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    TIFF 2014 Review: 'The Good Lie' is Carefully Designed to Inspire, But Not So Much to Enlighten

    The real stars of the film, written by “Boardwalk Empire” scribe Margaret Nagle and helmed by Canadian director Philippe Falardeau, are first-time Sudanese actors Arnold Oceng, Emmanuel Jal, Ger Duany, and Kuoth Wiel, who play Sudanese refugees attempting to rebuild their lives after winning an immi...

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    LatinoBuzz: Diego Luna On Bringing His Documentary Film Festival to L.A. & Directing a New Film

    Almost a year ago, we first told you that Ambulante — the traveling documentary film festival founded by Diego Luna, Gael Garcia Bernal, Elena Fortes, and Pablo Cruz — would cross the border into the U.S. almost ten years after its first edition in Mexico. Finally, the long-awaited rock tour of docu...

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    The Films of Oliver Stone, Ranked Worst to Best

    Three time Oscar-winning writer/director Oliver Stone turns 68 today. In honor of the filmmaker's birthday, we've ranked his films, from worst to best.

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    Criticwire Survey: 'Gotham,' Jane the Virgin' Lead List of Most-Anticipated Fall TV

    Critics tell us what they're most looking forward to in the fall TV season.

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    Vanishing Talent: Tim Sutton on His Ethereal Film "Memphis"

    Structured like a collection of vivid memories rather than being controlled by a strict narrative arch, Tim Sutton’s “Memphis” is an experiential work that attempts to create a visual representation of a state of mind.

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    TRAILER: "The Hero of Color City"

    The Hero of Color City is opening October 3rd via Magnolia Pictures. Directed by my Asifa-Hollywood colleague Frank Gladstone and featuring vocals by Christina Ricci, Wayne Brady, Rosie Perez, Craig Ferguson, Owen Wilson and Sean Astin. Pretty good for a film aimed pre-schoolers and being released t...

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    Guest Post: Honeymoon, Bloody Unicorns and Spumoni

    How well do you know the person you re sharing your life with?

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    TIFF 2014 Review: Few Movies Have Given Female Characters Such Prominence & Agency as in 'The Keeping Room'

    Despite its few narrative flaws, 'The Keeping Room' is a necessary addition to on screen depictions of the American Civil War

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    TIFF 2014 Review: 'Top Five' is Chris Rock's Funniest Movie in Years - If Not Ever

    While imperfect, its meta-like narrative, parodying both Hollywood and the real-life Rock, it’s accessible but adventurous, intelligent but not overly self aware.

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    8 New Indies Streaming on Netflix Now: 'Filth,' 'Your Sister's Sister' and More

    Looking for something to watch tonight? Look no further. We've got you covered with this list of indies that are new to Netflix.

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