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    WATCH: Mysterious First Clip from Kelly Reichardt's 'Night Moves,' with Jesse Eisenberg, Dakota Fanning and Peter Sarsgaard

    The first clip from director Kelly Reichardt's Venice debuter "Night Moves," the followup to her 2010 revisionist western "Meek's Cutoff," has landed. The film stars Jesse Eisenberg, Dakota Fanning and Peter Sarsgaard as a group of radical environmentalists who set out to bomb a hydroelectric dam.

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    Watch: First Clip From Kelly Reichardt's 'Night Moves' Starring Jesse Eisenberg, Dakota Fanning & Peter Sarsgaard

    With a trio of measured dramas under her belt — “Old Joy,” “Wendy & Lucy” and “Meek’s Cutoff” — Kelly Reichardt has established herself as a filmmaker whose storytelling is patient and considered. But when news arrived that her latest "Night Moves" would take on eco-terrorism and feature a Hollywoo...

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    Venice Review: Kelly Reichardt's 'Night Moves' With Jesse Eisenberg & Dakota Fanning

    After the acclaimed trio of “Old Joy,” “Wendy & Lucy” and “Meek’s Cutoff,” Kelly Reichardt was already proving hard to pin down. The three films that made her name (plus her lesser-known earlier works “ Ode” and “River Of Grass”) are immediately recognizable as the work of the director, but very dif...

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    New Images Of Jesse Eiseberg & Dakota Fanning In Kelly Reichardt's 'Night Moves' Plus Detailed Synopsis

    In age where the Occupy Wall Street galvanized not just those in Zuccotti Park, but folks across the country, and where Edward Snowden's revelations continue to make headlines, it's no surprise that cinema is quickly responding. Earlier this year, we saw Zal Batmanglij and Brit Marling explore off-t...

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    Lovelace

    The 1970s recreation is remarkably good, from costuming and often-hilarious hairstyles... to the details of shooting a porno film—on film. Storytelling also benefits from Stephen Trask's subtly effective score.

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    Review: 'Lovelace' Starring Amanda Seyfried, Peter Sarsgaard, James Franco, Adam Brody & More

    Not so much a film about Linda Lovelace as a film about a bunch of things that happen to Linda Lovelace, including a destructive marriage to seeming complete, total, bonafide scumbag sonofabitch Chuck Traynor, "Lovelace" is a glossy, starry package featuring loving '70s set design, costuming and nar...

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    'Lovelace' Star Amanda Seyfried on Nudity and Why She Still Considers 'Mean Girls' Her Best Work

    Fresh from cooing her way into our hearts in the holiday hit "Les Misérables," Amanda Seyfried arrived in Park City this January with "Lovelace," a project that couldn't be more different from Tom Hooper's earnest, Oscar-nominated musical.

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    Watch: 'I Am Bradley Manning' Say Oliver Stone, Daniel Ellsberg, Angela Davis, Moby, Maggie Gyllenhaal and More

    The supporters of Bradley Manning, the soldier that released the Iraq War and Afghan War files as well as the "Collateral Murder" video to Wikileaks, have released a video in support of him as he awaits a verdict from a military judge on charges that he was "aiding the enemy" with the release of sco...

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    Peter Sarsgaard on His First Regular TV Role and His Big Moment on 'The Killing': 'I Actually Blacked Out'

    Peter Sarsgaard talks about this week's major episode of "The Killing," why he decided to give a regular TV role a try and the only time he's chosen to act in a project based on pay instead of quality.

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    Blue Jasmine

    I’ve often disparaged films for denying us a character we can root for, but every rule has its exceptions, and if there’s anyone who can break the rules and get away with it, it’s Woody Allen.

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