The Toronto International Film Festival is always home to major film acquisitions, but this year -- thus far, at least -- things have been relatively quiet. Well, quiet for everyone but Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson. 'All Things Fall Apart' -- a drama from director Mario Van Pebbles which 50 Cent co-wrote -- was acquired by Image Entertainment on Friday, making it the second long-on-the-shelf 50 Cent film to find a champion in Toronto; the thriller '13' -- which co-stars Jackson, Sam Riley, Mickey Rourke and Michael Shannon -- was also acquired this week. How will you be able to tell these two apart when you inevitably ignore them sometime next year? Moviefone breaks them down ahead.