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    Starting This Friday: 'Foxy, The Complete Pam Grier,' A Retrospective At Lincoln Center (NYC)

    I was watching Foxy Brown again last night, and remembered that this starts this week - on Friday to be exact! So I thought I'd post a reminder for all you New Yorkers, or those of you who'll be in New York this weekend! Something to do...

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    Contest Giveaway: Blu-ray Copies Of Paolo Sorrentino's 'This Must Be The Place' Starring Sean Penn & Frances McDormand

    After making its world premiere at the 2011 Cannes Film Festival and playing U.S. theaters this past November, "This Must Be The Place" comes out on DVD and Blu-ray this week. The film is the English-language follow-up to Paolo Sorrentino's critically lauded "Il Divo," which was nominated for the Pa...

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    Watch: Revisit The Cinema Of Andrei Tarkovsky With Video Essay 'Life As A Reflection'

    Slow and meditative, and tackling weightier themes that touch upon the spiritual, metaphysical, and the nature of dreams and memory, the cinema of Andrei Tarkovsky may not be for everyone, particularly in this age of blockbusters. But for the discerning cinephile, looking for greater depth and meani...

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    Trailer For Doc 'Gideon's Army' (On Idealistic Public Defenders Working In Deep South)

    A fascinating documentary that I saw a couple of months ago, while it was premiering at the Sundance Film Festival, on a subject that I wouldn't have ever even considered as a documentary topic; needless to say, I'd really appreciated, was informed and even entertained by it.

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    Warner Bros. to Release 20-Film Comedy Box Set for 90th Anniversary, Includes Cary Grant Classics, Marx Brothers, Mel Brooks

    Warner Bros. celebrates its 90th anniversary in 2013, and to mark the occasion is releasing five box sets throughout the year, with 20 films each highlighting the best of the studio's output. First up: the Comedy Collection, including such unbeatable classics as Howard Hawks' "Bringing Up Baby," ...

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    Happy National Hitchcock Day, From 'Vertigo' Topping 2012's Sight & Sound to 'Bates Motel'

    March 12 is National Hitchcock Day, celebrating the Master of Suspense and his oeuvre of films.

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    Zoe Kravitz Books Role In Lionsgate's Adaptation Of 'Divergent'

    Zoe Kravitz has signed up to co-star in Divergent, Summit/Lionsgate’s adaptation of Veronica Roth’s YA novel of the same name.

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    Watch: Ryan Gosling & Eva Mendes Meet In Front Of The Ferris Wheel In Clip From 'The Place Beyond The Pines'

    A traveling motorcycle stunt rider probably isn't the best guy to pin the hopes of a stable family life around, but that's the situation in which Romina (Eva Mendes) finds herself in "The Place Beyond The Pines." Ryan Gosling's Luke has a good heart but a vagabond spirit, and the crushing reality of...

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    Steven Spielberg Still Hoping 'Adventures Of Tintin' Sequel Hits In 2015, Says 'The Blue Lotus' Will Likely Be Part Three

    Oh yeah, "The Adventures Of Tintin." The proposed franchise based around the internationally famed Hergé created character seems even more quaint now, than it did then, especially in the explosion of more muscular series like the Marvel universe has pulled together or fare like the "Fast & Furious" ...

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    Watch: Get Drafted With 3 Clips From 'G.I. Joe: Retaliation'

    Heavy on the brawn, light on the brains – the “G.I. Joe” franchise is back. Manned with the usual selection of muscle headed talent, and the odd addition of Bruce Willis (guess he had bills to pay), the second instalment, “G.I. Joe: Retaliation,” is stepping up its promotion with the release of thre...

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