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    Tribeca Review: Joss Whedon-Scripted Romance 'In Your Eyes' Is Ideal For His Microbudget Studio

    The second micro budget effort from Whedon's company is a welcome alternative to his bigger endeavors.

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    There's a New Joss Whedon Movie, and You Can Watch It Now

    The world premiere of the Whedon-scripted "In Your Eyes" was followed by the announcement that it was immediately available for online rental.

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    Tribeca Review: Joss Whedon’s ‘In Your Eyes’ Gamely Fluctuates Between Sappy And Sincere

    Before he became one of the more powerful filmmakers in Hollywood, Joss Whedon was known for his quips. These were rattled off and recited by a series of characters who all spoke in the same easily identifiable, highly stylized, pop culture-infused geek language of Whedon himself. (Whedon’s best col...

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    Recap: 'Game of Thrones' Season 4 Episode 3 'Breaker of Chains' Delivers More Questions Than It Answers

    Have we all recovered from the shock of last week’s turn of events? Have you been put off red wine and pie forever? As a fun curio, here's Jack Gleeson lecturing on celebrity culture at Oxford, dropping Baudrillard and Weber like nothing. Turns out Joffrey doesn't hate reading after all. I enjoyed a...

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    Review: Hank & Asha - Cyber Postcards of Impossible Love

    Sharply executed and taking advantage of this surrealist virtual era, James E. Duff’s tiny delight Hank and Asha finds warmth in such ephemeral connections through screens.

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    Tribeca Review: 'Match' Starring Patrick Stewart, Carla Gugino & Matthew Lillard

    In the fitfully entertaining “Match,” Patrick Stewart is Tobi, an experienced dance instructor who has arrived in New York City after a whirlwind globe-trotting lifestyle. His days are spent working with students craving approval and attention, barking orders through his thick brogue. When he return...

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    Review: Quentin Tarantino’s ‘The Hateful Eight’ Roars To Life Onstage With Samuel L. Jackson, Kurt Russell, Bruce Dern & Many More

    For those entering the sold out live read of Quentin Tarantino’s “Hateful Eight” last night expecting a funerary sendoff, they were instead met straight away with a correction: the event, held at Downtown L.A.’s stunningly renovated Ace Hotel, was simply a public work-in-progress.

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    Review: Picturesque, Patience Testing 'The Italian Key'

    There are moments, while watching a movie for the first time, when you feel like your attention span is being stretched. It's normal—it happens all the time. And in this day and age it's more rare if you're not thinking about five things at once than if you're just thinking about one or two. Roger E...

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    Once in a Lifetime 'The Hateful Eight' Live Read with "Tarantino superstars!"

    "These are the Tarantino superstars!" the writer-director cried. The audience roared to its feet as already announced Tarantino regular Samuel L. Jackson strode onto the stage, script tucked under his arm, all in black with a black straw hat and a cigarette. He dominated the proceedings as a pipe-sm...

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