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    Zack Snyder's 'Superman: Man Of Steel' Confirmed To Shoot In Vancouver

    Look Out Paul BunyanGet ready, Canada, because Zack Snyder is headed north to rock your world.

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    Exclusive: Edgar Wright's Top 10 Of The Year

    'Scott Pilgrim' Director Gives Us His Top 10 Underrated Films Of 2010 & Much MoreContinuing our run of favorites from filmmakers and musicians, we're pleased as punch to present a truly awesome list of underrated films, standout scenes, favorite performances and more from "Scott Pilgrim vs. the Worl...

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    Kevin Smith On Miramax/Weinstein's 'Clerks' Sequel Plans

    Some interesting news cropped up yesterday morning. The new owners of Miramax struck a deal with the old owners of Miramax, the Weinsteins, to put into production sequels and or potential television offshoots for some of the most high profile titles in the film library. "Bad Santa," "Rounders" and "Shakespeare in Love" are the first batch to titles to be exhumed but plenty more are waiting in the wings including, “Bridget Jones’s Diary,” “Copland,” “From Dusk Till Dawn,” “Swingers,” “Shall We Dance?,” “The Amityville Horror” and "Clerks." The news took many by surprise as pretty much no one actually involved with those films knew about any pe...

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    Christian Bale Says He Auditioned For 'Three Kings' But Spike Jonze Got The Part

    'The Fighter' Gang Have A Lively, Must-Watch Discussion On Charlie RoseSaying there was a great interview on Charlie Rose last night is kind of like saying damn, Marion Cotillard looked beautiful last night . No shit, isn't that always the case? The guy keeps knocking 'em out that you almost take fo...

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    My Top Ten Cinematic Experiences of 2010 | #8 Otherwise Unavailable

    My Top Ten Cinematic Experiences of 2010 | #8 Otherwise Unavailable

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    film review—RABBIT HOLE

    A film about a couple trying to get over the loss of their young son is not likely to generate what marketers call a high “want-to-see” factor. But when the story is told with care, honesty, and even moments of humor that reflect the unpredictability—and absurdity—of life, it deserves to be seen.

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    film review—TRON LEGACY

    If you’re old enough to remember seeing Tron when it came out in 1982, you may understand why I wasn’t chomping at the bit to see this much-hyped sequel. Tron was revolutionary in its use of computer graphics to place Jeff Bridges into a videogame environment—and that was definitely cool. But even c...

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    film review—HOW DO YOU KNOW

    If you admire such films as Broadcast News, Terms of Endearment, and As Good as it Gets, as I do, you’ll be rooting for James L. Brooks to score another bull’s-eye with his latest effort. But it’s clear pretty early on that How Do You Know is a muddled misfire: a tiresome, talky romantic comedy abou...

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    In Theaters: 'Tron: Legacy,' 'How Do You Know,' 'Yogi Bear,' 'Rabbit Hole'

    Hollywood lays out the red carpet for "Tron: Legacy" this week, because there's surprisingly little competition for the 3D spectacle this high-season almost holiday weekend. Sure, there's something for the kids with (shudder) "Yogi Bear" and something for the ladies with "How Do You Know," but 'Tron' is bringing some of that summer blockbuster swagger to winter. Maybe studio execs assume everyone's going to be spending those hard earned bucks on gifts or warm and toasty yuletide libations. At any rate, despite the rather slim pickins there's a little something for everyone at the multiplex, and even some awards-season contenders for those of ...

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    "TRON: Legacy" - See It, Be the Spectator

    You should go see "TRON: Legacy" this weekend. Preferably in IMAX 3D. See it for the pretty visual effects. See it for Michael Sheen's part as David Bowie as Willy Wonka (thank you Karina Longworth for recognizing the performance as one of the year's best). See it for Olivia Wilde as Louise Brooks as, ultimately, Ariel the mermaid. See it for Jeff Bridges, obviously, as Jeff Bridges and Jeff Bridges. Hear it for the Daft Punk score, while seeing how it enhances the visuals, especially the moment featuring Daft Punk (or maybe they're stand-ins? we'd never know). But see it, let it wash over you as a spectator and nothing else. Never mind that ...

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