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    Review: 'Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted' Is Surprisingly Satisfying And Frantically Fun (If Wildly Uneven)

    The "Madagascar" franchise, with its skeletal, if somewhat clever plot mechanics (animals from the Central Park zoo are mistakenly shipped to exotic lands – first Madagascar, then Africa proper – all the while longing for their urban environments), and characters almost exclusively defined by outdat...

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    Movie Lovers We Love: Evan Seitz's Addictive and Animated Cinephile IQ Tests

    Evan Seitz has developed a series of IQ tests for movie lovers. Actually, that may not be a fair description of his animated quizzes; IQ tests were never this addictive.

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    The Playlist Profile: Todd Solondz

    Todd Solondz walks through the door of a Cafe on 12th Street in Manhattan, looking, apart from his trademark lemon-yellow converse all stars, like a person in disguise. He wears a floppy khaki sun hat and oversized shades. As he walks through the room, he peels off the sunglasses and replaces them w...

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    'A Lovers Call' Explores Conflicts of Faith in Romance

    When it comes to romance, differences in faith and spirituality can be major hindrances to developing unions, or serve as points of deeper connection.

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    First Looks At Omar Sy, Aissa Maiga In Michel Gondry's 'Mood Indigo'

    Production on Michel Gondry's Mood Indigo is currently in full-swing, on locaiton, in Paris; and courtesy of French zine, Le Monde (via The Playlist), here are several images from the film, which should captivate.

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    NBC Buys Charlize Theron's Modern-Day Hatfields and McCoys Drama

    The History Channel received record ratings for its "Hatfields & McCoys" mini-series -- the three parts attracted 13.9, 13.1 and 14.3 million people for their premieres, besting the broadcast networks in a rare cable achievement. Is the lesson to take that family feuds are hot right no...

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    Women's Films Opening - June 8, 2012

    Women's Films Opening - June 8, 2012

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    'Eastern Promises' Sequel Moves Forward With Vincent Cassel Joining Viggo Mortensen, David Cronenberg Will Direct

    Over the last five years or so, reports have kept cropping up of a relatively unlikely sequel: a follow-up to 2007's gangster thriller "Eastern Promises," which was directed by David Cronenberg, and starred Viggo Mortensen as a heavily tattooed low-level Russian mobster who helps a nur...

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    Ashley Greene Plays 'CBGB,' Matthew Modine To Fire Steve Jobs In Ashton Kutcher-Led Biopic 'jOBS' & More

    Randall Miller's rock 'n' roll tribute "CBGB" has found its female lead with 'Twilight' star Ashley Greene taking on the role of Lisa Kristal, daughter of the Hilly Kristel, the owner of the titular, influential New York club to be played by Alan Rickman. The story foll...

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    Larry Wilmore Heading To Showtime Network With 'Race, Religion And Sex'

    As was announced in February, funnyman Larry Wilmore (known most as The Daily Show's "Senior Black Correspondent") has a few new TV projects on the horizon.

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