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    Estimates: "Hours" Powers Box Office Bloom (UPDATED)

    After last weekend saw disappointing openings of anticipated specialty entries like "Rudo y Cursi" and "Outrage," filmgoers made amends with the indie box office weekend, helping two new films find $20,000+ per theater averages.

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    Ressurections: Star Trek

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    Miyazaki's "Ponyo" To Close LAFF

    Hayao Miyazaki's "Ponyo" will close this year's Los Angeles Film Festival on Sunday, June 28 at 6:30 p.m. at the Mann Village Theater. Japanese animation legend Miyazaki latest, inspired by Hans Christian Andersen's fairy tale "The Little Mermaid," is already a box-office success in Japan. It fol...

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    R.I.P. Rodger McFarlane

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    Art-house Crowd Pleaser: Loach Lightens Up with "Looking for Eric"

    In 2006, British director Ken Loach won Cannes' top prize with a bracing chronicle of the Irish Republican Army's struggles against the British in the 1920s. Three years later, he's come up with a film that couldn't be more different in tone and subject matter - a lighthearted dramatic comedy about ...

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    Antichrist: Follow-up

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    ROUND UP IV: "A Prophet" Sets The Bar; "Antichrist" Goes Too Far?

    Of the competition films that descended on Cannes this weekend, Jacques Audiard's "A Prophet" was certainly the one met with the most acclaim - setting itself up as a potential Palme d'Or frontrunner. "Audiard’s 'A Prophet' has already been compared to Scorsese’s nearly twenty year old 'Goodfellas' ...

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    Off The Edge: The Primal Power of Von Trier's "Antichrist"

    With "Antichrist," Lars Von Trier fully lives up to his reputation as an outrageous provocateur and master image-maker. Love it or hate it, boo it or applaud it-as audiences did both simultaneously after the world premiere here in Cannes-the film is the most shocking of the festival so far, with cri...

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