The Toronto International Film Festival continues through Sunday, but the long opening weekend is always the busiest, starriest segment. Oscar contenders 'Moneyball,' 'Drive', 'The Ides of March,' and 'The Descendants' have already had their premieres, and A-listers from Brangelina to Bono have braved the gantlet of paparazzi and gently persistent Canadians angling for a photo, an autograph, or just a friendly nod. There's way too much happening for any one person to absorb it all, but here are five things I learned from my four-day visit.