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    TIFF Review: Nicole Holofcener's 'Enough Said' Starring James Gandolfini & Julia Louis-Dreyfus

    The one constant surprise about getting older is that the ongoing lesson you soon learn is that you'll never figure it all out. Whatever you seemed confident and sure about at twenty becomes more nuanced by thirty and by the time you're seeing forty on the horizon, what was important two decades ago...

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    TIFF Review: 'Can A Song Save Your Life?' Starring Keira Knightley & Mark Ruffalo

    Though the music industry has undergone a sea change over the last decade, the goal for both major studios and artists remains the same: musicians want to write great songs and put them out into the world, and record labels want to make some money by helping them do it. That being said, these days, ...

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    Sundance Rerun: Interview with Lynn Shelton - Director of Touchy Feely

    I had never met Lynn Shelton before last month but I already felt like I knew her. She has a way of telling us stories about other people that are really about all of us. Her new film Touchy Feely is about a brother and sister, one who touches for a living and one who makes a point of not getting to...

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    New Clip & Photos From 'Enough Said' Starring Julia Louis-Dreyfus & One Of James Gandolfini's Last Onscreen Performances

    Writer/director Nicole Holofcener is one of those rare filmmakers working today who is actually interested in simple stories about real people instead of overly complicated mythological tales involving superheroes or giant fighting robots. In small, measured films like "Walking and Talking" and "Lov...

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    Poets & Dreamers: Watch An Exclusive Clip From 'Enough Said' Featuring Julia Louis-Dreyfus & Catherine Keener

    From "Walking And Talking," through to "Lovely & Amazing" and 2010's undersung little gem "Please Give," writer and director Nicole Holofcener has carved out a career delivering tender and funny films that toe the line between comedy and drama beautifully, delivering rich characters and superb story...

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    Trailer Watch: Enough Said - Directed by Nicole Holofcener

    Nicole Holofcener's latest Enough Said will premiere at this year's Toronto Film Festival before hitting theaters.

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    TIFF Trailer Watch: Nicole Holofcener's 'Enough Said,' Starring James Gandolfini and Julia Louis-Dreyfus

    The trailer for Nicole Holofcener's latest, "Enough Said," has landed. The film, which stars the late James Gandolfini and Julia Louis-Dreyfus, is headed to TIFF, and hits theaters September 20.

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    Watch: The Trailer for Nicole Holofcener's New Comedy 'Enough Said' Showcases One of James Gandolfini's Last Roles

    A lighthearted trailer has arrived for Nicole Holofcener's latest "Enough Said," which is one of late James Gandolfini's last films. The romantic comedy also stars Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Catherine Keener and Toni Collette.

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    Exclusive: James Franco Discusses His Pact With Catherine Keener In Clip From 'Maladies'

    While James Franco will be starring in the fantastical "Oz The Great And Powerful" opening this weekend, the busy multi-hyphenate has another movie making its way to audiences as well. "Maladies" finds the actor once again stretching his wings, in a movie that finds him alongside talent like Catheri...

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    Berlin Review: James Franco-Starring 'Maladies' Maroons A Dream Indie Cast In A Wasteland Of Tiresome Self-Indulgence

    Carrying the dubious distinction of being a film that managed to try our patience after just five minutes, “Maladies” is for us best summed up in one word: wasteful. It is wasteful of the considerable talents of a fabulous cast, wasteful of a pleasingly off-kilter visual approach, and wasteful of ou...

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