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    "Kinyarwanda" Shows the Good and Bad of Cinematic Therapy

    The Rwandan genocide is more than a backdrop for the ensemble drama "Kinyarwanda." It puts a face on the victims and their oppressors with an earnest desire to work though the country's demons -- if not attempting to expel them, then at least coming to terms with the human component on...

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    Long Trailer for The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo

    Prepare yourselves.  It is almost here.  This wil hopefully hold you for a little while.

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    Talking "Shame" With Michael Fassbender and Steve McQueen

    From the moment it debuted at the Venice Film Festival, everybody has been talking about Steve McQueen's "Shame."

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    Watch: Liam Neeson Has A Special Set Of Skills To Fight Nature & Wolves In New Trailer For 'The Grey'

    Roles for older actors are tough to come by, so when Liam Neeson had a surprise smash hit with the low rent thriller "Taken," he took his new bad boy persona and ran with it. With roles in "The A-Team" and "Unknown" making the most of his new status as action star (of s...

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    Felicity Jones Will Play Charles Dickens' Mistress In Ralph Fiennes' 'The Invisible Woman'

    Felicity Jones Will Play Charles Dickens' Mistress In Ralph Fiennes' 'The Invisible Woman'

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    Interview With Julia Leigh - Writer/Director of Sleeping Beauty

    I was able to chat with novelist and now filmmaker Julia Leigh about her film Sleeping Beauty in September at the Toronto Film Festival.  Here is our conversation.

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    Netflix Is Trying To Tell Us Something About Eddie Murphy

    While now I have to admit that yes, I was searching through "gay and lesbian comedies" in hopes of finding something to watch on Netflix last night... But a funny thing happened on the way to "The Birdcage":

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    What Does It Mean To Be A "Sundance Rock Star"?

    That's the question I asked myself shortly after assembling the gallery of filmmakers featured in several recent Indiewire articles about the festival's upcoming lineup. The term sprang to mind because I immediately started compiling a list of notable directors in this year's program. Th...

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    Plot Details Emerge For Steven Soderbergh's Thriller 'The Bitter Pill' Penned By Scott Z. Burns

    Yes, everyone, Steven Soderbegh is still retiring/taking a hiatus from moviemaking. While the thriller "The Bitter Pill" is indeed a new film on the way from the director, he's only making it because he loves the Scott Z. Burns script, but secondly, it fits into some free space he has ...

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