Fall film festival season is upon us, and some of the most anticipated movies of the year premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival. Here are five brand-new films that received the most buzz and deserve a spot on your watch list.
Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery
After a lot of anticipation, the sequel to Knives Out is finally here, and it sees Detective Benoit Blanc trying to crack another mystery on a private Greek island owned by a tech billionaire.
Steven Spielberg’s The Fabelmans won People’s Choice Awards in Toronto, and it offers an intimate look at the director’s early life in Arizona.
The runner-up for People’s Choice Awards, Women Talking is the latest film by acclaimed director Sarah Polley and it centers on a group of women living in an isolated religious community.
Weird: The Al Yankovic Story
Daniel Radcliffe plays “Weird Al” Yankovic in this critically acclaimed satirical biopic that chronicles the singer’s rise to stardom while exaggerating and fabricating many pivotal moments of his life.
This year’s TIFF introduced us to many of the year’s Oscar contenders, but some of the movies to premiere here were just sheer fun. That’s the case with Bros, Billy Eichner’s gay rom-com about two men with commitment issues.