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    Video & Interview: "Blue Valentine" Director On the Mysteries of Love

    This interview was originally published during indieWIRE's coverage of the 2010 Toronto International Film Festival. "Blue Valentine" director Derek Cianfrance sat down to chat with Eugene Hernandez at the Filmmaker's Lounge during the festival. Below is the interview, along with the video recording...

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    Exclusive: Ryan Gosling Talks 'Blue Valentine' While Wearing Gloves ("Haters Give Me Strength")

    Actor Talks Becoming 'Blue', The Sweet Nature of Forgiving Girls, And Clooney's 'Ides of March'

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    Flickchart Top 20 of 2010 Led by Inception, Scott Pilgrim

    Flickchart is a film buff's addictive time-waster that's a best-to-avoid for me. Sure enough, I'm lured to check out the site's Top 20 of 2010 chart, compiled from some 49 million rankings from Flickchart users all over the world. Surprise: Inception is number one, followed by Scott Pilgrim vs. the ...

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    Kevin Smith Won't Do Press For 'Red State,' Once Again Hates On The Press

    Kevin Smith released a terrible fucking movie this year called "Cop Out." Critics rightly took him to task for that pile of garbage and ever since, Smith has been bitching and moaning like a little girl about how the press never reports anything accurately, should be forced to pay to review films an...

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    Review: 'Another Year' Is Four Bittersweet Seasons Of Laughter, Love & Tears

    This review originally ran during the 2010 Toronto Film Festival.

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    Read It And Weep: The Worst Films of 2010

    There’s a lot of bad movies released every year. Lots. We are but humans, and we can’t see them all. But someone always does. Sometimes it’s many (“The Twilight Saga”). Sometimes few (“Birdemic: Shock and Terror”). But there’s truly something to be said about the general public’s hunger for art that...

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    Gwyneth Paltrow To Play Marlene Dietrich In TV Biopic?

    Well, this is potentially.....interesting.

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    WGA Disqualifies 'Toy Story 3,' 'The King's Speech,' 'Another Year' & More For Awards

    The WGA is set to honor the best scripts of the year by leaving out some of the best scripts of year. Wha?

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    Mark Millar Claims 'Most High Profile Actor Of 2010' Will Star In Adaptation Of 'Superior'

    If the films based on the comic books of Mark Millar (or indeed, the comic books themselves) came anywhere near to matching the creator's ability to hype them up, his success rate would be close to Stanley Kubrick's. Instead, the William Castle of the comic book world has been behind "Wanted" and "K...

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    Loose Threads: Alejandro González Iñárritu’s "Biutiful"

    If you took Ikiru, added a dash of The Sixth Sense, a dollop of A Woman Under the Influence, and then topped it off with a pinch of El Norte, you might end up with something resembling Alejandro González Iñárritu’s Biutiful. This isn’t the first time Iñárritu has taken a buffet-style approach to storytelling. In his previous features, Amores Perros, 21 Grams, and Babel, he and screenwriter Guillermo Arriaga built a brand around their multicharacter/overlapping/achronological storytelling, and though each of those films yielded successively diminishing artistic returns, Iñárritu and Arriaga steadily ascended to the top ranks of international c...

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