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    Paper Magazine Critic Goes Contrarian, Names ‘12 Years A Slave’ Worst Film Of 2013

    While we’re mostly celebratory around these parts, a considerable aspect of our year-end cinematic reflections has been dredging up those unspeakable films long since forgotten for one final verdict—think “Violet and Daisy,” “I Give It A Year," or “The Big Wedding." We compiled our 20 favorite abomi...

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    Podcast: The Playlist Talks 'Gravity', Focus Features, Quentin Tarantino's Top 10 & More

    On this latest episode, host Erik McClanahan is joined by Editor-In-Chief Rodrigo Perez, Managing Editor Kevin Jagernauth and for the first time, Features Editor Jessica Kiang to talk about "Gravity." Warning, SPOILERS abound in this podcast so don't listen unless you've already seen the film or don...

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    Blu-Ray Review: Extensive Deleted Scenes & More Make Xavier Dolan's 'Laurence Anyways' Worth Revisiting

    "People think it's a transgendered documentary or something, but for me, it's a love story, more than anything," director Xavier Dolan said this past spring during The Museum Of Modern Art: Modern Mondays presentation of his latest film, "Laurence Anyways." And while the subject matter, bold styliza...

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    Your Week in Streaming: From Dolan's Punk Spirit to Ruiz's Final Farewell, TIFF Essentials on VOD (TRAILERS)

    With the Toronto International Film Festival coming up this month, here are some essential films from the TIFF archives now streaming across VOD platforms.

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    Watch Xavier Dolan On Stage at MoMA Discussing His New Film, His First Time In Cannes, and His Unabashed Love For 'Jumanji'

    Xavier Dolan's third feature film "Laurence Anyways" is finally making its way to U.S. theaters this weekend, but before you see it (which you most definitely should), check out these three clips of Dolan's chat with the Museum of Modern Art's Rajendra Roy and Indiewire's own Peter Knegt during MoMA...

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    Here Are the New Indies (Hopefully) Playing In a Theater Near You: 'Byzantium,' 'I'm So Excited,' 'Laurence Anyways' and More

    Gemma Arterton hits theaters for the second weekend in a row (following last week's "Unfinished Song"), this time as a vampire; a new documentary teaches us the real roots of punk, and Pedro Almodovar's latest opens. Here's a list of the indies opening this week, with synopses courtesy of the distri...

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    Exclusive: Watch The Opening Sequence From Xavier Dolan's 'Laurence Anyways' Plus Full List Of All The Songs In The Film

    Forget Xavier Dolan's age, forget the charges of overindulgence or reckless ambition and even forget the subject matter, a transgender relationship chronicled across a full decade. If you're looking for one of the most powerful and moving love stories you'll see all year, carve out some time and tra...

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    Review: Xavier Dolan's Epic 'Laurence Anyways'

    "The sky's the limit," Fred (Suzanne Clement) says when she's asked about what people will say when her boyfriend Laurence (Melvin Poupad) decides to become a woman. It's 1989 and she believes that her generation is ready to handle transsexuality -- and perhaps they are -- but as both Fred and Laure...

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    This Weekend: Head to 'The Heat' and 'Laurence Anyways,' Skip Emmerich's Latest Disaster 'White House Down'

    This weekend, the movie to see is Paul Feig's buddy cop comedy "The Heat" starring Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy, but you may want to skip Roland Emmerich's latest blow-em-up spectacle "White House Down."

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    The 10 Indie Films You Must See This June

    From William Shakespeare by way of Joss Whedon to Paris Hilton by way of Sofia Coppola (sort of), check out Indiewire's picks for your 10 best options, and then check out June's full calendar, as there are many worthy films that didn't end up making this list (including some studio efforts).

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