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    Trailer For Civil War-Set Escaped Slave Tale "Dog Jack" + Release Info

    It's titled Dog Jack, a film said to be inspired by Florence Biros's 1999 YA (Young adult) novel of the same name. Written and directed by Edward T. McDougal, and set during the Civil War, the film centers on "an escaped slave boy and his faithful dog who join the Union Army, never expecting to see ...

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    New Posters and Images Debut For 'Goon' (No, Not 'The Goon')

    Premiering at the Toronto International Film Festival this week is "Goon," a hockey comedy co-written by Jay Baruchel and Seth Rogen's writing partner Evan Goldberg, which, it should be noted, is not the David Fincher-produced animation adaptation of the Eric Powell comic book "The Goon" nor is it the two-part Kevin Smith hockey epic "Hit Somebody" (which will presumably be the "Che" of bawdy hockey comedies). What it is, as we noted when the red band trailer debuted, a mediocre-looking comedy about a hockey coach who recruits a thug (Sean William Scott) to stop a violence-prone opponent (Liev Schreiber), notable only for Schreiber's truly aw...

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    Be a (Super)man

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    Trailer For Doc "Michael Jackson: The Life of an Icon" + Official Release Dates

    In case you haven't already heard, a new feature documentary on the life and death of Michael Jackson has been in development and is now close to its actual release date.... on DVD & Blu-ray.

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    How Much Influence Do Movie Critics Have On Your Film Selections?

    It's an age-old debate regarding the real impact film critics and reviewers have. There are those that swear up and down getting specific reviewers to co-sign a film can equate, at the very least, critical success of a movie while others think those days are a bygone era.

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    RECAP: RESCUE ME, the series finale

    EDITOR'S NOTE: This article contains spoilers for the series finale of Rescue Me. Read at your own risk.

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    Steven Soderbergh Dances Around Retirement & Praises Jennifer Ehle In 'Contagion'

    Matt Damon, Laurence Fishburne, Jennifer Ehle & Writer Scott Z. Burns Discuss Intense Virus ThrillerSteven Soderbergh’s new film “Contagion” depicts a scenario where a deadly virus breaks out across the globe, inspiring fear and paranoia among even close friends and relatives. In spite of the film’s portrayal of the threat, which is as deadly as it is invisible as it is ubiquitous, several of the members of the cast and crew, including Soderbergh, Matt Damon, Laurence Fishburne, Jennifer Ehle, and screenwriter Scott Z. Burns seemed unafraid to sit down next to one another at a recent Los Angeles press day. That said, Soderbergh admitted that ...

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    "Raisin In The Sun"-Inspired Race/Class Struggle Drama "Clybourne Park" Coming To Broadway In 2012

    The Mountaintop, Porgy & Bess, Stick Fly, A Streetcar Named Desire, and now add Bruce Norris' play titled, Clybourne Park, which examines race relations in the 1950s and in modern-day Chicago, to the list of new (or revival) plays/musicals coming to Broadway in the next 12 months that prominently fe...

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