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    no go for "go go"

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    SF360: Drinking up "Coffy" and other tales of female revenge

    Thank god for the movies and their ability to exploit some of our ugliest fears and desires, turning forbidden fruits like revenge into horrifying, yet cathartic experiences. While one may not partake in it during one's own lifetime, many viewers will happily pay nine plus dollars to see it containe...

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    The Guardian: Jet Li calls for Chinese censors to relax grip

    One of China's biggest stars, Jet Li, has spoken out against the heavy film censorship in his homeland which means many Hollywood films never make it into cinemas. Li, who started making films in Hong Kong before moving to Hollywood, hit out on his blog. He said the need for realism, insisted on by ...

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    'core truths

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    REVIEW | Panic Button: Chris Gorak's "Right at Your Door"

    In his book on the Apollo 11 moon landing, "Of a Fire on the Moon," Norman Mailer wondered whether, in addition to providing wish fulfillment, dreams might act as psychic simulation chambers "where the possible malfunctions of life tomorrow and life next year could be tested, where the alternate pla...

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    high school weekend

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    Guardian Interview: Jamie Bell

    Jamie Bell was 13 when he shot to fame as "Billy Elliot." Since then, he's been living out of a suitcase, making movies with Clint Eastwood and Peter Jackson--and reading instruction manuals for fun. "It seems like the boyish era is coming to an end," he says, with the weird distance of one who has ...

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