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    Happy Birthday, Brittany Murphy. Here Are Performances to Remember Her By

    We will always miss the funny, zesty and diverse characters brought to the screen by the talented Brittany Murphy. Here are some scenes to remember the late actress by.

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    Watch: Robert Rodriguez Interviews Quentin Tarantino in Red Band 'The Director's Chair' Clip

    Naturally, this clip from an interview with two directors like Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez is not safe for work. Did you expect otherwise?

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    Strange August Box Office Weekend Boosted by Holdovers, 'Sin City' Bombs, Top Ten Chart

    Strange days have found us. Late summer weekends can yield weird results, but rarely like this. Six of the Top Ten positions changed from Friday, which is rare, as two of three new films declined steeply. Meanwhile several of holdovers enjoyed solid jumps. Last week's top two films switched position...

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    Watch: Indiewire Picks 9 Dames to Kill For In This Exclusive Video

    Eva Green burns up the screen as a dame to kill for in the sequel to "Sin City." Here are 9 other sizzling femme fatales, from the 1940s to today, worthy of the moniker.

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    How Joseph Gordon-Levitt Blew Up Frank Miller & Robert Rodriguez's Return to Sin City, 'A Dame to Kill For'

    It's hard to believe that it's been nine years since "Sin City." So much has changed and we're worse off, in many ways, which makes the timing just right to slip back into Frank Miller's deliriously noir hell hole. If anything, "A Dame to Kill For" is bolder yet more cohesive and emotionally involvi...

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    Review & Roundup: 'Sin City: A Dame to Kill For' Is Black, White and Flat All Over

    Frank Miller and Robert Rodriguez's "Sin City: A Dame to Kill For" promises more sex, violence, shadows and noir-y intrigue. As for the notices so far? Well, let's just say that the critics aren't finding the color palette the only thing about the film that's monotone.

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