10 Best Movies We Saw at Toronto Film Festival 2016

A modern musical, a First Lady biopic, a gunfire free-for-all and the glory that is 'Moonlight' — our picks for the best of the 2016 fest

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'Free Fire'

Take about a half dozen trigger-happy criminal types, arm them to the teeth, and lock them in an abandoned factory. Liberally add gunpowder, blood, and a heaping helping of broken glass. Bring it all to a high boil, and you're starting to get close to the pressurized insanity of cult director Ben Wheatley’s new shoot-'em-up action opus. Brie Larson, Cillian Murphy, Armie Hammer, and Sharlto Copley all shine in this blackly hilarious Seventies-set bullet ballet, where so much as getting up from a horizontal crouch means signing your own death warrant. CB

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