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    Golden Globes Nominations Are Led by The Artist, The Descendants and The Help - Analysis

    Golden Globes nominations were led by "The Artist" with six nominations, followed by "The Descendants" and "The Help" with five each, and "Moneyball," "The Ides of March" and "Midnight in Paris" with four. The Golden Globe motion picture no...

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    Rachel McAdams Joins New Brian De Palma Movie, March Start Date Set

    For Brian De Palma fanatics, it's been an agonizingly long wait for another sexy, stylish spellbinder. His last feature was 2007 incendiary "Redacted," which was a noble failure, but a failure just the same. Honestly, we can only watch our Criterion "Blow Out" Blu-rays s...

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    Nolan's The Dark Knight Rises Prologue Screens in IMAX Friday: Location Guide

    The first six minutes of next summer's sure-to-be blockbuster "The Dark Knight Rises" will be screening in select IMAX theaters this Friday before showings of "Mission: Impossible -- Ghost Protocol."

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    Watch: Guy Pearce Is Armed With One-Liners In Ridiculous/Awesome New Trailer For 'Lock-Out'

    This is either gonna be terrible, or awesomely terrible (and we're really hoping for the latter), but no matter how you slice it, the Luc Besson-produced "Lock-Out" (or as it seems to be called overseas "MS One: Maximum Security") looks plain ridiculous. But luckily, Guy Pear...

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    Immersed in Movies: Saldanha Gets Animated Over Rio

    If "Rango" is the front runner in the animated Oscar race (it took the LA Film Critics Assn. Awards last week), then "Rio" is the dark horse. It's original, lively, musical, richly animated, and boasts the hot Jesse Eisenberg and Anne Hathaway as its voice talent for the romance between two mismatch...

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    Voting Begins for Cinema Eye Honors' 2012 Audience Choice Prize

    The Cinema Eye Honors for Nonfiction Filmmaking voting for the 2012 Audience Choice Prize is open. Anyone can cast their vote at the Cinema Eye website.

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    Roger Corman Talks 'Corman's World' Documentary, Causing Trouble At The Oscars & More

    Critically overlooked and always underappreciated, Roger Corman, the king of exploitation cinema, is just the kind of character that practically screams for his own documentary.

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    Special Screening of "Reality Bites" Set For Sundance 2012!

    My day was officially made when this piece of news fell into my inbox. A newly struck preservation print of "Reality Bites," created by Universal Pictures to commemorate their upcoming centenary year, will screen on January 22nd at the Sundance Film Festival:

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    The Surprising "Must See" Television Shows For President Obama Are...

    I've always been a fervent supporter of President Obama and when he revealed back in 2008 his love of HBO's The Wire, his stock increased.  After all, it wasn't a "safe" pick to name and, in my opinion, it conveyed a certain edginess.

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    Trailer For Tyler Perry's "Good Deeds" Arrives!

    Well, here you go folks! No intro necessary...the first trailer for Tyler Perry's Good Deeds. Posted without further comment; Enjoy :)

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