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    Daily Reads: How 'Seinfeld' is Modern Comedy's Biggest Influence, Dylann Roof Missed the Point of His Favorite Film, and More

    Plus: Martin Scorsese on the beauty of Carol Reed's "The Third Man," and Wesley Morris on the ugliness of "Ted 2."

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    Films Starring James Mason, Veronica Lake and Robert Mitchum Hit the Criterion Collection for April

    Peter Yates joins Criterion favorite directors Jean-Pierre Melville, Preston Sturges, Carol Reed, Jean Renoir and Yasujiro Ozu.

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    5 Things You May Not Know About 'The Third Man'

    Thirty-six years ago today, on April 25th, 1976, filmmaker Carol Reed passed away. One of the greatest directors ever to come out of the U.K, Reed started out as an actor, but gained fame as a writer-director in the late 1930s and 1940s, thanks to films like "Night Train To Munich," and the outstand...

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