|Jesse Eisenberg, Dakota Fanning, Director Kelly Reichart|
Night Moves 8/10 - Three eco terrorists (well, when you use 1500 lbs of sodium nitrate to blow up a dam, you're a terrorist) find themselves facing a moral dilemma when something goes wrong with their plans. They don't think about the consequences of their actions and the long term emotional effects it'll have on the community and on their conscience. Jesse Eisenberg and Dakato Fanning star with Peter Saarsgard as morally righteous environmentalist who want to take matters into their own hands and make a point to The man, the world, humanity, etc., but when their actions take on a tragic turn, loose lips can get them all in trouble.
|Australian actor Aaron Pedersen, and director Ivan Sen.|
|Director and cast of Third Person|
In the ten years that I have been attending TIFF, walking out on Third Person was the first time I've ever walked out on a film.
My patience has been tested several times during this TIFF event because I'm getting fucking tired of people trying to cut in line because they don't feel like getting in the back of the long line due to arriving later than everyone else, and not wanting to lose out in getting select seats. I'm also tired of the people with big ass heads who block my view, I'm tired of slow walkers, I'm tired of het couples displaying obnoxious PDA in lines (get a fucking hotel room bitches!), waiting in long lines for long periods of time and having films delayed, etc. Don't get me wrong, I love TIFF, but the hassles sometimes are very, very annoying and stressful! Maybe TIFF shouldn't have so many films because I have never seen such foot traffic chaos in all my years. It makes no sense whatsoever to delay people from entering into their theater, after the lights are turned down to start the film. When 50 people still need to find seats because they were being held up due to mis-communication or ineptitude, this is not cool, it's poor customer service, and extremely disruptive to everyone.