fired director James Gunn
French director Luc Besson is accused of sexual abuse but the reaction has been muted
New Star Wars will have the late Carrie Fisher — and Billy Dee Williams
Rob Reiner says new film Shock and Awe has much to say about media in Trump era
Blindspotting star talks about police violence, changing face of Oakland
Mission: Impossible — Fallout is a blast
Teen Titans Go! to the Movies leaves bleak imagery of DC worlds behind
Blindspotting tackles race and class with eyes wide open
In Shock and Awe, a president (not that one) declares war on truth
Every Tom Cruise stunt that blew our minds in ‘Fallout’
It took 12 years, but HBO has confirmed the Deadwood movie is happening
Ryan Gosling’s Neil Armstrong biopic First Man coming to TIFF
Denzel Washington on fathers, sons and Equalizer 2
‘Fantastic Beasts’ cast talks impeachment spells, Johnny Depp startles fans at Comic-Con
Bo Burnham gets into character — as a 13-year-old girl — for Eighth Grade
Joaquin Phoenix on research, creativity and portraying cartoonist John Callahan
Denzel Washington, director Antoine Fuqua rely on trust factor in The Equalizer 2
Under the Tree gets to the root of suburban discord
Joaquin Phoenix shines in Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far on Foot
Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again gets by on ABBA’s not-quite-greatest hits
Equalizer 2 proves Denzel Washington can make a bad movie watchable
Unfriended: Dark Web is clever, but too real to be fun
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