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    Louisiana Shines in Tavernier's "Electric Mist"

    The Bayou in southern Louisiana takes center stage in director Bertrand Tavernier's latest, "In the Electric Mist," starring Tommy Lee Jones, John Goodman, Peter Sarsgaard and Mary Steenburgen. In the film, Jones plays Dave Robicheaux, a local detective hunting down a serial killer responsible for the death of several young women. After returning from a horrifying crime scene, he meets Hollywood star Elrod T. Sykes, currently in town shooting his latest film financed by local mobster "Baby Feet" Balboni. Elrod tells Dave he's seen a decomposed black man in chains in the marsh of the bayou, which unleashes a painful memory of a previous case f...

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    'Into You' Will Be #1 Without A Bullet

    'Into You' Will Be #1 Without A Bullet

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    Slam Dunk for Digital Distribution.

    Slam Dunk for Digital Distribution.

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    Watchmen, Wolverine Invade New York Comic Con

    Watchmen, Wolverine Invade New York Comic Con

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    Fanboy Fervor in the Internet Age.

    Fanboy Fervor in the Internet Age.

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    Katie Couric Continues To Prove Herself

    Katie Couric Continues To Prove Herself

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    What Happened in '08, and Why It Would Make a Good Movie.

    What Happened in '08, and Why It Would Make a Good Movie.

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    Movie of the week: La Maison en petits cubes

    Movie of the week: La Maison en petits cubes

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    Candid Cline and 'Fanboys'

    Candid Cline and 'Fanboys'

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    Sub-Par: Tykwer's "International" Opens Berlin With A Whimper

    It's a pretty easy equation, all things considered. "Opening Night film equals shite," muttered a British colleague, as we stood in the lobby of the Hyatt Hotel in Potsdamer Platz, about an hour before the first press screening at this year's Berlin Film Festival.

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