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    Paramount Pushes Shutter Island to February

    In a startling reveal of how dire studio financials have become in this recession, Paramount made a swift and surgical move to trim its year-end budget. Marketing meetings took place last week for Martin Scorsese's Shutter Island, based on the Dennis Lehane novel and starring Leonardo DiCaprio. Runn...

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    'Sex' Sells Short Films Online

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    An eve of Murray's Cheese

    Through a glass tile in the sidewalk in front of Murray's Cheese on Bleecker Street, you can glimpse an underground cave where cheese is aging. Tuesday night I was invited to tour the caves and sample delicious product. A group of us were given red chef's coats and hair-nets to prepare for a subte...

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    "Shutter Island" Heads To Another Decade

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    World Gone Wrong: "The Baader Meinhof Complex"

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    A "Kids In The Hall" Reunion Series!!?!

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    Calling Bill Paxton and Helen Hunt

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    Five Strange, Dead Basterds Copy My Headless Dad's Mutha Complex: Your Weekend Options

    The penultimate weekend of the summer movie season brings a (in)glourious mixed bag of specialty cinema to choose from: There's the wide release of Quentin Tarantino's "Inglourious Basterds" - which brings with it both Brad Pitt fighting some nazis, and The Weinstein Company's best shot at salvagin...

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