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    Poster of the Week

    The Sailor Who Fell from Grace with the Sea, a.k.a. Kris Kristofferson's Enormous Gumby Legs. Those shadow-puppet hands and their disproportionately large digits, those centaur-like calves, that stern Zeus-ish expression: though ostensibly a dreamlike romance (my best guess from the not-subtle "their love will arouse you" promise at the top) with Yellow Submarine overtones, the film could be mistaken for a horror experiment, based on the nightmare-inducing curves of this monstrous pastel one-sheet. Perhaps the best clue comes from the even-creepier-than-those-of-Psycho demands listed in dangerous red at the bottom: "Like the act of love, this...

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    Michelangelo Antonioni's 'Identification Of A Woman' Leads Criterion's October Slate

    It's the middle of the month, which means the good folks over at the Criterion Collection have lifted the veil on a new batch of releases that are set to hit in October. For those purists of the label who have been decrying some of their more contemporary and/or "populist" choices of late, they will...

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    Harry Potter 8's First Day at the Box Office: Will the Weekend Slay Dark Knight's Record?

    Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 charted a record midnight domestic estimate of $43.5 million from 3,800 sites, unseating previous champ The Twilight Saga: Eclipse which had earned $30 million in the slot, reports Anthony D'Alessandro.Bowing abroad on Wednesday in 26 countries, Deathly H...

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    iPOP | This Week on the Scene: Premieres Rock Manhattan, Miranda July Congratulates iW & More

    It might be summer but there was certainly no lull in the Manhattan social scene this past week.

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    'Inglourious Basterds' Star Daniel Brühl Circling Niki Lauda Role In Ron Howard's 'Rush'

    Before he came known to film fans on this side of the ocean for his turn as Fredrick Zoller in Quentin Tarantino's "Inglourious Basterds," savvy cinema lovers already knew that Brühl was an actor of incredible talent. He broke out with the one-two punch of "Goodbye Lenin!" and "The Edukators." He followed that up with a solid turn in the WWII drama "Joyeux Noel" and in the indie "2 Days In Paris," but Hollywood finally came calling, as he landed a role in "The Bourne Ultimatum." But the actor doesn't seem to be in any rush, nor particularly interested, in bagging roles in U.S. just for the sake of it, but when Ron Howard comes calling with a ...

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    Get To Know Your Rabbit: Animator Eric Goldberg On Creating 'Winnie the Pooh's Sidekick

    Of the myriad of pleasures to be hand from this weekend's outstanding "Winnie the Pooh" is to see the classic characters that you've grown to know and love, living and breathing once more – in traditional, hand-drawn animation, no less! Since computer animated films have taken over the multiplexes (...

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    Report: Netflix Plans to Be in UK, Spain by Early 2012

    With its American users still reeling over Netflix price hikes, Variety reports that the entertainment delivery service already has its eye on Europe.

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    In Theaters: Bid Adieu To Harry & Pals In 'Deathly Hallows Part 2' Or Take A 'Pooh'

    Break out your wands and Gryffindor scarves, people! It's time to bid adieu to Harry Potter and pals in the conclusion of this eight film series this weekend. I don't care that it's the dead heat of July, put your damn wizarding cloaks on and get thee to a theatre right quick. Beat back those feisty...

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    Lars Von Trier's 'Melancholia' Will End The World With Sadness On November 11th

    With Lars Von Trier going all Mel Gibson (kind of but not really, but his big mouth is his own worst enemy) at Cannes in May, you'll be forgiven for forgetting that he was there to present his latest effort, the epic tale of sadness and apocalypse "Melancholia." The film was picked up by Magnolia lo...

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    Happy Birthday, indieWIRE!

    Happy Birthday, indieWIRE!

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