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    Would You Watch "Snow On Tha Bluff?"

    Below is the trailer for the new film Snow On Tha Bluff by director Damon Russell , which was in competition at this year's Slamdance Film Festival, and was also screened this month at the Atlanta Film Festival.

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    Plenty Of New Images Unveiled From Nicolas Winding Refn's 'Drive'

    First Look At Albert Brooks, Christina Hendricks, Ron Perlman, Bryan Cranston & Oscar IsaacWith the Cannes Film Festival right around the corner, one film we're champing at the bit to hear and see more of, is Nicolas Winding Refn's latest effort, "Drive."

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    Tina Fey Brings Back Palin, But Her SNL Is No Bossypants (Video)

    There’s Tina Fey in the photo above, literally glowing with pregnancy because, as she explained in the promo to last night’s SNL, she’s carrying an alien baby. And while there were plenty of irreverent Mom jokes from Fey and pregnant guest Maya Rudolph on the show, the best parts had nothing to do w...

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    Cannes 2011 Preview – "Katrina's Son"

    You know when you've decided on something... well, almost kind of.... and then all of a sudden more and more comes along to make your decision even more uncertain?

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    Cannes 2011 Preview – "Blue Bird"

    I came across this a couple of days ago while searching online for information about another film. Actually, it was the image that caught my attention, only to then find out that it's going to be screening at Cannes as part of the Director's Fortnight sidebar. Written and directed by Belgian filmmak...

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    An All-Time Favorite Mom In Films...Irma P. Hall

    As I sit pondering what color roses to get my Mom for Mother's Day tomorrow and if dinner will be on time (my sisters are usually slow and late) , I couldn't help but think about the great moms in films. If I did a list, and there are quit a few out there on various film sites, it most certainly wo...

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    "Thor" is a Religious Experience Ruined By Science

    Sarah Silverman joked that Jesus was magic. "Thor" makes the suggestion that religious deities are a combination of magic and science, that they originate from some distant planet with physics unlike what we understand on Earth. And these aliens were worshiped as gods by ancient peoples who couldn't comprehend the uncanny things they did. Of course, we've all heard such theories, and we've also thought of superheroes as godlike for decades. In the movie version, Thor isn't too different from Superman, for instance; he just arrives here as an arrogant adult fish-out-of-water instead of as a strangely strong and innocent toddler kind. The main ...

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    Casting News: Charles Dutton Leads Superpower Investigations; Pam Grier Is RZA's Mother & More

    Some quickie casting news you should know about...

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    Cannes Countdown...

    OK, so we're finally down to just one weekend before Cannes, the press screening schedule has just been released today, and I'm in a sudden state of panicked (un)preparedness.

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    Rewind: The Week In Movies, May 2nd-May7th

    Big news in the movie world this week. We got big advancement on new projects from Wes Anderson, Steven Spielberg and Quentin Tarantino, and while the rest of the world was undergoing major change, Hollywood was working to greenlight a movie about it.

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