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    secret's out - Taking A Closer Look At Moon

    .syn{font-family:Arial;font-size:11px;padding:5px;width:470px;background:#585858;border-top:1px solid #777777;color:#ccc;} .syn a {color:#ccc;}Moon Leonard Maltin Leonard Maltin's Secret's Out | Movie Trailers

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  • Matt Dentler's Blog
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    Is the iPad Already "Jailbroken?"

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    How to Train Your Dragon Unseats 3D Rival Alice in Wonderland

    How to Train Your Dragon (Metascore 73 %) finally unseats holdover Alice in Wonderland at the weekend box office, reports TOH's Anthony D'Alessandro, with Hot Tub Time Machine (Tomatometer 63%) coming in third:

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    Box Office: "Chloe" Finds Fair Numbers; "Tattoo," "Greenberg" Fight Sophomore Slump

    Sony Pictures Classics' release of Atom Egoyan's "Chloe" (which was actually an acquisition of Sony Pictures Entertainment Worldwide Acquisitions Group, not SPC) found fair numbers in its quite aggressive 306 screen debut this weekend, according to estimates provided by Rentrak earlier this afternoo...

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    Hangin' in the ca sun

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    Hangin' in the ca sun

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    March Madness Sorrow

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    indieWIRE This Week: ND/NF, Festival Lineups and Acquisitions

    THIS WEEK IN NEWS: The New Directors/New Films series got underway in New York, a slew of upcoming festivals announced their lineups, and several films were released following successful festival runs.

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    Paranormal Sequel Goes to Indie Director Williams

    I'm a huge fan of The Door in the Floor (2004) starring this year's best actor Oscar winner Jeff Bridges. It was directed by Tod "Kip" Williams, who landed his second film by persuading author John Irving to sell him the rights to A Widow for One Year for a dollar, and then wrote a script that Bridg...

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