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September 7, 2017

The official opening night film for the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival was “Borg/McEnroe.” Despite a unique tennis story and the kitsch factor of Shia LaBeouf playing John McEnroe (perhaps a little too on the nose), the were hardly any buzz from Roy Thompson Hall which was filled mostly by festival sponsors.  Instead, social media and the rest of the festival was ablaze over the TIFF premiere of “Call Me By Your Name” which earned rave reviews at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival in January (you can read mine here). Continue reading ‘Call Me By Your Name’ Steals TIFF 2017 Opening Night Buzz at The Playlist.

Documentary maker Sophie Fiennes follows veteran art-pop diva Grace Jones around the globe in her Toronto opening night premiere ‘Bloodlight and Bami’. read more Source: HoolywoodReporter Movie Reviews

After dodging a bullet by leaving just before production was set to begin on Collateral Beauty, the first true Hollywood production from Alfonso Gomez‐Rejon (Me and Earl and the Dying Girl) will be The Current War. Scripted by Michael Mitnick (Sex Lives of our Parents), the period drama follows the …

Juan Martin del Potro just ruined the match-up everyone wanted to see at the 2017 US Open—a semi-final pitting Rafa Nadal against Roger Federer. Despite both being in their thirties, their rivalry has never stopped. What’s intriguing, however, is how amiable it has always been (or seemed to be). With …