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    Michelle Rodriguez v. Tim League.

    Michelle Rodriguez v. Tim League.

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    Feuds and Film: Midway Through Fantastic Fest, the Punches Fly

    The 2010 edition of Fantastic Fest has no greater defining image than that of festival founder and Alamo Drafthouse owner Tim League, decked out in a pink mohawk, dodging punches from a sprightly Michelle Rodriguez. The farcical duel marked the climax of "The Fantastic Debates," an annual tradition ...

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    Boardwalk Empire Recap: Money and Relationships, Clunky Dialogue

    Because everyone we know is watching and debating the merits of Boardwalk Empire every week, TOH critic Tim Appelo is keeping the conversation going. He favors Tim Van Patten's slick camera moves, but worries about some clunky over-familiar dialogue. (Spoiler Alert!)Everybody made a big deal about t...

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    Gloria Stuart Remembered

    When you’ve lived a full life and made it to the century mark, it’s hard to complain, but Gloria Stuart still had a special spark even in her 101st year on the planet. Her energy was waning, and her mind could wander, but she loved life, including her family, her artwork, her fine-edition books, kites and bonsai plants. I’m happy that she was able to celebrate her 100th birthday in high style two months ago with a series of events, including a citation from the Screen Actors Guild, which she helped to found, and a gala evening at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, which positively thrilled her. (I was privileged to host that eve...

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    Zurich Film Finance Forum Attracts Big Crowd

    Zurich Film Finance Forum Attracts Big Crowd

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    "Phil Ochs" Documentary Goes to First Run Features

    "Phil Ochs" Documentary Goes to First Run Features

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    3D Film Festival Opener is Streetdance 3D, Closer is Joe Dante's The Hole

    The fourth annual 3D Film Festival announces its lineup for 2010. It opens September 30 with the U.S. premiere of Giwa and Dania Pasquini's Streetdance 3D, starring Charlotte Rampling, and closes on October 3 with Joe Dante's The Hole.

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    Welcome Back, Wile E.

    Welcome Back, Wile E.

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    Spout About "Enter the Void" - The Hardest Part to Watch Is?

    One of the must-see films of the season opened over the weekend, and for those of you not living in major cities, Gaspar Noé's "Enter the Void" is fortunately also available in your home, via IFC's video-on-demand service. Although I recommend viewing it on the big screen if at all possible, I mostly just hope you'll see it. You might hate it, but you just won't know and you won't be able to discuss why without seeing it. Noé's first feature since 2002's "Irreversible," "Enter the Void" is a psychedelic odyssey inspired by drugs, Stanley Kubrick, "The Tibetan Book of the Dead," and "The Champ," among other things, and since its Cannes premier...

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    Box Office: "Superman" Soars In Crowded Specialty Marketplace (UPDATED)

    Five rather high-profile specialty films entered an already crowded marketplace this weekend: Davis Guggenheim's "Waiting For 'Superman,'" Woody Allen's "You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger," Rodrigo Cortés's "Buried," Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman's "HOWL," and Gasper Noe's "Enter The Void." Whi...

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