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    'Let Me In' Team Chloë Moretz & Kodi Smit-McPhee Head Into 'The Wilderness Of James'

    After toplining Martin Scorsese's "Hugo," featuring in Tim Burton's "Dark Shadows," recently wrapping Kimberly Peirce's horror remake "Carrie" (first official pics here) and gearing up to shoot "Kick-Ass 2," it looks like Chloë Moretz is ready to dial it back a bit and take on something smaller. Yep...

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    Rodney Evans' 'Brother To Brother' 1 of 11 Indies Now On SnagFilms, Hulu Via Sundance Program

    If you still haven't seen Rodney Evans' critically-acclaimed 2004 drama Brother To Brother, which features some early outstanding work by Anthony Mackie, you're in luck, because, as of yesterday, it was 1 of 10 indies that are now available on Hulu, Netflix and SnagFilms via the Sun...

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    Critic's Notebook: Being a Young Film Critic in Modern Iran

    Critic's Notebook: Being a Young Film Critic in Modern Iran

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    'National Treasure' Writers Tackling 'Uncharted: Drake's Fortune'; Director Neil Burger Exits

    Video games have always had trouble making it to the big screen: for every “Resident Evil” there’s a “Halo”-like project stalling. The big-screen adaptation of “Uncharted: Drake's Fortune” video game series was first announced during in the run up to “The Fighter” with David O. Russell potentially r...

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    Review: 'The Apparition' Is A Hauntingly Inept Chiller

    In "The Apparition," a profoundly dull and uninteresting horror movie from the usually above-average Joel Silver genre machine Dark Castle (home to things like the crucially underrated "House of Wax" remake and the splatter-fu oddity "Ninja Assassin"), a group of smart aleck grad students unwittingl...

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    Sean Durkin of 'Martha Marcy May Marlene' to Direct UK Drama Series 'Southcliffe' for Channel 4

    While there's no update on the status of Sean Durkin's television series adaptation of "The Exorcist," early reports of which surfaced in May, the "Martha Marcy May Marlene" director does have another TV project set to happen in the immediate future.

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    VIDEO ESSAY: The Weeknd at the House of Bava

    Luscious depravity and all the colors of the dark with Mario Bava and The Weeknd.

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    Premium Rush—movie review

    I don’t know how a film this entertaining and expertly-made can show up the last week of summer, but I’m not complaining. Joseph Gordon-Levitt, whose fine work in indie films like 'The Lookout' went ignored by most moviegoers, has finally achieved stardom, and this flashy tale of a bicycle messenger...

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    Hit & Run—movie review

    Dax Shepard has modeled his new film 'Hit & Run'—which he wrote, co-directed, and stars in—after his youthful favorite, 'Smokey and the Bandit'. Like Burt Reynolds, he persuaded a bunch of his friends to join him in making a lighthearted car-chase movie with elements of comedy and romance.

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    Robot & Frank—movie review

    Frank Langella’s presence would be enough to pique my interest in any film. 'Robot & Frank' offers him a modest starring vehicle with a science-fiction spin, and the result is one of the most enjoyable indie films of the year.

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