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    AFI Fest Review: Mark Wahlberg Wears a Poker Face in Uneven 'The Gambler'

    Rupert Wyatt remakes the 1974 film with solidly entertaining, if somewhat underwhelming, results.

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    AFI Review: 'The Gambler' Remake Aims High, Falls Short

    Rupert Wyatt did a great job with "Rise of the Planet of the Apes." But his follow-up movie, a remake of James Toback's 1974 "The Gambler," is a disappointment.

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    Clint Eastwood's 'American Sniper' Will Screen at AFI Fest

    The Eastwood directed war drama and possible Oscar contender stars Bradley Cooper and Sienna Miller.

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    Why 'Goodnight Mommy' Is an Arthouse Shocker Best Seen Cold

    Catch RADiUS-TWC's 'Goodnight Mommy' at AFI Fest if you can stomach it. But this shocking auteur horror film out of Austria is best seen with a clear head—and an empty stomach.

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    Watch: Oscar Contenders Keaton and Norton Dissect Acting in 'Birdman' at AFI Fest

    Michael Keaton and Edward Norton sat down at AFI Fest in Los Angeles to field 'Birdman' questions and reveal their anxieties as actors. Watch two clips from the conversation here.

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    Meet the 2014 AFI Filmmakers #6: Bas Devos' 'Violet' Shows How a Young Man Deals With Grief

    Bas Devos spoke to us about the process of making "Violet," a film that follows a 15-year-old who must cope with his friend's murder.

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    How European Film Award Nominee '10,000 KM' Captures Modern Love as Few Films Have Before

    Carlos Marques-Marcet's lovely first feature '10,000 KM' captures the pains of long-distance romance as few films have before. This SXSW breakout is now a European Film Award nominee, and plays AFI Fest in Los Angeles this week.

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