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    Brian White Comedy "Politics of Love" Receives Theatrical Release Date - This Weekend!

    Ok, so back in April, we reported that Codeblack Entertainment had acquired domestic distribution rights to Politics of Love, a romantic comedy starring Brian White and Mallika Sherawat as young campaigners in love who happen to be on opposite sides of the 2008 Obama-McCain U.S. presidential race.

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    Kate Winslet, Gwyneth Paltrow & Marion Cotillard Try & Stave Off The Virus In New 'Contagion' Photos

    Not washing your hands is pretty gross, but if events unfold like they do in Steven Soderbergh's "Contagion," you can use all the hand sanitizer that you want but it won't help when some douchebag sneezes on you without covering their mouth. That's all it will take for infection to set in.

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    Weekend Preview: Directorial Debuts Transition B.O. from Summer to Fall; Higher Ground, Circumstance

    During this transitional August week, blockbusters make room for smaller films and usher in the September start of the fall awards season. There's not a single sequel hitting theaters this weekend, although Guillermo del Toro and Troy Nixey's horrific Don't Be Afraid of the Dark, which Roger Ebert w...

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    Review: 'Colombiana' Is An Exploitation Actioner Devoid Of Thrills & Humor

    "Colombiana," an ornately florid title for a hopelessly pedestrian Euro-trash action movie, has been marketed and sold around various images of its comely star (Zoe Saldana) brandishing firearms while in her underwear. As far as exploitation hooks go, it's about as old as the format itself, and just...

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    "Undefeated" - Definitely Not The Sarah Palin Documentary

    No doubt some of you have heard about that documentary Undefeated, the kiss-ass Sarah Plain documentary made by a right wing conservative filmmaker intending to trick people into thinking that that MILF (Why do you think the media makes so much fuss about her? Because of her intelligence, or that sc...

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    Chevy Chase Says He's Writing His Own 'Vacation' Movie, Isn't Interested In Mentoring Young 'Fletch'

    From somewhere in the late-'90s until about now, Chevy Chase had fallen off the map. There was a time when no comedy star was brighter than Chase, but his reputation for being difficult to work with and a string of bad pay-day movies found the comic icon struggling, until his new gig on "Community" ...

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    Isaiah Mustafa Joins Cast Of ABC's "Charlie's Angels" Reboot

    Maybe forever to be known as The Old Spice Guy, or The Man You Wish Your Man Could Smell Like, or Luke Cage wnnabe... Isaiah Mustafa has signed on for a recurring role on ABC’s upcoming Charlie’s Angels reboot.

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    Author Robert Harris Says Paul Greengrass Is Going To Direct An Adaptation Of 'The Fear Index'

    Meanwhile, Greengrass Says 'Memphis' Will Get Made In "Due Course" Updated: Reps for Paul Greengrass confirm that he is indeed attached to this project.

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    Human Quotient of New Doc Semper Fi: Always Faithful Overcomes Flaws

    Semper Fi: Always Faithful , Rachel Liebert and Tony Hardmon’s affecting if imperfect exposé of water contamination at U.S. Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, takes its title from what the Corps website calls “more than a motto — a way of life.” Some life. From 1957 to 1987, the USMC exposed nearly on...

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    MATT ZOLLER SEITZ: The Rough Magic of "Louie"

    In its own quiet way, the brilliant second season of Louis C.K.'s sitcom goes where no show has gone before

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