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    Jennifer Ehle Joins 'RoboCop'; 'The Counselor' Adds 'Game Of Thrones' Actress Natalie Dormer; Elisabeth Shue Needs 'Parental Guidance' & More

    Director Jose Padilha has been spending the past few months filling out his cast for his upcoming "RoboCop" remake, which, if you're disgusted by the idea of such a thing, we're sorry to say is still happening. If you're not bothered at the idea of yet another remake of a Paul Verhoeven sci-fi class...

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    VODetails: '[REC] 3: Genesis'

    Is this third installment in this Spanish horror series worth your VODollars?

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    Mosquita y Mari - Written and Directed by Aurora Guerrero

    Mosquita y Mari - Written and Directed by Aurora Guerrero

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    'Guardians Of The Galaxy' Getting "Quirky Comedic" Script From Chris McCoy

    Yes, the Marvel movie universe is getting much, much bigger and apparently, funnier as well, as their next superhero team-up movie will dole out laughs and action in equal measure.

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    Review - 'Dreams Of A Life' (A Harrowing Reconstruction Of A Life From Collected Fragments)

    With Carol Morley's Dreams Of A Life finally opening in USA theaters today, August 3rd, courtesy of Strand Releasing, Here's my review of the film from February, when I first saw it.

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    Critic's Notebook: Why 'Johnny Guitar,' Now On Blu-ray, Deserves a Second Look

    Most 50's psycho-westerns look at the genre, its heroes and American frontier history they inhabit through a glass darkened by the realities of WWII. "Johnny Guitar" views the western through a Jungian kaleidoscope.

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    Total Recall—movie review

    Does the world need a remake of 'Total Recall'? The 1990 original didn’t look or sound like anything we’d seen before, with its mix of intriguing ideas, cutting-edge special effects, and overblown violence, courtesy of the never-subtle director Paul Verhoeven.

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    Celeste and Jesse Forever—movie review

    Since Hollywood studios seem incapable of crafting a credible—let alone charming—romantic comedy, it remains for someone in the indie world to portray a believable couple an audience can care about. 'Celeste and Jesse Forever' comes tantalizingly close to pulling it off…close enough to recommend it,...

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    REVIEW: 'ParaNorman' Is a Stop-Motion Feast For the Eyes, Less For the Soul

    Stop-motion animation is one of the most resilient techniques in the history of movies.

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