Director and writer Denis Villeneuve (the French-Canadian whose Incendies
was a Best Foreign Language Film Oscar nominee in 2011) arrived at this
year’s Toronto International Film Festival with a double feature (Enemy and Prisoners)
infused with its own moody concoction pairing doubles within doubles...
In 2030, a man sits his children down to
tell them the story of how their parents got together. Nine seasons
later, audiences are still eavesdropping on the Longest Story Every
Told, How I Met Your Mother (Series Finale, 8 p.m. Monday, CBS).
The Grand Budapest Hotel is the
latest release from Wes Anderson, the precious stylist who seems intent
on claiming the distinction of being the current iteration of early
Woody Allen — meaning he’s adept at aggressively being himself.
Five young adult friends from disparate
backgrounds living in Germany in 1941 meet — in secret, since one of
them is Jewish and therefore subject to a curfew — drink, dance and dare
to dream of a shared future and success for all.