In which Jaime Rebanal reminisces over the many cinematic highlights to come by in 2018.
Folks, you know what this is, you know what it's about. It's late, I'm tired, and I want to enjoy what's left of my time off. Let's rock and roll.
Elizabeth Debicki's portrayal of the famed author is one worthy of noting, but the film surrounding it could have been something more.
Among the more diverse groups of reporters that have been accredited to become members of the press at the Toronto International Film Festival this year, our own Jaime Rebanal shares his experience as a member on the autism spectrum.
Quite a long few days, but never did they bore me - I'd only gotten more energetic from them.
Steve McQueen's latest film presents itself as being far more radical than one could ask for.
Jennifer Fox's The Tale is a harrowing look at the effects of sexual abuse upon one's growth.
The real paradox comes forth in how this was released as is. (✯½)