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    Disney’s Nautilus Replicated

    Disney’s Nautilus Replicated

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    The Princess and the Frog

    The filmmakers who helped usher in the renaissance of Disney animation twenty years ago with The Little Mermaid have done it again with The Princess and the Frog. Here is a tuneful, entertaining, great-looking, hip, funny animated feature destined to the capture the hearts of young fans and Disney a...

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    The Johnny Crawford Dance Orchestra: Sweepin' The Clouds Away

    The Johnny Crawford Dance Orchestra: Sweepin' The Clouds Away

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    Bad Taste: Peter Jackson's "The Lovely Bones"

    I never read Alice Sebold’s novel The Lovely Bones, possibly because I didn’t spend enough time in airport bookstores in 2002. So I can’t say whether or not Peter Jackson’s film version fails out of excessive reverence to its source material, or because it’s not faithful enough. But I can say with total confidence that it is a failure, and a conspicuous one at that. Arriving near the end of an Oscar season already flush with egregious offenders, from the glibly pandering (Up in the Air) to the earnestly dull (Invictus), Jackson’s film stands out in its strident commitment to bad ideas. Click here to read the rest of Adam Nayman's The Lovely B...

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    Oscar Watch: Fifteen Films Up for VFX Oscar

    James Cameron's Avatar will win the best VFX Oscar. But that doesn't mean that 14 other semi-finalists won't try to get nominated for three slots. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced the 15 films (on the jump).

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    Up in the Air: Opening Sequence

    One of my favorite opening sequences from a movie is Jason Reitman's for Up in the Air, which sets the tone perfectly for the movie. It's a swinging cover of "This Land is Your Land" and was designed by Shadowplay. It was devilishly hard to shoot. I asked Reitman about this; his full answer is on th...

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    James Schamus: "[The] assertions here are unequivocal, hurtful, and remarkable"

    indieWIRE received the following from James Schamus this week, in a response to a recent indieWIRE article that mentioned "Brokeback Mountain." We are publishing his comments in their entirety.

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    Is This It?

    Is This It?

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    Rachel Maddow Vs. An "Ex-Gay"

    Rachel Maddow Vs. An "Ex-Gay"

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    cinemadaily | Herzog, What Have Ye Done?: "My Son" in Theaters

    Hot on the heels of "Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans," "My Son, My Son What Have Ye Done," Werner Herzog's other 2009 film, opens today. And to hear critics tell it, this one (produced by fellow oddball David Lynch) actually looks, against all odds, to be the stranger of the two.

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