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    FUTURES | "Blue Meridian" Director Sofie Benoot Sends Her Camera Down the Mississippi

    Age: 26Hometown: born in Bruges, lives in Brussels, Belgium

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    WEEKEND PREVIEW: Ratner's Tower Heist Set to Topple Indie Docs & Dramas

    Brett Ratner's timely Tower Heist taps into anti-Wall Street sentiment and is just what you'd expect: competent, breezy, escapist entertainment. The well-cast Madoff-inspired comedy--which stars Ben Stiller, Matthew Broderick, Tea Leoni, Alan Alda and Eddie Murphy in a supporting comeback...

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    "Tower Heist" Is a Celebration of How Much Money It Will Make. Here Are Some Alternatives.

    It's harder to imagine a meatier -- and more wasted -- ensemble than what Brett Ratner has at his disposal in "Tower Heist." In theory, what we have here is a potentially entertaining payback story about blue-collar New Yorkers who unite against the affluent resident (Alan Alda) of a Manhattan high-...

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    In His Own Words | Nick Hamm Shares a Scene from "Killing Bono"

    Below director Nick Hamm shares a scene from "Killing Bono," starring Ben Barnes and based on Neil McCormick's memoir "Killing Bono: I am Bono's Doppelganger." "Killing Bono" opens in limited release Friday, November 4.

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    Theron, Reitman, Cody Talk Young Adult: Go-for-Broke Screenwriting, Assholes Don't Change, C Word

    After the sixth and final pop-up screening of Jason Reitman's Young Adult Tuesday night at Los Angeles' New Beverly, Reitman, writer Diablo Cody and stars Charlize Theron, Patton Oswalt and Elizabeth Reaser did a Q & A. TOH! guest blogger Beth Hanna reports highlights from the convers...

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    A 1954 Movie Collectible—In 2011

    I wouldn’t have thought there was a market for Grace Kelly dolls, but I’m wrong. She’s been Barbie-ized, and the latest in Mattel’s series of collector dolls features her in a famous Edith Head high-fashion outfit from Alfred Hitchcock’s classic Rear Window!

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    INTERVIEW | Dennis Farina Talks Going Subtle in "The Last Rites of Joe May"

    At 67, veteran character actor Dennis Farina ("Out of Sight," "Midnight Run," "Get Shorty") has played his fair share of weathered tough guys. In Joe Maggio's "The Last Rites of Joe May" (out this Friday, November 4), he plays another -- but this time, the Chicago-born actor takes center stage.

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    The 2011 AFI Fest Filmmakers | Clay Liford: Taking a Stand in "Wuss"

    Wuss-noun (slang): A weak, cowardly or ineffectual person.

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    Chinese Star Li Bingbing Talks "Snow Flower and the Secret Fan," Our DVD Pick of the Week

    Award-winning actress Li Bingbing might not be a household name in North America, but in her native China she's one of the country's brightest stars. Best known there for her work the romantic comedy "Waiting Alone," China's 2008 bid for the Best Foreign Film Oscar "T...

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    The 7 Indie Films You Must See This November

    The 7 Indie Films You Must See This November

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