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    TIFF Review: Mia Hansen-Løve’s French DJ Drama ‘Eden’ With Greta Gerwig & Brady Corbet

    Her career as a director may still be considered short, but Mia Hansen-Løve already has a reputation for capturing the intimacy of relationships. This year, she’s following up 2011’s festival darling “Goodbye First Love” with a much more personal story, intimate in a wholly different way than her pr...

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    Watch: First Trailer For Mia Hansen-Løve’s ‘90s-Set French DJ/Dance-Scene Drama ‘Eden’

    While Daft Punk center heavily in this new trailer for “Eden,” filmmaker Mia Hansen-Løve’s fourth feature effort, there were many other fondly remembered groups from the '90s French House explosion. There was Dimitri from Paris, Cassius Stardust, Alan Braxe & Fred Falke, Mr. Oizo, DJ Falcon and the ...

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    Watch: Greta Gerwig and Al Pacino Square Off in 'The Humbling' Trailer

    Based on the trailer, Barry Levinson's latest film appears to revel in its decadence to say the least.

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    Watch: Full Trailer For Barry Levinson's 'The Humbling' Starring Al Pacino & Greta Gerwig

    Al Pacino seems to be heading for something of a comeback. After years of taking films and roles that are well below his talents, the actor has lined up several intriguing prospects. David Gordon Green's "Manglehorn" just premiered at Venice with a Pacino turn that our review called one of his best ...

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    Venice Review: Al Pacino Excels in Barry Levinson's Otherwise Troubled 'The Humbling'

    The legendary actor harkens back to better times in his career via this uneven adaptation of Philip Roth's penultimate novel.

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    Venice Review: Barry Levinson’s ‘The Humbling’ With Al Pacino And Greta Gerwig

    "Sans teeth, sans eyes, sans taste, sans everything" is a line from Shakespeare's description of the final stage of life made famous in the "All the world's a stage" monologue from "As You Like It." It is quoted early on in Barry Levinson’s incoherent adaptation of what is by most accounts a substan...

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    Watch: Take A Dip With A New Clip From 'The Humbling' With Greta Gerwig And Al Pacino

    What are you doing this long, Labor Day weekend? Having a BBQ, marathoning some of Bill Hader's 200 movies every comedy writer should see, or perhaps you're putting your feet up and taking a breather before school kicks in. Well, if you happen to be by a pool, perhaps you'll relate to his new clip f...

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    Watch: First Clip From 'The Humbling' Starring Al Pacino And Greta Gerwig

    On paper, "The Humbling" has a lot going for it. The film is based on the book by acclaimed author Philip Roth, is led by acting legend Al Pacino and rising star Greta Gerwig, and promises a provocative, sexually charged drama. But the question is whether or not director Barry Levinson will be able ...

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    New Venice Photos: Al Pacino & Greta Gerwig In Barry Levinson’s ‘The Humbling’

    Al Pacino has become a mainstay at the Venice Film Festival in recent years. The actor/director debuted his “Wild Salome” film at the fest in 2011 —with Jessica Chastain before she became famous— and this year, he'll be a dominant presence once again. Pacino will star in two films at Venice 2014, on...

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    Career Watch: Will Soderbergh's ‘The Knick’ Cure Clive Owen's Slump? (ABC VIDEO)

    For those of you who need the fix of seeing a major movie star class up the joint on pay cable, look no further than Clive Owen as Dr. John Thackery in “The Knick.” The not-for-the-squeamish medical drama, which takes place in the rotten-with-germs Big Apple of the early 20th century and is directed...

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