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    Watch: New International Trailer For 'Killing Them Softly,' Brad Pitt Says It's "A Call For Responsible Capitalism"

    When the squeeze is on, everyone suffers. That is just one of the overarching themes of Andrew Dominik's "Killing Them Softly," a hard-boiled crime tale that has bigger thematic ambitions. Brad Pitt stars as Jackie Cogan, a hitman and enforcer who subcontracts out a kill and watches as...

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    Due To Popular Demand, 'The Iran Job' Extended 1 More Week At IFC NYC (See It While You Can!)

    Good news for those in New York City who haven't been able to see it yet, since it opened at the IFC Center last weekend; it's apparently been doing very well, and has been extended for a second week (if it wasn't doing well, it would've had its 1-week run, today would've be...

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    Jews in the News: Three Films on the Holocaust: Three Generations

    Recently three outstanding pictures have come out that deal with the first, second and third generations of survivors of the Shoah. The issues being dealt with in all three are memories of individuals and collective memory, as seen through the prism of the ever changing present. How can the future ...

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    5 Character Posters For 'Django Unchained'; Dennis Christopher Says It's "Quentin Tarantino Doing Gone With The Wind"

    With a new trailer dropping just over a week ago, the only question left is: will Quentin Tarantino's "Django Unchained" deliver? On the one hand, this could be a tired retread of the same themes, tropes, influences, etc. we've seen from the filmmaker for his entire career. Or...

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    La La Anthony Joins Cast Of David E. Talbert's Rom-Com 'Baggage Claim'

    La La Anthony has joined the cast of playwright/director David E. Talbert's rom-com, Baggage Claim, for Fox Searchlight, based on his best-selling debut novel about a flight attendant with thirty days and thirty thousand miles to find a husband.

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    Watch: Full Omnibus 'The Fourth Dimension' Featuring Harmony Korine & Val Kilmer's 'Lotus Community Workshop'

    There's not much you need to know about the omnibus "The Fourth Dimension" except that it features a short directed by Harmony Korine, and starring Val Kilmer as a motivation speaker who has awesome secrets. And while it might seem like the kind of film that would have to finish doing ...

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    Chiwetel Ejiofor Will Play Patrice Lumumba In Aimé Césaire's 'A Season In The Congo' At Young Vic

    Chiwetel Ejiofor is returning to his stage roots next summer, when he'll play the Congolese nationalist hero Patrice Lumumba, in poet and political activist Aimé Césaire's play, A Season in the Congo, at the Old Vic in London, next summer.

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    Tyler Perry's Alex Cross Will Get Cross Again In 'Double Cross'

    Somebody's feeling confident. With "Alex Cross" currently sitting at a Rotten Tomatoes score of 30% and 35 over at Metacritic, you might think that the attempt to relaunch the character of Alex Cross -- played previously by Morgan Freeman in "Kiss The Girls" and &qu...

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    Ziggy From 'The Wire' Replaces Nate Parker In Spike Lee's 'Oldboy'

    Whether you like it or not there’s a U.S. remake of “Oldboy” on the way. Some will find comfort in the fact that it’s being brought back to the screens by Spike Lee, but others will never be won over that this is a good idea. The big names attached to the project (which is cu...

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    Sequel To 'Alex Cross' Based On 'Double Cross' Already In The Works; Tyler Perry Returning To Star

    I hope you're sitting down for this one guys because, a report just hit the web stating that a sequel to Alex Cross (starring Tyler Perry), is apparently in the works, even though the first film of the Tyler Perry era hasn't been released yet (it's out this weekend).

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