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    Venice Review: 'She's Funny That Way' Starring Imogen Poots, Owen Wilson, Kathryn Hahn, Jennifer Aniston & Many Surprise Cameos

    If you've so much as read the headline of this review, you're probably already thinking too hard about Peter Bogdanovich's star-studded "She's Funny That Way," which is but a trifle, designed to melt in your mouth like candy floss. In fact, it goes out of its way to avoid anything that even faintly ...

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    Peter Bogdanovich's First Movie in 13 Years, 'She's Funny That Way,' Is a Fond Throwback to Classic Hollywood

    Does it revive the Dream Factory's heyday or just seem out-of-touch? The critics are split.

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    Venice First Look: Owen Wilson, Imogen Poots & Jennifer Aniston In Peter Bogdanovich's 'She's Funny That Way'

    It's been over a decade since Peter Bogdanovich directed a feature film. Since "The Cat's Meow" in 2001, the filmmaker has helmed an episode of "The Sopranos," the TV sports drama "Hustle" and the documentary "Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers: Runnin' Down A Dream." Now, he's returned with a full len...

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    Watch: André Benjamin is Jimi Hendrix Without His Music in Biopic 'Jimi: All Is by My Side'

    Although Benjamin looks uncannily like Hendrix, without the rights to perform the storied musician's music, "Jimi: All Is by My Side" lacks the single most important component of any music biopic.

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    Watch: Andre 3000 Hits The Stage As Jimi Hendrix In First Trailer For Biopic 'All Is By My Side'

    The brief life of classic rock legend Jimi Hendrix was one that—forgive the metaphor—was electric. A virtuoso guitar player, ambitious songwriter and dazzling performer, Hendrix was second to none, with The Jimi Hendrix Experience one of the most formidable (and loudest) bands on the planet at the t...

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    Watch: New Clip From 'A Long Way Down' Starring Aaron Paul, Pierce Brosnan, Imogen Poots & Toni Collette

    Four people go up to a rooftop at the same time to commit suicide, and wind up forging friendships instead and a pact to stay alive. Yes, that's the basic summary of "A Long Way Down," the upcoming comedy (really) from Pascal Chaumeil, the director behind French rom-com "Heartbreaker" that put him o...

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    Review: James McAvoy Shines In Otherwise Disappointing 'Filth'

    One thing we resolved early on, having read around on the subject a little: to try, try, try to get through just the first sentence of our review of “Filth,” the Jon S. Baird-directed adaptation of Irvine Welsh’s novel, without mentioning “Trainspotting.” So, obviously, we’re pretty disappointed wit...

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    Patrick Wilson, Jessica Biel, & Imogen Poots Join 'The Blunderer'; Toby Kebbell & Nicholas Hoult Will Build A 'Sand Castle'

    It’s a casting-o-rama Friday. With Cannes around the corner and the entire industry getting together for their quarterly wheeling and dealing, it means a lot of pacts are being made. Perhaps the most interesting is the adaptation of Patricia Highsmith’s novel ‘The Blunderer.” She is obviously the wr...

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    All-Star Cast Lines Up for Andy Goddard's Cannes-Bound Patricia Highsmith Adaptation

    Patrick Wilson, Jessica Biel, Imogen Poots and Toby Jones have joined the cast of Brit helmer Andy Goddard's Untitled Patricia Highsmith adaptation.

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    Watch: Aaron Paul in Trailer for Nick Hornby's Suicide Prevention Dramedy 'A Long Way Down'

    Nick Hornby is the reigning king of taking potentially cloying stories and making them simultaneously prickly and moving. That was the case for "High Fidelity" and "About a Boy," and it'll hopefully be the case for "A Long Way Down," the new film based on Hornby's 2005 novel of the same name.

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