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    Watch: 'Love Is Strange' For John Lithgow & Alfred Molina In Trailer For Ira Sachs Drama

    One of the Best Films Of Sundance 2014, and from filmmaker Ira Sachs who has steadily been making a name for himself thanks to efforts like "Forty Shades Of Blue" and "Keep The Lights On," "Love Is Strange" is one that those of us not fortunate enough to catch it at Sundance have been waiting for. A...

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    John Lithgow Says He Turned Down David Cronenberg's 'The Fly' Because It Was "Icky" And "Grotesque"

    Considering he's done everything from playing the alien dad in "Third Rock From The Sun," to being a delightfully deranged serial killer in "Dexter," to guiding Bigfoot through "Harry And The Hendersons" (and tons of other roles, obviously), the idea of the multi-talented, always busy John Lithgow p...

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    Watch: Cast of Sundance Hit 'Love Is Strange' Defines Love in 10 Words or Less

    With its refreshing take on relationships, Ira Sachs' "Love Is Strange" was undeniably one of the most beloved films that premiered at Sundance, with Indiewire's own Eric Kohn calling it "a sophisticated take on contemporary urbanity infused with romantic ideals."

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    Sundance: 'Love Is' John Lithgow and Alfred Molina Giving An Interview Together

    John Lithgow and Alfred Molina -- who offer career-high performances in Ira Sachs' "Love is Strange" -- made clear their affection for one another carries on offscreen in a delightful paired interview.

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    Sundance Review: Ira Sachs' ‘Love Is Strange’ Is A Brilliantly Performed Romance That’s Always Real

    Directed by Ira Sachs ("Keep the Lights On," "Married Life"), "Love Is Strange" depicts a New York love affair whose depth of feeling is only matched by the length of its duration. George (Alfred Molina) and Ben (John Lithgow) have been together for 39 years, and as the film begins, they’re fussing ...

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    Sundance Review: John Lithgow and Alfred Molina Give Their Best Performances In Years As Struggling Couple In Ira Sachs' Tender NYC Drama 'Love Is Strange'

    New York filmmaker Ira Sachs' best work is steeped in understatement and introspective characters, from the disgruntled music producer played by Rip Torn in "Forty Shades of Blue" to the troubled gay couple in "Keep the Lights On." In between those two projects, Sachs took an uneasy step into more t...

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    Watch: First Trailer For Christopher Nolan's 'Interstellar' Starring Matthew McConaughey, Jessica Chastain & Many More

    So, is Christopher Nolan's "Interstellar" gearing up to be the biggest blockbuster about agriculture ever? That's certainly the last word on it, as the always secrecy prone filmmaker hasn't let any details yet slip out about his movie.

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    First Looks At Mia Wasikowska In 'Madame Bovary,' Angelina Jolie's 'Unbroken' & Mike Leigh's Next Film

    The American Film Market kicks off next week, which means there's going to be a lot of buyers hustling a lot of movies, and distributors and financiers look for product to put their cash into. And that means folks writing the cheques will want to see something first. And since many of these movies a...

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    THIS IS 40

    Fearless, funny, sprawling, messy, vulgar and honest: those are just a few adjectives that describe Judd Apatow’s 'This Is 40'. The film earns its stripes as a raunchy, R-rated comedy even before the main title appears onscreen.

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    'The Campaign' Asks: Does Baby-Punching Kill A Political Career? (Review)

    The funniest scene in the political spoof The Campaign  -- and there are plenty -- has nothing to do with politics even though it takes place at a debate. The Democratic candidate played by Will Ferrell is clueless, womanizing Cam Brady, desperate to save his Congressional seat, not to men...

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