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    "The Interrupters" Now On DVD/Blu-ray + TV Debut On PBS Tonight! + Star Ameena Matthews On "Colbert"

    So you say you missed it when it was in theaters and you really want to see it?

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    Academy Accepts Entries for 2012 Nicholl Fellowships in Screenwriting

    The Academy is now accepting entries for its 2012 Don and Gee Nicholl Fellowships in Screenwriting competition. Up to five $35,000 fellowships will be awarded in November, and participants will each complete a feature-length script during their fellowship year. In 2011, a record 6,730 entries were s...

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    Video of the Day: Owen Wilson Goes Kray in the Mashup "N****s in Paris at Midnight"

    It’s fair to say that the combo of “Woody Allen" and Kanye West and Jay Z's debut album "Watch the Throne” probably hasn’t yielded many search results until now. But, just in time for Valentine’s Day, enter “N****s in Paris at Midnight,” a video mashup featuring two of last year’s most critically ac...

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    Comedy Central Renews "Key & Peele" For Second Season

    It made its debut on January 31 an apparently has been doing very well;  I recall a survey I posted asking you folks what you thought of it, and most of you seemed to dig it.

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    BERLIN REVIEW: Ursula Meier's 'Sister' is a Bittersweet Crowdpleaser

    French-Swiss director Ursula Meier burst on the international film scene with her 2008 feature debut "Home," about a peculiar family living next to a highway. Her follow-up, "Sister," lacks the same conceptual ambition but consolidates her skill with a tightly assembled narrative...

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    The Heart's Filthy Lesson

    I sometimes tell people that my favourite romantic comedy is The Silence of the Lambs. I say this partly because I’m a smartass, and partly because the very idea of rom-coms makes be break out in hives—though there really is something electric about that single frame in The Silence of...

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    Good Lord: Paramount Turning That Talking Dog YouTube Video Into An Actual Feature Length Movie

    We try not to be cynical. We try not to let the continual spate of comic book adaptations, board game movies and tired remakes get us down. We try to resist the urge to sit in our garage with the engine running when "Transformers: The Dark Of The Moon" and "Pirates of the Caribbean: O...

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    AARON ARADILLAS: Loving LOVE STORY means never having to say you're sorry

    Watching "Love Story" today is like opening a time capsule you didn’t know had been buried. The movie is at times shocking, not because it’s bad (it’s actually surprisingly good), but because it is a movie unaware of the time and place where it is set.

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    Review and Recap -- 'Luck' Episode Three: Back to the Races

    Few people have written as well about the track as Bill Barich, whose first book, "Laughing in the Hills," became an instant classic, mainly because it was about the people of the track rather than the horses.

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    Reese Witherspoon, Chris Pine, Tom Hardy In "This Means War" (On The Audience?)

    Reese Witherspoon, Chris Pine, Tom Hardy – any one of them could carry a romance or an action movie alone. Put all three together and the results are at least three times worse. Or maybe it’s just that the director, McG, has misplaced the feel for slick, popcorn action that made Cha...

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