Indiewire‘s Anne Thompson has posted ten big Toronto pick-up titles. The only ones I’m feeling even somewhat keen about are Danis Tanovic‘s Triage (because Tanovic is…well, Tanovic), Don Roos‘s Love and Other Impossible Pursuits (despite the awful title, and primarily because of favorable ingering memories of The Opposite of Sex), Atom Egoyan‘s Chloe (which isn’t supposed to be half bad) and Tom Ford‘s A Single Man.

No offense, but I’m either slightly worried or starting to grind my teeth over the rest, to wit: Jon Amiel‘s Creation (experience has taught me to beware of any and all husband-and-wife teamings), Edward Norton‘s Leaves of Grass (Edward Norton playing twins feels…I don’t know, a little too gimmicky), Neil Jordan‘s Ondine (generally scared of mermaids), Brian Koppelman and David Levien‘s Solitary Man (feeling scared of Michael Douglas at this stage of the game, particularly since he did a film for Peter Hyams), Aaron Schneider‘s Get Low (sorry but I’ve been scared of both Robert Duvall and, regret to say, Bill Murray for the last three or four years), and Niki Caro‘s The Vintner’s Luck (North Country put the fear of God in).