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    'Parenthood' Postmortem: Will We Ever See Another Show Like It?

    The Braverman family represented much more than another movie-to-TV adaptation from Jason Katims. The cast may have made up the last great ensemble on broadcast television.

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    Sundance Review: Ryan Reynolds and Ben Mendelsohn Anchor Uneven 'Mississippi Grind'

    Directors Ryan Fleck and Anna Boden deliver an intriguing premise, but the story isn't on the same level as its central performances.

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    Meet the 2015 Sundance Filmmakers #58: Anouk Whissell Brings Post-Apocalyptic Fun With 'Turbo Kid'

    The story is set in 1997. The apocalypse has left the world in permanent nuclear winter. A lonely orphan called The Kid roams the wasteland on his BMX scavenging.

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    Watch: The Deceased Kim Jong Il's Legacy Lives On In Today's Oscar-Nominated Films

    The book is very real. The interpretations? We'll let you decide how much is satire and how much is true about the secret conspiratorial forces taking over Hollywood.

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    Sundance Review: Ethan Hawke Can't Salvage Disappointing 'Ten Thousand Saints'

    A credible depiction of New York City in the late 1980's isn't enough to compensate for this weak effort from Shari Springer Berman and Robert Pulcini.

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    'The Forbidden Room' Sundance Reviews: Never Mind the Walkouts, Here's Guy Maddin

    Sundance's least crowd-pleasing film is also one of its most striking.

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