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    HBO, Hanks, Spielberg Deliver Must-Watch The Pacific

    Tim Appelo reviews Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg's follow-up to HBO's Band of Brothers, The Pacific.

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    Hole @ SXSW

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    SXSW: Rising Duplasses Help The Freebie, Lovers of Hate, Mars

    One of the notable things to come out of SXSW is the so-called mumblecore movement, which like the word "indie," has taken on so many meanings that it doesn't really mean anything. (Check out Paste's long-winded answer to the question: "Is Indie Dead?") The term is mainly used as shorthand for micr...

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    Brett Gaylor on "Rip": "The basic message is that culture belongs to everyone" (Watch It Now)

    In his film, "Rip! A Remix Manifesto" - available in its entirety at the bottom of this page courtesy of SnagFilms - filmmaker Brett Gaylor explores issues of copyright in the information age, examining the work of Girl Talk, a "mash-up" artist whose career is based entirely on work sampled from oth...

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    film review—Greenberg

    Sometimes a film takes time to sink in. I didn’t dislike Greenberg while I was watching it—although its central character did get on my nerves a bit. But in the days that followed, I found myself thinking about the people in the story, and how fully developed they were. They seemed genuine, as tangi...

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    White v. Hoberman: A Feud Ignites!

    The latest skirmish in the ongoing feud between controversial New York Press film critic Armond White and Village Voice film critic J. Hoberman emerged in recent days with the publication of White's review of Noah Baumbach's latest, "Greenberg" and scathing summary of the past week.

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    Kicking and Screaming: Noah Baumbach Grows Up with "Greenberg"

    Growing up is hard to do -- particularly for Noah Baumbach's raft of characters. From the aimless postgrads of his 1995 debut "Kicking and Screaming" to the excruciatingly immature parents in "The Squid and the Whale" and "Margot at the Wedding" to one thrill-seeking vulpes in his script for Wes And...

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    Errol Flynn Redux

    After my holiday trip to Australia and New Zealand I wrote about Errol Flynn’s home town of Hobart, Tasmania and printed some photos of the newly-named Errol Flynn Reserve. But it seems I was under-informed about local interest in the swashbuckling star. Here’s an e-mail I received ...

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    Girl with Dragon Tattoo: Who Should Play Salander?

    As the Swedish global hit opens stateside and the English-language version of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo gets under way, screenwriter Steve Zaillian plans to place tough, bisexual hacker/sleuth Lisbeth Salander front and center, recognizing that she's the star of Stieg Larsson's Millenium Trilo...

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