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    And Then There Were None: Critics on Death Watch

    I'm late to weigh in on the news that the Village Voice had axed film critic Nathan Lee earlier this week (which was neither as juicy nor as surprising as the in-fighting that followed on The Reeler). Word has it that revenues are way, way down at the chain and at least one of our friends at the LA ...

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    REVIEW | Tuckered Out: David Schwimmer's "Run Fatboy Run"

    Since the "chick flick" moniker continues to stick, it's only fair that male-targeted incarnations of the romantic comedy receive an equally derogatory nickname now that they're all the rage. I nominate "dick flicks" over David Denby's more diplomatic "slacker striver romance" designation -- certai...

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  • Gabe's Declaration of Principles
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  • REVERSEBLOG: the reverse shot blog
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    Poster of the Week

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  • THE BACK ROW MANIFESTO by Tom Hall
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    Boom!

    That singular moment when you realize you must be in Florida...

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    AP: NC film festival to honor Pam Grier

    Pam Grier will be honored next month during the RiverRun International Film Festival taking place in Winston-Salem, NC April 23 - 28. AP reports.

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  • "Boredom at Its Boredest" by Michael ...
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    "Meet Dave"

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    Meet The Bushes

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    indieWIRE INTERVIEW | "A Four Letter Word" Director Casper Andreas

    Director Casper Andreas' second feature film, "A Four Letter Word," stars Jesse Archer (who co-wrote the film with Andreas) as Luke, a gay man whose promiscuous ways are challenged when he falls for Luke (Charlie David). The film is Andreas' follow-up to 2004's "Slutty Summer," won best feature film...

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