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    REVIEW | Paint by Numbers: Milos Forman's "Goya's Ghosts"

    "Goya's Ghosts" is half what one expects from Milos Forman. As in "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest," "Amadeus," "The People vs. Larry Flynt," and "Man on the Moon," its protagonist is a daring iconoclast who stands intrepid against the uncomprehending conventionalists of his time. But it significant...

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    happy birthday, indieWIRE

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    Tossing Games: JJ Abrams Fans Get Best Week Ever, '1-18-08' Won't Go Away

    Tossing Games: JJ Abrams Fans Get Best Week Ever, '1-18-08' Won't Go Away

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    heart of glass

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  • THE BACK ROW MANIFESTO by Tom Hall
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    Don't Let NYC Destroy Local DIY Filmmaking

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    REVIEW | The Bad Touch: Kim Ki-duk's "Time"

    "Time," the thirteenth film by that most disposable of Asian auteurs, Kim Ki-duk, should finally, definitively, expose the filmmaker's patented layering of ambiguities as nothing more than the tawdry covering-up of an empty imagination. As if the indignity of "3-Iron," with its ridiculous descent i...

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    Quote of the Day

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