Relive TIFF with Reviews of Mr. Nobody, The White Ribbon, The Wild Hunt and More

Relive TIFF with Reviews of <i>Mr. Nobody</i>, <i>The White Ribbon</i>, <i>The Wild Hunt</i> and More
With the relatively few new theatrical releases this Friday, Exclaim! has opted to take some time to reminisce about some of our favourites from the 2009 Toronto International Film Festival.

While you can read about our opinions some of the films in the physical copy of Exclaim!'s October issue, there's a whole smattering of more reviews in our TIFF section, which you can check out right here.

Some of our TIFF favourites this year were Jaco van Dormael's Mr. Nobody starring Jared Leto, whose character lives a highly complicated life. We also find the meaning beneath the surface of Alexandre Franchi's The Wild Hunt and Michael Haneke's latest indictment of humanity, which takes aim at pre-WWI German sensibility, in The White Ribbon.

Read what we thought about more of our favourites, and perhaps make some wise choices at what to see at Vancouver's International Film Festival, by visiting our TIFF section, which also features reviews of Broken Embraces, Antichrist, The Men Who Stare At Goats and more. We'll see you at next year's festival, where Exclaim! will break it all down for you all over again.