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    Moriarty, Mycroft & Marriage: New Pics From 'Sherlock Holmes: A Game Of Shadows'

    Our expectations were low, but when we finally sat down with a tub of popcorn and an ungodly amount of cola to watch Guy Ritchie's amped up "Sherlock Holmes," it was a pleasant surprise. Energetic and witty, the film was powered by the charming onscreen pair of Robert Downey Jr. and Ju...

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    Watch Video Clip: Taraji P. Henson Explains The Importance Of "Sisterly Love" Among Black Women

    The one thing I really love about Taraji P. Henson is that, no matter what, she will always speak her mind...some say too much.  Oh well, you can't please everybody.

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    Night at the Britannias: Harry Potter Gets a Push, Stiller Finally Gets His Chappy

    Night at the Britannias: Harry Potter Gets a Push, Stiller Finally Gets His Chappy

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    Review: Takeshi Kitano's 'Outrage' Is Beautifully Shot & Well Choreographed But Feels Exhausting, Deflated & Empty

    "Outrage," Takeshi Kitano's return to the yakuza genre, received mixed reviews from critics when it had its first official screenings at Cannes in 2010. Though we weren't initially planning on seeing it on the Croisette, we kept hearing positive chatter about the film and decided t...

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    Drafthouse Films Picks Up 'Electric Boogaloo: The Wild, Untold Story Of Cannon Films' Plus Classic Posters From The Legendary Label

    We're not really sure who the hell Mark Hartley is, but over the last few years he's become one of our favorite documentarians. After the giddy, go-for-broke fun of his "Not Quite Hollywood," which exposed the rest of the world to the fast, cheap, and crocodile-infested world of Au...

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    New On DVD: 15th Anniversary Edition Of Neil Gaiman AND Lenny Henry's "Neverwhere"

    Despite the fact that it is usually credited exclusively as a Neil Gaiman-created project, BBC2's 1996 sci-fi mini-series Neverwhere was actually co-created with British funnyman Lenny Henry.  The 15th Anniversary Edition DVD of Neverwhere was released in November.

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    Trailer Watch: First Look at Andrew Stanton's John Carter

    Check out the new poster--better than the last one--and first trailer from "John Carter," Pixar writer-director Andrew Stanton's over-budget live-action/performance capture epic based on the Edgar Rice Burroughs novel about a Civil War vet who winds up on Mars and discovers the planet ...

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    Could One Petition To Fox Searchlight Bring "Margaret" Into Awards Season?

    While Fox Searchlight is revving up major awards campaigns for several of the critically-acclaimed movies the company has released this year, one title has been conspicuously absent from the buzz: Kenneth Lonergan's "Margaret," the follow-up to his debut, "You Can Count On Me.&quo...

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    Whet Your Appetite For "Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy" With Takeshi Kitano's "Outrage"

    "Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy," the adaptation of John le Carré's 1974 British spy novel, will leave a lot of viewers confused when it hits theaters next Friday. Of course, that's exactly what the author intended. A talky Cold War drama about British intellige...

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    Roger Ebert Announces That "At the Movies" Will Go On Hiatus

    Last week, Indiewire reported that the"Ebert Presents At the Movies," the PBS film review show launched by Roger Ebert earlier this year, faced a few promising options to help salvage it from financial trouble. While those possibilities haven't necessarily gone away, Ebert and his wife...

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