If this year's Toronto International Film Festival had a subtitle, it could be "When Good Directors Go Bad." At least that's what it has felt like around here as one anticipated new film after the next by some of the world's name-brand auteurs—the Coen brothers, Spike Lee, Jonathan Demme—has laid a less-than-golden egg. And the younger directors one had harbored high hopes for? They've... More >>>
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Do you think these earrings make my movie look bad? Anne Hathaway and Rosemarie DeWitt in Rachel Getting Married.