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    Rome Day Two: Piazza Farnese, Coliseum, Forum, Pantheon, Trevi Fountain

    Monday night, again I crossed the ancient Tiber, lights twinkling, via the Ponte Sisto to Rome's equivalent of the Left Bank, Trastevere, where the Italians seem to be. The trattoria recommended by my apartment agent was closed, as he had feared (the city is just starting to wake up from its August ...

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    13th Arpa International Film Festival's 2010 Program

    13th Arpa International Film Festival's 2010 Program

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    indieWIRE Presents: "Prince of Broadway" Director Sean Baker & Lee Daniels at Apple Store SoHo

    indieWIRE Presents: "Prince of Broadway" Director Sean Baker & Lee Daniels at Apple Store SoHo

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    MAD Brings Cult Director Jodorowsky Retro to U.S. for First Time

    MAD Brings Cult Director Jodorowsky Retro to U.S. for First Time

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    Cusack as Poe, Cameron Decries "Bottom of the Barrel" 3-D, SNL Newbies

    - John Cusack will be channeling Edgar Allen Poe in director James McTeigue's iteration of The Raven, not rivals Jeremy Renner or Ewan McGregor. Based on a fictional script from Hannah Shakespeare and Ben Livingston, The Raven follows Poe's final five days, when a serial killer uses Poe's stories as...

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    John Woo Wants to Make IMAX Debut with Flying Tigers Epic

    At lunch in Rome yesterday, Variety's Justin Chang and I were decrying how much John Woo's masterful two-part historic epic Red Cliff, which was a huge hit in Asia, was largely overlooked by stateside press and audiences. (My favorite film last year, I included it in my top ten of the decade as well...

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    Debating the "Last Exorcism" Ending (Spoilers)

    I'll admit right away that I haven't seen "The Last Exorcism," this past weekend's most lucrative yet not necessarily most popular movie. As a commenter astutely pointed out recently, I'm not "built for the horror genre" but I periodically view some horror films "out of some morbid fascination." This is true, I guess, though I've also been too busy to make time for the film despite a minor interest built up from colleague's recommendations. Anyway I thought it was enough that I'd watched the latest from horror filmmaker Neil Marshall -- "Centurion," which isn't scary so much as bloody -- and honestly if there's any kind of horror movie I like...

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    Metzger Gets Honor at Oldenburg International Film Festival

    Metzger Gets Honor at Oldenburg International Film Festival

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    Rome Day One: Vaticano, Castel St. Angelo, Piazza Navona, Campo Dei Fiori

    After a long travel day, I was up bright and early to grab a caffe latte and walk briskly along the ancient Tiber River--my apartment is one block from Ponte Sisto in the old center city--to huge bright St. Peter's Square and the Vatican. The scale of St. Peter's Basilica is so stunning that more th...

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    Box Office: "Mesrine" Starts Strong For Music Box; "Low" Gets Going In Expansion

    While "The Last Exorcism" and "Takers" battled it out for the final weekend crown of Hollywood's summer, Jean-François Richet's "Mesrine: Killer Instinct" was easily the top specialty debut, at least among those reporting estimates to Rentrak earlier today.

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