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    TIFF Capsule Review: 'Thanks for Sharing'

    The directorial debut by "The Kids Are All Right" co-writer Stuart Blumberg, this ambitious comedy-drama about three men coping with sex addiction hits notes all the way up and down the scale. Often effective if inevitably erratic, the result finds room for everything from broad comedy to moments that strive for the darkness of "Shame," Steve McQueen’s far more severe take on the same subject. Mark Ruffalo gets the meatiest of the three central stories as Adam, a Manhattanite whose firm hold on his personal demons is tested when he falls for Phoebe (Gwyneth Paltrow), a woman who doesn’t know about his past. ...

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    Gwyneth Paltrow Joins Mark Ruffalo & Tim Robbins 'Kids Are All Right' Writer's 'Thanks For Sharing'

    Stuart Blumberg's career really took off last year. While the screenwriter did have good credits to his name (the terminally underrated teen comedy “The Girl Next Door,” and "Keeping the Faith," starring his good friend Edward Norton), he wasn't exactly a household name. By the end of the year, tha...

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    Tim Robbins Joins Mark Ruffalo In Sex Addiction Comedy 'Thanks For Sharing'

    Considering that the majority of his best-known roles are in the somewhat-serious likes of "The Shawshank Redemption" and "Mystic River," it's easy to forget that Tim Robbins is a prodigious comic talent. At the start of his career, he appeared mostly in comedies, both good ones ("The Sure Thing," "...

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    Catherine Zeta-Jones & Judy Greer Are 'Playing The Field' With Gerard Butler

    'The Kids Are All Right' Writer Stuart Blumberg Penned Newest Draft Of ScriptThe field is getting crowded (terrible pun, fully intentional) for Gerard Butler's upcoming soccer comedy "Playing the Field" as 24 Frames reports that Catherine Zeta-Jones and Judy Greer have also joined the film that also...

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    Mark Ruffalo To Reteam With 'The Kids Are All Right' Writer Stuart Blumberg On 'Thanks For Sharing'

    While the lion's share of the acclaim for Lisa Chodolenko's "The Kids Are All Right" went to the two leads, Annette Bening and Julianne Moore, the ensemble in general were terrific, with fine performances from Mia Wasikowska, Josh Hutcherson and Yaya DaCosta, and most notably, one of the best perfor...

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