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    THE GOLDEN AGE OF AMERICAN TALKIES: 1930

    The Blue Angel (Josef von Sternberg)The Dawn Patrol (Howard Hawks)Monte Carlo (Ernst Lubitsch)Morocco (Josef von Sternberg)Not So Dumb (King Vidor)Liliom (Frank Borzage)Part Time Wife (Leo McCarey)Murder! (Alfred Hitchcock)The Royal Family of Broadway (George Cukor)Laughter (Harry D’Arrast)All Quiet...

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    Claire Denis And Isabelle Huppert Talk Inspiration And Structure Of 'White Material'

    If there ever were a body of work that not only begged but necessitated repeated viewings, it would be the oeuvre of Claire Denis. With an output that is often thematically dense and structurally fragmented, Denis is one of the few directors going today whose films will guarantee a best-of slot in any given year. Her latest releases, "35 Shots of Rum" and "White Material," have been some of her strongest works yet with the latter nominated for the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival and opening this week through IFC Films. 'Material' marks the first collaboration between her and the brilliant thespian Isabelle Huppert, and we had the cha...

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    Watch: First Trailer For Duncan Jones' Sci-Fi Action-Thriller 'Source Code'

    An unexpected surprise this Friday evening with the first trailer for Duncan Jones' sci-fi action-thriller "Source Code" finally being unveiled.

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    Tom Christie Ends 15 Year Stint at LA Weekly

    It's hard to imagine the LA Weekly without Arts Editor Tom Christie. When I first met him in the mid-80s his hair was still black and he was working for California Magazine editor Harold Hayes (Esquire) at what eventually morphed into Los Angeles Magazine.

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    Awards Season: The Best Docs of 2010 Won't Win an Oscar

    By my count, Lixin Fan's "Last Train Home" and Laura Poitras' "The Oath" are the two best documentaries of the year. Yet, neither will be nominated for a Best Documentary Oscar this year.

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    Review: 'Made in Dagenham.'

    Review: 'Made in Dagenham.'

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    Watch: New Clip From David O. Russell's 'The Fighter' With Mark Wahlberg & Christian Bale

    Set to hit theaters in just a few weeks, we now have our first clip from David O. Russell's "The Fighter," a film that may end up factoring into this year's Oscar race.

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    Watch: New Trailer For 'The Green Hornet' Gets It Right

    We -- along with pretty much everyone else -- have been Debbie Downers on Michel Gondry's forthcoming "The Green Hornet," and with good reason. The early footage and trailers failed to impress and the late stage announcement of 3D didn't exactly help matters, but hot on the heels of some positive te...

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    So Hot Right Now, Pt. 1: The Go-To Guys On Everyone's Casting Wishlists

    Get Ready To Hear These Names Again and Again and Again, For Roles They May Or May Not TakeSomething odd's been going on in Hollywood in recent months. If you're a regular reader of this site, or indeed, any site, you'll have noticed a number of big stories cropping up with lengthy lists of actors a...

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    Daniel Day-Lewis To Play Abraham Lincoln In Steven Spielberg's 'Lincoln'

    Will Hit Theaters Fall 2012Daniel Day-Lewis is set to play one of the most iconic figures in American history, landing the role of Abraham Lincoln in Steven Spielberg's long-gestating passion project "Lincoln."

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