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    A Glimpse at 3G iPhone Mania

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    Dali and Film at MOMA.

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    "Ballast" Steadies Course Alone: Sundance Winner Chooses Self-Distribution

    Lance Hammer is going solo, of sorts, with his 2008 Sundance stunner "Ballast." The producer-director-writer, whose powerful debut wowed critics at January's prestigious Park City festival and won prizes for best director and cinematography, pulled out of a distribution deal with IFC Films in order ...

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    "Hancock" and Recombinant Genres.

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    Westerns Top 100 List Sucks: Shane Number One

    Check out this list of top 100 westerns of all time from the Western Writers of America. They should be ashamed of themselves for these woeful rankings.

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    "Pineapple Express" and A Brief History Of Plot Songs

    Huey Lewis' trip on the "Pineapple Express" provides the best excuse we'll ever have to look back at 50 years worth of plot songs.

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    "admit nothing"

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    Olafur Eliasson at PS.1

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    REVIEW | High Times in the 90's: Jonathan Levine's "The Wackness"

    This review was originally published during the 2008 Sundance Film Festival. A filmmaker who matters is someone capable of re-invigorating genres with spunk and a playful lack of caution. That's Jonathan Levine, who wowed the 2006 Toronto International Film Festival audiences with his gory, sly horr...

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