A second look at Mark Mylod’s THE MENU, a culinary comedy that's part of the recent trend of capitalist criticism and social commentary on film.
Ralph Fiennes, Anya Taylor-Joy, Nicholas Hoult, and Hong Chau star in The Menu, a delicious dark comedy that skewers foodie culture.
Star persona and character perfectly align in Kristen Stewart's take on the late Princess of Wales.
Celia Imrie stars in a sweet tribute to comforts of city life.
Atom Egoyan's health inspector drama Guest of Honour has elements of his best work, but isn't on par with it.
Serves up a dish full of bitter truths, which its toxic chef (Aaron Abrahms) is reluctant to swallow.
Looking for films that are both delicious and will entertain you? Here are some of the best food films to satisfy your hunger for good movies.
To wrap up the week, we talk about some places in Toronto where you can get together to watch the Oscars tomorrow, we look ahead to next week's Canadian Screen Awards, we look at two TIFF Bell Lightbox series about books and food on film, and talk a little bit about how TIFF's Paul Verhoeven retrospective is just starting to get really good.