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    Ken Loach To Direct Post-WWII Doc 'Spirit of 45' Plus New Photos From His Upcoming 'The Angels Share'

    Director Ken Loach has always strived for realism in his socially-conscious films, so it's no surprise that his next project is a documentary about socialism. Enjoying the most prolific decade of his long career, the 75-year-old director's last film, the 2010 drama-thriller "Route Irish...

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    Watch Samuel L. Jackson In Action In new Clip From Suspense Thriller "Meeting Evil"

    The story goes... When John Fleton, a depressed suburban family man and recently fired realtor, offers to help a stranger, Richie, with his car, John is sucked into a surreal, nightmarish murder spree that forces him to question everything about his life, his mode of behavior, and the very natu...

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    Sneak Preview: Shonda Rhimes' Scandal

    Thanks to Shonda Rhimes next week will be a milestone week. It will be the first time in 30 years that a single African American woman will be the lead on a network TV show. (Jada Pinkett Smith was the lead on Hawthorne on cable) The show -- Scandal -- is based on the life of Washington "fixe...

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    Review: HBO's Fantasy Epic 'Game Of Thrones' Returns For A Satisfying Sophomore Season

    Ever since HBO changed the landscape of television dramas back in the late 90s, a dozen other networks have stepped up to try to follow in their footsteps with their own challenging, original programming. So how does the pay cable network stay ahead of the pack? By taking risks that no other ne...

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    Review - Halle Berry In A Skimpy Bikini Wasn't Enough To Keep Me Interested In "Dark Tide"

    It opens in limited theatrical release today; reposting my review...

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    Watch: 3 Clips From 'Cold Light Of Day' With Bruce Willis, Henry Cavill & Sigourney Weaver Plus New Pics

    Well, even though it won't hit theaters stateside until the fall, "The Cold Light Of Day" actually rolls into theaters in the U.K. next weekend, and as such, a bunch of new stuff has hit the web to get the word out across the pond.

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    VODetails: 'The Corridor'

    This horror film and Fantastic Fest alum is now available on VOD. Is it worth checking out?

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    Activist Filmmaker Robert Greenwald Attacks Koch Bros, "Worst of 1%"

    Robert Greenwald's documentary resume now offers a near complete litany of right-wing scourges: He's gone after, most famously, Fox News ("Outfoxed"), the Iraq War ("Iraq for Sale: The War Profiteers"), and Wal-Mart ("The High Cost of Low Price"), and he'...

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    Turn Me On, Dammit! - written and directed by Jannicke Systad Jacobsen

    This is a repost of a review written after seeing the film at the 2011 Tribeca Film Festival.  The film opens in NY today.

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    GREY MATTERS: Chaos Is Here To Stay

    When a movie turns into the biggest film that isn’t a sequel or a remake in Earth’s history, you can bet that Hollywood is going to figure out what made that film such a billion dollar baby. That movie is Gary Ross’s "The Hunger Games," and the most easily utilized element of that film is something...

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