Burn After Reading"I thought you might be worried ... about the security ... of your sh**." -- Chad Feldheimer (Brad Pitt) in 'Burn After Reading'

Other movies screened on day two of the Toronto International Film Fest, but the Coen Bros. 'Burn After Reading', a black comedy starring Brad Pitt and George Clooney, was the undisputed belle of the ball.

Despite mixed reviews coming out of the Venice Film Fest, the movie proved to be smart, entertaining and, not least of all, outrageously funny.

An interview with the very interesting Brothers Coen was also enlightening, but the highlight of the day came at its end with the glitzy 'Burn After Reading' gala premiere, where throngs upon throngs of people hooted, hollered and stood on ladders outside of Roy Thomson Hall just trying to get a glimpse of Brad Pitt's red-carpet stroll.

Burn After Reading"I thought you might be worried ... about the security ... of your sh**." -- Chad Feldheimer (Brad Pitt) in 'Burn After Reading'

Other movies screened on day two of the Toronto International Film Fest, but the Coen Bros. 'Burn After Reading', a black comedy starring Brad Pitt and George Clooney, was the undisputed belle of the ball.

Despite mixed reviews coming out of the Venice Film Fest, the movie proved to be smart, entertaining and, not least of all, outrageously funny.

An interview with the very interesting Brothers Coen was also enlightening, but the highlight of the day came at its end with the glitzy 'Burn After Reading' gala premiere, where throngs upon throngs of people hooted, hollered and stood on ladders outside of Roy Thomson Hall just trying to get a glimpse of Brad Pitt's red-carpet stroll.

'Burn After Reading': CIA secrets, the fitness world, online dating and weird sex (and even weirder sex toys) collide in a film that blends comedy and violence in that patented Coen Bros. fashion. Pitt steals the show as a pompadour-sporting personal trainer who finds a disk he believes contains "secret CIA sh**" and then tries to blackmail its source, ex-CIA analyst Osbourne Cox (John Malkovich, whose angry, comical performance is a treat to behold). The result is a gruesomely funny film that won't change your life, but sure will make it more enjoyable for 96 minutes.

Joel Coen and Ethan Coen Q&A With Moviefone: The Brothers Coen's reputation for being very interesting was right on target. As Ethan paced the room and Joel sat calmly in a chair, the siblings proceeded to finish each others' sentences and spill the beans on everything from the finale of 'No Country for Old Men' to Shia LaBeouf to Raymond Burr's cross-dressing inclinations. (For that full interview, come back to Moviefone later this week.)

'Burn' Gala Premiere: Thousands of people flocked to Roy Thomson Hall to take a ganders at Brad Pitt and the rest of the cast, making one entire city block virtually impassable to even foot traffic. Pitt's main squeeze Angelina Jolie and pal Clooney weren't around, but Brad did not disappoint, gladly shaking hands and taking photos with frenzied fans before heading inside. For it's part, the film got a very favorable reception from the 2,000-person audience, with laughs coming in all the right places and a big round of applause at the end.

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