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    Exclusive: Neil Burger Talks 'Limitless,' Working With Robert De Niro & Making Mid-Budgeted Sci-Fi

    With only four film deep into his career, filmmaker Neil Burger has been amassing a varied body of work. So far he's done mystical period drama ("The Illusionist"), a pseudo docum-drama about who killed JFK ("Interview With The Assassin"), an post Iraq War indie drama ("The Lucky Ones"), and now his...

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    Magnolia To Distribute "Tim and Eric's Billion Dollar Movie"

    "Tim and Eric's Billion Dollar Movie," the feature film debut of cult sensations Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim, has been acquired by Magnolia Pictures just as production on the film begins this month. Financed by 2929 Productions, with Gary Sanchez Productions and its Funny or Die Films banner co-...

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    Book Review: 'Sucker Punch: The Art of the Film' Fails To Excite

    For months now we've been bombarded with trailers for Zack Snyder's "Sucker Punch." These trailers have been elliptical, at least from a story point of view. Visually, they've been somewhat staggering – quick fire clips of attractive young girls in costumes that border on high-end fetish gear, battl...

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    Terrence Malick's Tree of Life: More Stunning Images

    UPDATE: Summit International has sent a legal letter asking TOH to take down the stunning images we posted from Terrence Malick's upcoming The Tree of Life, due in theaters on May 27 after its debut in Cannes. Fox Searchlight acquired the film for domestic release.

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    SXSW Review: Even Joseph Gordon-Levitt & Natalie Portman Can't Save The Oddly Off 'Hesher'

    In the immortal words of C&C Music Factory, "Hesher," a dark comedy/drama concoction from co-writer/director Spencer Susser, is very much a thing that makes you go "hmmmm." This might not be a bad thing (to tell you the truth we're still parsing through our thoughts on the film), but it certainly ex...

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    Charlie Sheen's Winning Recipes on Funny or Die: Tragedy or Comedy?

    Charlie Sheen's Winning Recipes from Charlie Sheen[FunnyOrDie]

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    SXSW Review: 'Paul' Delivers A Funny, Touching, Rewarding Journey

    The following is a reprint of our review from the film's UK release.

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    TV Review: "Sister Wives," Married to the Media

    How many wives does it take for a guy to get arrested?

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    The butcher, the baker, the amateur filmmaker – getting the language right...

    What's in a name? A lot more than we initially suspect, frankly. We have been talking about "what is "Indie"" for decades -- and probably will for decades to come. My attempt to define "Truly Free Film" has lead me to be called on the carpet more than once for not making TRULY Free Film (we can t...

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    Alec Baldwin Says He Lost Out On 'Patriot Games' Because Paramount Owed Another Actor Money

    Hint: It Was Probably Harrison FordIn a column for the Huffington Post, Alec Baldwin turned what was supposed to be a piece telling Charlie Sheen to show some remorse and beg to get his job back on "Two And A Half Men," into a much more interesting story about how he lost out on the Jack Ryan franch...

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