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    Sundance: Larry Kramer Explains Why He Fled Hollywood in Exclusive 'Larry Kramer in Love and Anger' Clip

    The film provides an inside look at the award-winning screenwriter, playwright, author and advocate.

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    'Saturday Night Live': New England Patriots DeflateGate - This Week's Must-Watch Sketch, Plus Cast MVPs

    "The Voice" judge Blake Shelton pulls double duty as host and musical guest during his "Saturday Night Live" debut.

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    Sundance: There's a Lot of Sex in 'Sleeping With Other People,' But No Nudity

    "Sleeping With Other People" manages to be sexy and provocative without baring any flesh.

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    IFC Films Boards Jack Black's 'The D Train' at Sundance

    "The D Train" is the "Boyhood" distributor's first acquisition out of Sundance this year.

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    Meet the 2015 Sundance Filmmakers #31: Anna Muylaert Questions Social Convention in 'The Second Mother'

    "The Second Mother" takes a good look at what it means to be a second class citizen.

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    Sundance Review: Craig Zobel's 'Z for Zachariah' is Not Your Typical Post-Apocalyptic Romance

    The "Compliance" director's latest film is a minimalist chamber drama with only three actors in its cast.

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    Sundance Review: Keanu Reeves is Frantic Sex Victim in Eli Roth's Middling Sex Thriller 'Knock Knock'

    Roth's home invasion thriller is not without its cheap thrills, but never quite reaches the potential of its premise.

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    Sundance Review: 'The Diary of a Teenage Girl' Unlocks the Secrets of Adolescence

    Marielle Heller's adapts Phoebe Gloeckner's graphic novel with excitingly non-traditional results.

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