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    'Singin' in the Rain' Director Stanley Donen Prefers Dance Competition Shows to Modern Musicals These Days

    The Hollywood Reporter caught up with "Singin’ in the Rain" director Stanley Donen in Paris when he came to town for a series at the Forum des Images, and he shared some surprising thoughts on the state of song and dance on screen.

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    Review: David Cross, Julia Stiles, America Ferrera and More Charm in Todd Berger's Satisfying Apocalyptic Couples Drama 'It's a Disaster'

    Character studies set during the advent of the apocalypse are so common these days they practically form their own genre, but "It's a Disaster" manages to stand out from the crowd by having as much fun as possible with the grim scenario. A largely uneven satire set entirely within the ...

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    Caleb Landry Jones To Star In John Boorman's Former River Phoenix Project 'Broken Dream'; John Hurt Also On Board

    In terms of rising stars, one actor we'll likely hear much more of over the next couple of years is Texan Caleb Landry Jones. After debuting as "Boy on Bike" in the Coen Brothers' "No Country For Old Men," Jones has gone from strength to strength, appearing in "The S...

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    Watch: Teaser for New Season of 'Dexter' Promises Serious Fallout With Deb

    The last season of Showtime's serial killer drama "Dexter" ended with the promise of things significantly changing on a show that's become frustratingly struck in a pattern. Debra Morgan (Jennifer Carpenter), Dexter's (Michael C. Hall) adoptive sister, walked in on and witnesse...

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    An Andrew Sarris Primer

    If you haven't read the work of the late critic Andrew Sarris, here are some good places to begin.

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    ABFF 2012 Review: Leila Djansi's Emotionally Rich, Thought-Provoking 'Ties That Bind'

    If you have seen Leila Djansi’s Sinking Sands (see my review HERE), you would know that the ambitious filmmaker doesn’t shy away from female-driven, heavy and poignant themes that elicit intense emotions.

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    GREY MATTERS: The Haunted Suburban World of TEEN WOLF

    Anyone comparing the second season of "Teen Wolf" to "Buffy" either isn’t paying attention to the dark gem Jeff Davis’s show has become or doesn’t understand what Joss Whedon’s show used to be.

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    Charlie Sheen Will Be The President Of The United States In 'Machete Kills'

    Although “Machete” wasn’t a runaway success at the box-office ($44m worldwide), critically it was met with cautiously optimistic reviews, it didn't cost all that much, and it seems that was enough for Robert Rodriguez to plough ahead with a sequel. You know, because he can. The...

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    Vote for Project of the Week! Will It Be 'Stay,' 'Alone,' 'EarthHeart' or 'Refugee Kids'?

    Vote for Project of the Week! Will It Be 'Stay,' 'Alone,' 'EarthHeart' or 'Refugee Kids'?

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    Rob Marshall & Johnny Depp's 'The Thin Man' Remake Put On Hold By Warner Bros. For Now

    Despite being on the hunt for a female co-star merely weeks ago, Warner Bros. has now pushed aside Rob Marshall and Johnny Depp's remake of "The Thin Man," noting that the project was never officially greenlit and that original plans have been temporarily shelved for now as Marsha...

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