Oscar gold or not, Alejandro González Iñárritu is an incredible director. He is a visceral, ingenious artist with a strong vision and voice, both in terms of his direction and style, and his scripts.
There’s an inescapable landing between unimpeded childhood and the grown-up world with all of its resident angst and constraint, and it’s often aptly coined as the summer when everything changes. That middle place is Moonrise Kingdom.
Director John Curran’s dramatic thriller Stone debuted at the Toronto International Film Festival, with stars Milla Jovovich, Robert De Niro, and Edward Norton participating in a press conference to discuss the film with the media.
The stars have been walking the red carpets this weekend for the 2010 Toronto International Film Festival, and fans have been lining up for hours to get a glimpse.
Yesterday was the start of the 35th Toronto International Film Festival and the big events were the opening gala film (Score: A Hockey Musical) and the opening night party.
New on store shelves, Bruce Banner gets green with rage in The Incredible Hulk, the iconic Sin City comes to Blu-ray, Ben Stein gets opinionated in Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed, there is Guy Maddin‘s all-Canadian film My Winnipeg, plus lots more.
Ready or not, here comes another M. Night Shyamalan movie. This time the apocalypse has arrived, and people are falling victim to an unknown contaminant that is making people kill themselves. If that sounds a little too weird, The Incredible Hulk smashes its way into theatres with Edward Norton as the scientist who can’t control his huge, green rage. My pick of the week though is the funny, sexy drama, with the title that has some people already offended: Young People Fucking.