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    Up in the Air

    Up in the Air is the best film I’ve seen all year. Frankly, that isn’t much of a compliment, so let me be clearer: this is mainstream moviemaking at its best. It’s entertaining, first and foremost, but it’s also thoughtful, timely, and provocative. The film has been...

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    Oscar Watch: The Hurt Locker's Bigelow Heads for Best Director

    It's not surprising that the Alliance of Women Film Journalists went with The Hurt Locker and Kathryn Bigelow as best picture and director (they threw a mess of other achievement prizes at her as well--she'd better show up). And gave Jane Campion some props for her Bright Star direction and screenpl...

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    AFI Names Top 10 Film & TV of '09

    The American Film Institute named its Top 10 films and TV programs of 2009 today.

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    BNAT Wrap: Kick-Ass Beat Avatar as Best-Received Film

    At the end of the 24-hour marathon of films at his annual Butt-Numb-A-Thon (BNAT), AICN web master Harry Knowles asked the 200 or so folks at the Alamo Drafthouse to declare their best film of the fest. Matthew Vaughn's Kick-Ass got a bigger response than Avatar, though both had their fans and it wa...

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    Boston Critics Go for The Hurt Locker, Renner, Streep

    Sunday is a big day for critics voting. We expect the Los Angeles Film Critics, AFI, and New York Film Critics Online, which is awarding most of their prizes so far to Quentin Tarantino's Inglourious Basterds, to announce their winners today.

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    Alfred Hitchcock Presents Ghost Stories For Young People/Famous Monsters Speak

    Alfred Hitchcock Presents Ghost Stories For Young People/Famous Monsters Speak

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    Walt Disney and the 1964 World's Fair

    I was a boy when the New York World’s Fair opened in 1964, and I will never forget it. Having never been to Disneyland, this was the next best thing, an elaborate exposition with foods and exhibits from foreign countries and, best of all, a handful of rides and programs created by Walt Dis...

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    "Messy, cacophonous, multi-lingual" European Film Awards Honors the Continent's Cinema

    The European Film Awards, now in their 22nd year, are decided on by the 2,000-plus members of the European Film Academy, which is physically based in Berlin. The German capital also hosts the awards ceremony every other year, though for its 2009 edition it passed the honor to the German town of Esse...

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    The Flight of the Conchords TV Show Is Over

    The Flight of the Conchords TV Show Is Over

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    The e-book battle over digital rights

    The e-book battle over digital rights

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