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    Trailer Roundup: 'Hoodwinked Too!,' '11-11-11' & 'Cracks'

    A little bit of trailer roundup to kick off your week for a few films that -- in the case of the first two "Hoodwinked Too!" and "11-11-11" -- would otherwise fall by the wayside with us unless we found a quick way to deal with them, and in the case of the last one "Cracks," a gentle reminder that t...

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    Jonny Greenwood Scoring "We Need To Talk About Kevin"!

    Just when I thought I couldn't be more excited about this movie, it's been announced that Jonny Greenwood (Radiohead, "There Will Be Blood," in case you need that explanation) will be scoring Lynne Ramsay's "We Need To Talk About Kevin," which is based on one of the best books I've read in the past...

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    Jeremy Irons, Kim Cattrall & Tom Sturridge To Star In 'The Treehouse'

    Well, here's an interesting trio of thesps who will be stepping into a period pic.

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    The Amazing Spider-Man: Official New Title and Andrew Garfield in Full Spider-Man Suit

    Not to raise expectations, but that previously untitled Spider-Man reboot that is currently shooting with Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone has landed an uninspired official name based on one of the franchise's long running comic books: The Amazing Spider-Man -- not to be confused with any other less a...

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    A Valentine's Love Letter to Epic Romances

    Happy Valentine’s Day, everyone. Are you disappointed by some of the recent attempts at romantic cinema? It's not that romance is dead in cinema, far from it. But somehow the cinema of love these days seems less satisfying; perhaps we can blame the recent decline of the romantic comedy. Well, here’s a recommendation, appropriate for the day. Why not take an excursion into one of my favorite genres, the land of gorgeous dresses made of curtains and heart-breaking balalaika leitmotifs? Why spend your money on the weekend’s most recent variation on the Jennifer Aniston theme, when you can curl up in front of the TV to spend a few hours with Jack...

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    Teaser Poster For Pedro Almodóvar’s ‘The Skin That I Inhabit’

    With Cannes around the corner, it's pretty much a certainty that Pedro Almodóvar will arrive on the Croisette with canisters for his latest, "The Skin That I Inhabit," under his arms. The film was picked up last fall by Sony Pictures Classics, continuing their long-standing relationship with the dir...

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    Exclusive: Poster For Abbas Kiarostami's 'Certified Copy' Starring Juliette Binoche

    A film that stole the hearts of the Playlist team at Cannes (review here) and the New York Film Festival last year, Abbas Kiarostami's "Certified Copy" might be the director's most accessible, rewarding film to date. And after a run of festivals last year, it's set to hit theaters courtesy of IFC th...

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    Criterion's May Slate Includes Chaplin's 'The Great Dictator,' Demme's 'Something Wild' & More

    'Diabolique' Gets Re-Release; 'Smiles Of A Summer Night,' 'Fat Girl' & 'Solaris' Go BluCriterion is looking to catch those still caught up in the warmth of Valentine's Day as they have unveiled their May lineup and as usual, it's set to hurt your wallet.

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    Helena Bonham Carter's BAFTA Speech

    I rummaged through a few clips from tonight's BAFTAs (which are bizarrely not aired lived even in the UK), and even though I would have LOVED to see Lesley Manville take this prize, Helena Bonham Carter gives a charming little speech when she wins best supporting actress. It's basically the best 3 m...

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