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    Google Buzz Video

    These days, keeping up with Twitter, email, Facebook, Linkedin (I abandoned myspace long ago) is almost more than a single person can sustain, much less reading something of any length or, God Forbid, thinking or doing any work.

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    Leonard Maltin’s 151 Best Movies You’ve Never Seen

    I’m pleased to announce the publication of Leonard Maltin’s 151 Best Movies You’ve Never Seen. As those of you know who watch my weekly show Secret’s Out on ReelzChannel, there’s nothing I enjoy more than steering movie lovers to good films they may have missed. HarperStudio gave me an opportunity t...

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    Films of the 2000s

    What's lovely about this seven-minute montage of films of the 2000s is the way the editor uses music to link images by mood; it's astonishing how haunting a moment can be, from Jack Nicholson in About Schmidt to Haley Joel Osment in A.I. .

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    The Gayest Super Bowl-Related Photo of All-Time

    I've never watched a Super Bowl (no, not even for the commercials), have a very vague idea as to how football even works (though thats improved significantly thanks to Friday Night Lights.. now I know there's something called a "touch down" involved and that the most sought after position on the fie...

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    Oscar Duel: Has Quentin Tarantino Produced a Legacy of Greatness?

    During a public appearance in London last month, Quentin Tarantino told the audience that with Inglourious Basterds, he is now an auteur; he has established a body of work that can be analyzed as a whole and as a product of his unique vision. Recalling his experiences watching the films of Howard Ha...

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    Oscar Watch: Tomm Moore Talks The Secret of Kells

    It was a ten-year journey for animator Tomm Moore, who was as shocked as anyone when, after submitting his first feature The Secret of Kells at the last possible minute, the 95% hand-drawn film earned an Annie nomination (the only indie film to do so) followed by an Oscar nomination for best animat...

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    Saturday Night Live Does Oscar Nominations

    [Hat Tip: @AwardsDaily]

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    "Up" Leads Annie Awards

    After being defeated last year ("Kung Fu Panda" topped "WALL-E"), Pixar returned to the throne of the Annie Awards this time around, with Pete Docter's "Up" taking best animated feature at the ceremony last night. The Annies did spread the wealth quite significantly for the landmark year in animate...

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    JP Morgan Raises Financing for Digital Theaters

    JP Morgan has raised some $700 million to finance the digital conversion of thousands of screens around the country, reports the LAT. This will boost 3-D exhibition on some 12,000 screens around the country, which everyone wants, post-Avatar, which has broken worldwide records thanks to 3-D premium ...

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    ContentFilm Takes Int'l Rights to "Rileys"

    ContentFilm Takes Int'l Rights to "Rileys"

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