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    Berlin Review: German Klondike Western 'Gold' Is 'Meek's Cutoff' For Dummies

    A universe away from the German bounty hunter roaming the Old West in "Django Unchained," the European adventurers in "Gold" hail from a more traditional playbook. Director Thomas Arsland's watchable oater only maintains a uniqueness for the sheer presence of German characters involved in a plight m...

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    Damonisms at the Berlinale: Matt on Ben, the Reception of 'Promised Land' and the Long-Delayed New Berlin Airport

    While Gus Van Sant's "Promised Land" -- starring and written by Matt Damon and John Krasinski -- has already come and gone from US theaters, it made its international debut in official competition at the Berlin International Film Festival. With that came an extremely entertaining press...

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    Joseph Gordon-Levitt in Berlin: "The size of the movie isn't so important. It's who's making it and why they are making it."

    A few weeks after its debut at the Sundance Film Festival (where it earned strong reviews and was quickly picked up for wide release by Relativity), Joseph Gordon-Levitt's "Don Jon's Addiction" has made its way across the Atlantic to the Berlinale, where it's screening in the f...

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    Berlin: Damon on Affleck’s ‘Rough Spot,’ 'Promised Land'’s Bomb, and Berlin’s Airport Debacle

    At a press conference following the screening of his and Gus Van Sant’s "Promised Land" at the Berlinale today, Matt Damon was asked what the chances of Ben Affleck’s "Argo"winning the Academy Award, and if he was tired of talking about his friend and business partner. “His life is so interesting, I...

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    Division Division: 'Caesar Must Die'

    When there's no critical consensus on a movie, the film gets sent to Criticwire's Division Division where we measure the arguments on both sides.

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    Berlin Review: Matt Porterfield’s ‘I Used To Be Darker’ Has Empathy To Burn But Lacks Urgency

    In between the big events that mark our lives -- the births, the deaths, the falling-in-loves, the breaking-ups, the runnings-away, the reconciliations -- there often exists a kind of pause moment. And it’s one such moment that Matt Porterfield’s Sundance-approved third feature, “I Used to be Darker...

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    Let’s Talk About Gender and Women Directors at the Berlin International Film Festival

    This year’s Berlin Film Festival kicked off yesterday—screening over 400 films—19 of which are in competition.

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    Berlin Review: 'It's All So Quiet,' A Tender Tale of Death and Farming From Nanouk Leopold

    Not much happens in "It's All So Quiet," a tender portrait of middle-aged frustrations set on a desolate farm, but nearly every moment is steeped in deep sadness. Dutch filmmaker Nanouk Leopold's adaptation of Gerbrand Bakker's bestselling novel moves with such extreme patience...

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    Watch Pirate Bay Documentary 'TPB AFK' Online For Free (Of Course)

    It's only fitting that "TPB AFK: The Pirate Bay Away From Keyboard," a documentary about Peter Sunde, Fredrik Neij and Gottfrid Svartholm (who's currently in prison in Sweden), the founders of the notorious file sharing site and copyright lawsuit magnet The Pirate Bay, would e...

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