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    Now and Then: In TCM Battle of the Blondes, Who Comes Out on Top?

    Now and Then: In TCM Battle of the Blondes, Who Comes Out on Top?

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    My Week With Marilyn

    The sad reality that I admitting to here is that I really don't know much about Marilyn Monroe. Here's what I knew before I saw the film.  She died of a drug overdose realtively young.  She sang happy birthday to JFK in the 60s and supposedly had an affair with him.  She seeme...

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    Addictive British Mysteries—dvd reviews

    I love a good mystery and this DVD set includes a number of stories I’ve never seen. While we are all familiar with the adventures of Agatha Christie’s famous crime-solving characters, Miss Jane Marple and Hercule Poirot, the real “find” here is 'Tommy & Tuppence, Partners In Crime'.

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    Fox Sneaks We Bought A Zoo; Early Reviews

    With theatrical box office more important than ever, the studios have gone back to a tried-and-true method of building word-of-mouth for movies they believe in--sneak previews. Disney has sneaked "War Horse" twice now, and Paramount threw "Young Adult" into key markets as well. S...

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  • The Playlist
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    Review: Feel-Good & Earnest 'We Bought A Zoo' Hits All The Heartwarming Notes

    Pitched somewhere between an earnest and romantically idealistic chronicle of loss and hope and a poignant examination of grief and bitter pains of family, Cameron Crowe's "We Bought A Zoo," occasionally still slathers it on too thick with the saccharine sentimentality and telegra...

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    Jason Segel's THE MUPPETS proves it's time for Kermit & Co. to pack it in

    In his effort to revitalize the brand, Jason Segel exposes his fondness for the Muppets as boldly as he exposed his naked body in Forgetting Sarah Marshall. No hidden agendas here, The Muppets is packed with full-frontal nostalgia that suggests not just Segel’s desire to relive the magic of yesterye...

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    Review: Edward Yang's 'A Brighter Summer Day' A Wonderful, Classic Piece Of Cinema

    Review: Edward Yang's 'A Brighter Summer Day' A Wonderful, Classic Piece Of Cinema

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    My Week with Marilyn Review: Williams and Branagh Scintillating; New Clips & Promo Image

    My Week with Marilyn Review: Williams and Branagh Scintillating; New Clips & Promo Image

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    Never Seen A David Cronenberg Movie? Start With "A Dangerous Method" And Work Backward

    David Cronenberg's movies are known for oozing subtext beneath layers of freaky genre excess, digging into the mysterious crevices of human behavior. His latest movie looks downright tame by comparison. But the secret appeal of "A Dangerous Method," a keen look at the relationship betw...

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    Review: Cronenberg's 'A Dangerous Method' An Insightful Look At Sexuality & The Mind

    The recent career of David Cronenberg has been an interesting thing to watch. Having made his name with a very particular, icky brand of fetish-happy body horror, he hasn't dipped back into that well for a decade now, preferring instead to take his obsessions and use them to spice up what in oth...

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