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    New Pics From 'Take This Waltz' Plus Expansion Release Dates, See When It Will Hit Your Town

    In case we haven't made it pretty clear already, "Take This Waltz" is one of the best films of 2012 thus far. We've been blowing the trumpet pretty hard for the film, and that's because it's the kind of low-key, smart picture that needs to be championed, so excuse us if we&...

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    THE DARK KNIGHT RISES, But Not Quite High Enough

    "The Dark Knight Rises" is a half-baked success, a finale whose ambitions ultimately exceed the Nolan brothers' abilities.

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    DIRECTV And Viacom Reach Agreement To Renew Carriage of Viacom’s Networks ASAP

    DIRECTV And Viacom Reach Agreement To Renew Carriage of Viacom’s Networks ASAP

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    Listen: RZA's "Blowin' In The Wind" For 'Iron Fists' & Judith Hill's "Desperation" From 'Red Hook Summer'

    Despite all the blockbuster movies this summer, it seems we really haven't had a great soundtrack to go with them. "The Avengers" melange of alt-rock fodder was a bit embarrassing, and the great selection of songs from "Take This Waltz" do not have an official release just ye...

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    Did "Dark Knight Rises" Spark Mass Killings in Colorado?

    Of course, the title above is a provocation, and "The Dark Knight Rises" itself had nothing to do with the masked gunman in Colorado who took the film's midnight screening as an opportunity for mass slaughter, reportedly leaving 12 people dead and 50 wounded, according to police and local media. But...

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    Exclusive: Mischa Webley Talks Making Of War Vet First Feature 'The Kill Hole' & Festival Momentum

    Mischa Webley’s feature debut The Kill Hole has been making the rounds at several film festivals this year and earning accolades along the way; the film last won the best narrative feature at the New Jersey Film Festival.  

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    Remembering 'Julia'

    So in my recent piece about Eartha Kitt playing the role of Catwoman on the old Batman ABC TV series in 1968, I stated that year was also the year of the NBC TV series Julia with Diahann Carroll which I mentioned I had once written about on S & A.

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    Steven Spielberg Wants Chris Hemsworth For 'Robopocalypse'

    Steven Spielberg is known for working efficiently, but every man has his limits. Originally slated to be relaesed next July, 20th Century Fox wisely realised that with the director busy on "Lincoln," there was no way that could happen and pushed the release date one more year. But make no ...

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    197 Newly Digitized Films From The Archives Now Available For Viewing Online Via The Black Film Center

    News you can most certainly use from the Black Film Center/Archive (the above photo is from In The Rapture):

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    Trailer Watch: Paul Thomas Anderson's 'The Master,' Starring Hoffman and Phoenix

    Paul Thomas Anderson's "The Master," starring Philip Seymour Hoffman (as someone a lot like Scientology's L. Ron Hubbard) and Joachim Phoenix, is coming. And here's the trailer.

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