The Eyes of Tammy Faye, starring Jessica Chastain and Andrew Garfield, is one of many Oscar contenders to launch in Toronto. The film focuses on the rise, fall, and later redemption of Tammy Faye Bakker (Jessica Chastain). Listen, I don’t need to rehash the biography here. If you want to know more, watch the documentary that this film is based on. Or maybe yet, go over to search for her Wikipedia page. The same goes…"The Eyes of Tammy Faye – Toronto 2021"
Defending Jacob, the Apple TV+ character-driven thriller starring Chris Evans and Michelle Dockery, hits DVD with exclusive bonus content. When the series made its premiere in April 2020 amid a mostly nationwide lockdown, it became the most watched series premiere for the streamer. After all, this series stars Captain America himself! Plus, you also had people staying home with nowhere they could really go. Even though Chris Evans, Michelle Dockery, and Jaeden Martell were praised…"Defending Jacob: Chris Evans Thriller Hits DVD"
Motherless Brooklyn has a bloated run time, which could prove to be a tortuous experience for film goers if there are projection issues. Lionel Essrog (Edward Norton) suffers from Tourette Syndrome despite working for Frank Minna (Bruce Willis). Funny enough, Lionel’s condition has never stopped Frank from trusting him. What aids Lionel is the fact that he has one of the best memories among anyone working for the L & L Agency. When Frank gets…"Motherless Brooklyn Has Some Issues"
Boy Erased is able to broach conversion therapy with such sincerity, emotional drama, and gripping performances from its cast. The film starts as Jared Eamons (Lucas Hedges) is sent for a 12-day assessment at Love in Action after a college counselor calls his parents. It’s not a choice he made in as much as his father, Baptist pastor Marshall Eamons (Russell Crowe), did. Russell Crowe is able to disappear into the role of the pastor to…"TIFF 2018: Boy Erased Adds to the Conversation"