TIFF Premiere: Life of Crime

I was lucky enough to attend a TIFF premiere in Toronto last night and I’d like to just share my thoughts on it.

Firstly, I’d like to say, I hate line-ups. Grocery stores, coffee line cues, and anything that involves me standing behind a line of other people until I get something at the front end. Premieres are really not my thing for this specific reason. 

That being said, Life of Crime a film directed by Daniel Schecter was a really great film to close the TIFF week. Set in the 70’s, Jennifer Aniston plays a captive in a poorly orchestrated kidnapping. Relationships are created while some fall apart. Surprising to me, was the entertainment value. It was a fun film to watch and though a more docile role for Aniston, I thought she played it very well. 

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