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TIFF 2018: First Man Is A Simple, Effective Look At Apollo 11

First Man

First Man

In First Man actor/musician/meme Ryan Gosling takes on the role of Neil Armstrong, the first man to walk on the moon.

When Sarah saw the film at TIFF this year she appreciated the simple physical storytelling of the film.

To find out why head over to Consequence Of Sound by clicking here.

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TIFF 2018: Halloween Reboot Is Kinda Fan Fiction (With Bonus Podcast)

Halloween

Halloween

The rebooted Halloween horror franchise is a really big deal in some (bloodthirsty) circles, so Sarah was assigned to cover the film when it showcased at TIFF this fall.

Her opinion: It’s kinda fan fiction-y, but it works.

To read her whole review head over to Consequence Of Sound by clicking here.

If that’s not enough Michael Myers content, Sarah also appeared on Consequence’s themed-Halloweenies podcast to discuss the film. You can listen to that here:

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TIFF 2018: Mid90s Captures A Different Era

Mid90s

Mid90s

They probably had her at the subtle F-Zero nod, but Sarah was thoroughly taken by the tough coming-of-age film Mid90s when she saw it at TIFF this year.

The film, which was directed by Jonah Hill, perfectly captures the mood and the feelings of that era.

To read Sarah’s review for Consequence Of Sound, click here.

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TIFF 2018: High Life’s Cosmic Melancholy Leaves You Unmoored

High Life

High Life

The sci-fi story of High Life revolves around a convict-filled space ship where its passengers undergo unusual experiments.

When Sarah watched it at TIFF this year she noted that it’s the sort of film that’ll leave you feeling unmoored.

To find out why read her review of it at Consequence Of Sound by clicking here.

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TIFF 2018: Alfonso Cuarón’s Roma Is A True Film Experience

When Sarah saw director Alfonso Cuarón’s deeply personal Roma at TIFF 2018 she considered a true cinematic experience.

In her review for Consequence Of Sound she wrote, “Cuarón has transformed the influences of his own childhood into a nuanced and reflective chronicle that manages to touch on political upheaval, class inequality, gender inequality, life, and death.”

To learn more head over to CoS by clicking here.

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