Toronto Film Festival 2017: 30 Movies We Can't Wait to See

From Oscar potentials to Lady Gaga and Grace Jones docs and a secret Louis C.K. movie, our must-see picks for the fest

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'Darkest Hour'
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'Darkest Hour'

Gary Oldman plays Winston Churchill – so should we just hand him the Oscar now, or... . Atonement director Joe Wright's biopic picks up right as Winnie takes over as Great Britain's Prime Minister, with political factions calling for peace talks with Germany's chancellor and the threat of England's mountains green becoming an occupied territory. The word around town is that Oldman's fierce, committed performance is indeed legendary, and that he shall act on the beaches, he shall act on the landing grounds, he shall act in the fields and in the streets, etc.

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