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    New On Blu-ray/DVD: 'Think Like A Man' - w/ 5 Featurettes, Gag Reel

    It didn't reach the $100 million box office figures we thought it would, but still a more than respectable (if not surprising) $95 million box office take worldwide - $91 million of it collected here in the USA.

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    Emma Stone Wants Gwen Stacy To Match Her Comic Counterpart's Fate In 'The Amazing Spider-Man' Sequels

    Though “The Amazing Spider-Man” reboot never effectively transcended the argument for its existence in the first place, a respectable box-office haul of $700 million worldwide has still kept the Andrew Garfield vehicle on track for a sequel. However, audiences that did show up received a deviation i...

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    Watch: Sienna Miller as Tippi Hedren and Toby Jones as Alfred Hitchcock in Two Teasers for HBO's 'The Girl'

    "It's like he wants to get inside me -- there's nothing of me left." Tippi Hedren (Sienna Miller) gets wooed and menaced by Alfred Hitchcock (Toby Jones) in these two teasers for TV movie "The Girl," which premieres on HBO on Saturday, October 20th at 9pm. The B...

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    Grains of Sand: The Meditative Beauty of SAMSARA

    Ronald Fricke's "Samsara" is a trance movie. Its title is a Buddhist term that roughly translates as, "The cycle of death and rebirth to which life in the material world is bound." And in a roundabout way, the movie does tell that story.

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    Review: 'The Day' Presents Post-Apocalypse From The A La Carte Menu

    "The Day" runs about eighty-seven minutes in length. It features a number of recognizable actors. There's violence at the beginning, middle and end, and many characters die, mostly with an explosion of blood. The story takes place over the course of one day, and though the image is saturated, we see...

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    Watch: The Pounding Final Trailer For Paul Thomas Anderson's 'The Master' (VIDEO)

    With Paul Thomas Anderson's highly anticipated "The Master" all the rage right now following a number of widely reported advance screenings across the country (it opens September 14 shortly after playing in Venice and Toronto), The Weinstein Company have released their final trailer fo...

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    Why 'Monsieur Lazhar' Tops Indiewire's 5 DVD/Blu-ray Picks This Week

    This week on DVD/Blu-ray: Canada's moving Oscar nominee for Best Foreign Language Film; a horror flick from the guy that brought you "The Blair Witch Project"; The Who's classic rock opera; a cool and brutal Scandinavian thriller; and the latest comedy from the director of "Th...

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    Wong Kar Wai Named Jury President For The 63rd Annual Berlin Film Festival, What Does This Mean For 'The Grandmasters'?

    Wong Kar Wai, the director behind "Chungking Express" and "In the Mood For Love," has been selected to be the Jury President of the 63rd Berlin International Film Festival. While this is a really good call on behalf of the film festival, Wong Kar Wai is also an international treasure, and will certa...

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    Annenberg Foundation Bestows $1 Million Three-Year Grant on Sundance Institute

    On Monday, Sundance Institute announced that the Annenberg Foundation has bestowed a $1 million three-year grant on the independent film and theater non-profit organization. The funds will go toward supporting the Institute’s many initiatives, including its Artist Services Program and the Sund...

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    'The Adjustment Bureau' Director George Nolfi To Helm Darren Aronofsky Produced Facebook Thriller 'XOXO'

    Before making his directorial debut last year with sleeper hit “The Adjustment Bureau,” George Nolfi made his bread and butter as a screenwriter with his spec script “Honor Among Thieves” famously reworked into Steven Soderbergh’s Euro-themed heist sequel “Ocean’s Twelve” and he also did some fine t...

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