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    Watch: Thomas Haden Church Gets Goofy in Exclusive 'Lucky Them' Outtakes

    Thomas Haden Church and Toni Colette laughed, giggled, guffawed and snorted their way through the filming of "Lucky Them."

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    TIFF Thriller 'Cut Bank' Picked Up by A24, DIRECTV

    A24 and DIRECTV have picked up U.S. rights to Matt Shakman's feature directorial debut, thriller "Cut Bank," which premiered at this year's Los Angeles Film Festival and will show before international audiences later this year in Toronto.

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    Liam Helmsworth and John Malkovich-Starring 'Cut Bank' Picked Up for Distribution by A24

    The film, which premiered at the Los Angeles Film Festival back in June, will screen for international audiences at next month's Toronto International Film Festival.

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    Casting: Michael Cera & John C. Reilly Provide 'Entertainment,' Gary Oldman Is A 'Criminal' And More

    Presumably Hollywood's next hot thing, with "Fifty Shades Of Grey" ready to shackle up audiences next year, Dakota Johnson is probably getting more than a few things crossing her desk. And one of them is "Forever, Interrupted." The actress will star in the adaptation of the Taylor Jenkins Reid novel...

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    LAFF Review: ‘Cut Bank’ Traps John Malkovich, Bruce Dern, Liam Hemsworth, Teresa Palmer & More In Half-Baked Caper

    Cut Bank, Montana might be the last place we’d expect to witness an “Office Space” reference, and yet halfway through “Cut Bank” there it is—actor Michael Stuhlbarg asking after a parcel just as Stephen Root’s Milton did with a stapler. The line is meant as a source of both laughs and menace, but th...

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    Review: Jon Favreau's 'Chef' Serves Up An Unsatisfying Home-Cooked Meal

    Ahead of the inaugural screening of Jon Favreau's latest film "Chef,” the movie is being heralded as a glorious return to the filmmaker's independent roots. Favreau, after all, wrote "Swingers," one of the more influential indies of the '90s, and reteamed with his "Swingers" co-star Vince Vaughn for...

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    Critic's Choice: Three Lively Discoveries From The Tribeca Film Festival

    Here are three lovely, beautifully-realized, low-key films worth catching at the Tribeca Film Festival. Two have well-known actors (though no superstars) and another none at all, but all three surprised me by making familiar ideas or approaches feel excitingly alive on screen

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