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    Review: Nymphomaniac Vol. 2 - A Study on the Pleasure of Pain

    For the second half of his intense exploration on pathological sexuality, Lars von Trier ventures into these violent practices.His familiar tendency for blasphemous content is also more pronounced in this latter installment. Nevertheless, it all still points towards his goal of denouncing hypocrisy...

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    Review: Lars Von Trier's 'Nymphomaniac: Volume II' Starring Charlotte Gainsbourg, Jamie Bell & Shia LaBeouf

    Lars von Trier's two-part, multi-version “Nymphomaniac” is destined to divide opinion the way it is itself divided down the middle (and as if it wasn't different enough to different viewers, there are also multiple versions: this is a review of the shorter, theatrical cut of the second volume). If “...

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    Willem Dafoe on Reuniting With Wes Anderson, Working With Lars von Trier and Why He Doesn't Want to Be Famous

    Standing out in a Wes Anderson film ain't easy. Standing out in Anderson's latest, "The Grand Budapest Hotel" (out this Friday in select theaters), is nearly impossible.

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    Review: Wes Anderson's Elegant 'The Grand Budapest Hotel' Is a Delightful Action-Comedy As Only He Could Make It

    Over the years, Wes Anderson's movies have steadily developed a lush, eccentric world that operates on its own terms, and "The Grand Budapest Hotel" excels at exploring it.

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    Review: 'Odd Thomas' Starring Anton Yelchin, Willem Dafoe And Addison Timlin

    It's strange how intermittently bestselling novelist Dean Koontz has been adapted, and how those adaptations—from the early Ben Affleck joint "Phantoms" to the Jeff Goldblum starring psychological thriller "Hideaway"—have been almost uniformly horrible. Koontz doesn't have the way with characters or...

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    Discover the Wes Anderson Experience

    Upon this earth there are a few fortunate souls lucky enough to receive a role in a Wes Anderson film. In a series of interviews done round-table style after its recent Berlinale screening, the “Grand Budapest Hotel” cast members together suggested an on-set atmosphere not so different than the char...

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    Watch: New Clip From 'Grand Budapest Hotel' Plus Criterion's 3 Reasons To Pick Up 'Fantastic Mr. Fox'

    What else can be said at this point about Wes Anderson's "The Grand Budapest Hotel"? Simply put, everything from the ensemble cast, to the carefully realized setting, to the screwball story has come together to create yet another delightful concoction from the filmmaker (our review). And with so man...

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    Berlinale: Take the 'Grand Budapest Hotel' Round-Table Interview Quiz

    I hereby challenge you to take the following quiz on what I learned at Fox Searchlight's "The Grand Budapest Hotel" round-table junket interviews Friday at Berlin’s famous Hotel Adlon opposite the Brandenberg Gate.

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    Watch: Wes Anderson, Ralph Fiennes & Cast Of ‘Grand Budapest Hotel’ In 50 Minute Berlinale Press Conference

    Wes Anderson’s “The Grand Budapest” is now out there in the world, and it’s a grand, funny, ambitious and even a little melancholy look back to a day and age that no longer exists. Director Wes Anderson, along with cast members Ralph Fiennes, Ed Norton, Tilda Swinton, Bill Murray, Saorise Ronan, Ton...

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    Review: Wes Anderson's 'The Grand Budapest Hotel' Is a Delightful Action-Comedy As Only He Could Make It

    Over the years, Wes Anderson’s movies have steadily developed a lush, eccentric world that operates on its own terms, and “The Grand Budapest Hotel” excels at exploring it.

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