10 Toronto International Film Festival Flicks We Can’t Wait to See

"I Love You Daddy," "Suburbicon," "Unicorn Store," and more of our TIFF must-sees.

Molly’s Game

Yes, I know, the name Aaron Sorkin doesn’t exactly inspire the flutters and enthusiasm it did, a decade or so ago. But just a reminder: he’s sort of the reverse Louis C.K., in that people mostly turned on him on account of Studio 60 and (especially) The Newsroom, but his screenplays for The Social Network, Moneyball, and Steve Jobs were top-shelf (and, in the case of Network, Oscar-winning) stuff. He makes his directorial debut with this based-on-a-true-story account of the world’s most exclusive poker game – and the woman who ran it, played by Jessica Chastain. Idris Elba co-stars, making this officially the most attractive movie at TIFF.