he summer of 2016 officially winds down to a stop (thank the maker) as The Toronto International Film Festival comes to a close. Kurt spends a good chunk of this episode going through the best of the fest (from his perspective) and one or two things that didn’t work out quite as well as one would hope. Before we get there, we join Antoine Fuqua and his Magnificent Seven
as they attempt to defeat the evil, mining industrialist, Peter Sarsgaard. It’s as close to an A-list cast as one can hope for these days, so does that pay off on the IMAX screen as it once did for the Western Blockbuster (if there ever was such a thing)? Lastly, Andrew has clearly had some time away from recording and producing to see quite a fair number of films
. And breezes through a half-dozen of those before the boys call it a done deal. Regrets for not tying off the DePalma retrospective with a Scarface ribbon this week as promised; though that is in the works for next episode.
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– The Magnificent Seven
TORONTO INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL RECAP
– Nocturnal Animals
– Sierra Nevada
– Personal Shopper
– After The Storm*
– Manchester by the Sea
– The Red Turtle
– The Autopsy of Jane Doe
– The Girl with All the Gifts
– The Age of Shadows
– (Re) Assignment
– Salt and Fire
– The B-Side: Elsa Dorfman’s Portrait Photography
– La La Land
– American Honey
– The Duelist
THE WATCH LIST:
– In Order of Disappearance
– Cold in July
– St. Vincent
– All RowThree TIFF reviews for 2016
– RowThree TIFF round-up (coming soon)
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