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    Review: Spike Lee's Kickstarter Exploitation B-Movie 'Da Sweet Blood Of Jesus'

    The hashtag meme #teamInsertPerson’sNameHere—to convey firm endorsement—is perhaps like everything on Twitter, utterly reductive and destructive to any kind of nuanced discourse. It’s a black and white, you’re either for or against, with no other options and it's often used in the favor of auteurs o...

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    Review: ‘Need For Speed’ Starring Aaron Paul, Imogen Poots & Dominic Cooper

    Engineered for maximum velocity, super-torqued hairpin turns and high-octane thrills (obviously), thanks to the likes of the “Fast & Furious,” you should know exactly what to expect from the upcoming junior series, “Need For Speed” aka “Hot Wheels: The Movie.” But if the ‘F&F’ series is often absurd...

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    Watch: 2 More Clips & 2 Featurettes For 'Need For Speed' Shift Gears

    “Need for Speed” is on its way, and on the (w)heels of a Super Bowl spot and a slew of featurettes and clips comes... more featurettes and clips, setting up the premise (uh, driving expensive cars really fast, while a guy in a helicopter tells you where to go) and talking up the film's roots in the ...

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    SXSW Review: 'Short Term 12' A Heartrending, Heartwarming & Authentic Portrait of Life At A Foster Care Facility

    It’s Nate’s (Rami Malek) first day at the adolescent foster care facility Short Term 12, and his new coworker Mason (John Gallagher Jr., scruffy and soulful) is regaling the staff with a silly monologue about an unfortunate sharting incident he suffered in the line of duty. It's a funny tale, but it...

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    Benjamin From 'Breaking Dawn' aka Rami Malek Joins Paul Thomas Anderson's 'The Master'

    What is this, "The Hunger Games"? We kid, we kid. Frankly, if there is any movie we're happy to see moving forward with more casting it's Paul Thomas Anderson's upcoming untitled Scientology flick, aka "The Master." So let's get to it shall we?

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