Joaquin Phoenix is great, but otherwise this origin story is far from the subversive, auteurist film it purports to be.
PLUS more chaotic scumbag energy from the brilliant Safdie brothers, Pablo Larraín’s follow-up to Jackie and more from TIFF day 6.
Joaquin Phoenix plays cartoonist John Callahan in the often fascinating Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far on Foot.
Lynne Ramsay’s new film tests the audience’s emotional endurance.
Inherent Vice, an adaptation of a cacophonous, freewheeling detective novel by Thomas Pynchon, is indecipherable, unfocused and incredible.
In his latest film, Her starring Joaquin Phoenix, Spike Jonze continues his exploration of the mind.
The latest from Paul Thomas Anderson is a riveting character study, with amazing performances, that finds the director going in a direction that might surprise and possibly frustrate fans of his earlier work.