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    Amazon Season 3 Pilots Ranked Best to Worst: Whit Stillman & Steven Soderbergh Compete for Your Votes

    Amazon Studios has released their third batch of pilots for your approval. Here's what we would give the green light.

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    Telluride Review: Benedict Cumberbatch Carries Uneven WWII Drama 'The Imitation Game'

    The plight of British scientist Alan Turing is capably documented in Morten Tyldum's Oscar season entry.

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    Telluride Review: Nick Broomfield's Powerful 'Tales of the Grim Sleeper' Puts a Serial Killer in Unique Light

    Four years ago, a notorious serial killer in South Los Angeles was finally captured. But filmmaker Nick Broomfield argues that the story hasn't ended yet.

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    Review: ‘The Two Faces of January,’ Starring Oscar Isaac and Viggo Mortensen, Is Not Your Typical Patricia Highsmith Adaptation

    Today's pick for Time Warner Cable's Indie Film Month is "The Two Faces of January." Here's our review of the film, which stars Viggo Mortensen, Kirsten Dunst and Oscar Isaac.

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    Venice Review: Al Pacino Excels in Barry Levinson's Otherwise Troubled 'The Humbling'

    The legendary actor harkens back to better times in his career via this uneven adaptation of Philip Roth's penultimate novel.

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    Venice Review: South Korea Gets a Firm Critique (As Does the World) in Kim Ki-Duk's 'One on One'

    The South Korean provocateur offers one of his weaker efforts, but his revenge thriller isn't devoid of a purpose.

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    Telluride Review: Reese Witherspoon Finds Nature, Catharsis in the Sentimental 'Wild'

    Jean-Marc Vallée's adaptation of the bestselling hiking tale has beautiful visuals and a great central performance, but doesn't trust those ingredients to carry the story.

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    7 Reasons ‘Party Down’ Is Your Next Must-See Series (That You’ve Hopefully Already Seen)

    Today, truly, is a magic day for fans of television comedy.

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    Review: 'Intruders' on BBC America Finds Suspense in Interwoven Stories, But Loses It in Action

    "Intruders" is held back by flat dialogue and silly action sequences that try too hard to excite the audience, but there's genuine suspense to be found in its complex mysteries.

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