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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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    Fantastic Fest | Unfunny Games: Miguel Angel Vivas's "Kidnapped"

    The first shot of "Kidnapped" (Secuestrados) shows an anonymous man struggling to breathe inside the plastic bag crudely wrapped around his head. It's no stretch to view this harrowing close-up as a physical representation of the impressively nerve-wracking experience that follows. Spanish director ...

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    Weekend Box Office: Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps Easily Clips Legend of the Guardians, You Again

    There's life yet in the adult drama, as Oliver Stone's Wall Street sequel easily outscored the weekend competition. Anthony D'Alessandro reports.

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    Elijah Wood, RZA and Nacho Vigalondo Walk Into a Bar...

    Elijah Wood, RZA and Nacho Vigalondo Walk Into a Bar...

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    who is mark rylance??

    who is mark rylance??

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    Oscar Watch: Waiting for Superman Meets Zuckerberg on Oprah

    Paramount has sent out "for Your Consideration" six-city screening invites for Martin Scorsese's Shutter Island and Davis Guggenheim's Waiting for Superman, which got serious Oprah Winfrey love this week, with two shows devoted to the controversial American education expose. The second show also fea...

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    Oscar Talk: Frontrunners King's Speech vs. The Social Network, Why The Fighter Isn't A Shoo-In

    It's only September, which means that Kris Tapley and I are declaring The King's Speech and The Social Network frontrunners---for now. Which films could possibly supplant them? Toy Story 3 is an animated sequel. I argue that The Fighter is directed by the one and only David O. Russell, while Kris po...

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