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    What Are You Seeing This Weekend? 'The Big Wedding' of 'Mud' & 'Pain & Gain' To Be Held In Theaters

    The spirit of adventure is strong for this weekend's slate of releases. We begin with the nostalgic and beautiful 1950s-era actioner about Thor Heyerdahl and his raft voyage across the Pacific Ocean -- exploring, so exciting! But there are also expeditions of a tamer, more modern sort. Michael Bay w...

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    'Cosmopolis, 'Goon,' 'Laurence Anyways,' & 'Stories We Tell' Land On Canada's Top 10 Of 2012

    Earlier this week, all across Canada, film fans lined up at their local Canadian Tire, to vote their favorite movie that the country produced. Okay, that didn't really happen, but a panel of industry types all cast their votes for Canada's Top Ten, which as you might guess, celebrates the fi...

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    GoDigital Partners With 108 Media on Digital Releases of 'Midnight's Children,' 'My Brother the Devil,' More

    GoDigital has partnered with Toronto-based 108 Media to handle digital distribution on all its films. Paladin will still release 108 Media films theatrically and via day-and-date theatrical and VOD in North America, as per the agreement they signed in August.

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    102 Reviews From the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival

    The Toronto International Film Festival continues through next weekend, but Indiewire has already reviewed a significant portion of the program at various other festivals over the past year.

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    TIFF Capsule Review: "Midnight's Children"

    Director Deepa Metha teams with Salman Rushdie for an adaptation of his 1981 novel, a lavish period drama about India's shift from British colonialism to independence through the eyes of a well-heeled young man. Reserved young Saleem (Satya Bhabha) is born on the historic night of August 15, 1947, which makes him into an insta-symbol for the country's first post-colonial generation. Initially unaware that his real parents' maid spared him from a life of poverty by swapping baskets in the infirmary, Saleem grows up not knowing that the combative, lower class Shiva (Siddharth) is the true heir to Saleem's fortune. As tensions...

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    Indie Rock Soundtrack Roundup: M83, Joan Of Arc, Black Mountain, Nitin Sawhney & More Go To The Movies

    Bit and bobs of soundtrack news surrounding a variety of musicians and bands have surfaced in the last few days, so we're just gonna round 'em up here.

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