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    Breaking the Silence, Sort Of: Whit Stillman's DAMSELS IN DISTRESS

    Wherefore art thou, O Whit Stillman? Though never exactly a blur in motion, the minor auteur managed to generate three hyper-stylized, hyper-talky meditations on manners, morality and money throughout the ‘90s—the last of which, "Last Days of Disco," proved his best known and arguably finest.

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    Sony Picks Up 'The Mortal Instruments' & Dates It For August 23, 2013 Release

    With "The Hunger Games" killing everything in its sights at the box office, Sony has decided to get serious about its adaptation of "The Mortal Instruments," which has the potential to become a "Twilight"/"Hunger Games"-esque franchise, but perhaps even bigger. Or, at least, longer. Like the other a...

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    VIDEO ESSAY: 2001/The Dawn of Blood

    Paul Thomas Anderson is a director who wears his cinematic influences on his sleeve.

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    Introducting "Lost Boy" Austin Dale

    Introducting "Lost Boy" Austin Dale

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    'The Hunger Games' Star Wes Bentley Spied Shooting Scenes With Christian Bale For Terrence Malick's Upcoming Film(s)

    Terrence Malick is well known for shooting endless amounts of footage, most of which we'll never see, but it seems for this upcoming duo of movies "Knight Of Cups" and the tentatively titled "Lawless," not only can he not turn off the camera, celeb friends are popping up ever...

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    Watch: Black Widow Kicks Ass While Tied To A Chair In Clip From 'The Avengers'

    "The Avengers" are assembling in a matter of weeks, which means the marketing onslaught will be kicked up slightly, which means that today we're getting the first clip from the film...and it's a touch disappointing.

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    'Under African Skies' Leads Cleveland Film Festival Winners

    The 36th Cleveland International Film Festival wrapped up this weekend, offering 165 feature films and an overall attendance of 85,018 -- a 9% increase over last year.

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    Have You Seen That Mary J. Blige Burger King Commercial? Well You Can't Now

    In what must be a new land-speed record, Burger King has pulled their new spot with Mary J. Blige from the internet and television, after endless complaints hit the media and the internet, calling it everything from "cooning," to something "that has taken black people back 60 yea...

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    1978 Musical Drama "Stony Island" Comes to DVD for the First Time Ever

    34 years after its original release, Stony Island, the debut feature by Andrew Davis (The Fugitive, Under Seige, Collateral Damage), will be available for the first time on DVD and digital download platforms on April 24.

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    Controversial Acclaimed Doc "Scenes of a Crime" Held Over in New York for One More Week

    New York audiences will have at least one more week to see Scenes of a Crime, the documentary by Grover Babcock and Blue Hadaech following the interrogation of a man for the murder of his young son.

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