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    #Longreads: Cure Your Cannes Overdose with Dr. Strangelove, Batman & Kris Kristofferson

    Cannes is just as riveting as it is exhausting - not only for those attending, but also everyone trying to stay up-to-date on the coverage. Our cure for you? Longreads!

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    Lyle Lovett to Receive Lone Star Film Festival's Stephen Bruton Award

    Famed country singer-songwriter Lyle Lovett will be the recipient of the Stephen Bruton Award at the 2013 Lone Star Film Festival, the Lone Star Film Society announced last week. Bruton was a musician from Forth Worth whose noteworthy achievements included contributing to the soundtrack of "Crazy He...

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    Rome Review: 'The Motel Life' A Small But Perfectly Formed Indie With A Sweet, Sad Heart Of Gold

    On the surface, there should be nothing particularly special about producer-turned-director brothers Gabe and Alan Polsky's debut, "The Motel Life," which premieres tonight at the Rome Film Festival. Threatening to sound like indie-by-numbers on paper, the film, based on the well-received novel of t...

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    Tribeca Review: 'Deadfall' Starring Eric Bana & Olivia Wilde Is Trapped In A Blizzard of Coincidence & Two-Dimensional Characters

    "Deadfall" starts off strong enough – three criminals, led by Addison (Eric Bana) and his sexy sister Liza (Olivia Wilde) speed away from some unspecified job (it's later revealed to be a casino heist). It's icy out and their driver (the only black character in the whole movie) overcompensates, avoi...

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    Review: 'Dolphin Tale' Is A Thoroughly Average, Squeaky Clean Family Movie

    In the new, squeaky clean family film "Dolphin Tale," based on the true story of an injured dolphin that is outfitted with a cutting edge prosthetic tail, there are enough civic and spiritual virtues levelled at you to fill several Sunday school classes. The importance of family, friendship, never leaving someone behind, accepting those with disabilities, respecting the ocean, and studying hard in class, are reiterated repeatedly, so much so that you suspect this may be a sly "Christian values" movie dressed up like an eco-friendly Saturday afternoon romp (it does come from the same people who made "The Blind Side" so keep that in mind). But ...

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    Kate Mara & Treat Williams Join Eric Bana & Olivia Wilde In 'Blackbird' (aka 'Kin')

    Sissy Spacek & Kris Kristofferson Round Out The CastVariety reports that Kate Mara and Treat Williams, who both featured in Danny Boyle's "127 Hours" but didn't share any screen time, are set to reunite and actually appear at the same time on screen in the upcoming crime thriller "Blackbird" starrin...

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