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    Sundance ‘10 | Amir Bar-Lev Deconstructs the Hero Myth in "Tillman Story"

    Following up on his 2007 documentary "My Kid Could Paint That," Amir Bar-Lev returns to the Sundance Film Festival with "The Tillman Story," about the professional football player who gave up his "career to join the Army Rangers in 2002—and became an instant symbol of patriotic fervor and unflinching duty. But the truth about Pat Tillman is far more complex, and ultimately more heroic, than the caricature created by the media. And when the government tried to turn his death into war propaganda, they took on the wrong family. From her home in the Santa Cruz mountains, Pat’s mother, Dannie Tillman, led the family’s crusade to reveal the truth b...

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    The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus

    Over the years, Terry Gilliam has become something of a brand name, leading moviegoers to expect a generous display of visual razzle-dazzle and an offbeat sensibility; the problem often lies in his story or screenplay. The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus, written by Gilliam and his frequent coll...

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    I don't wanna talk about it...

    I don't wanna talk about it...

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    HBO Has "Sins"

    HBO Has "Sins"

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    Oscar Duel: Do Sci-Fi Films Like Star Trek Belong in Race?

    In this dueling blog, Moviefone.com Oscarologist Jack Mathews and I discuss the recently-announced Producers Guild of America nominations and ask the question, do such sci-fi movies as District 9 and Star Trek, which made the PGA's 10-best ballot, really belong in the Oscar Hunt?

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    Crazy Heart

    Crazy Heart is the movie equivalent of comfort food; reassuring, familiar, and easy to digest. It’s Jeff Bridges performance that makes it special...but then, he’s reason enough to see almost any movie. (He’s the best thing about the season’s most disappointing movie, The Men Who Stare At Goats.) He...

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    NFL Playoffs: Deja Vu All Over Again

    NFL Playoffs: Deja Vu All Over Again

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    Matthew Goode Calls Out Weinsteins' Handling of "Single Man"

    Matthew Goode Calls Out Weinsteins' Handling of "Single Man"

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    3 More Sundance Films Set for Immediate VOD Debut

    Three more films from this month's Sundance Film Festival will have an immediate VOD debut out of this year's event. Coming to Rainbow Media's Sundance Selects label (run by IFC Films) during the Sundance fest are Michael Winterbottom and Mat Whitecross's "Shock Doctrine,&q...

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    Oscar Watch: DGA Noms Analysis

    The big news in today's Directors Guild nominations was the selection of Precious director Lee Daniels, the DGA's first African-American nominee, over Invictus' Clint Eastwood.

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