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    Review: 'Gracepoint' vs. 'Broadchurch,' or the Problem with Remakes (TRAILERS)

    Though cut from the same cloth, "Broadchurch" is simply extraordinary while "Gracepoint" is practically poisonous: an object lesson in how not to remake television.

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    Review: 'The Knick,' Steven Soderbergh's Master Class in Historical Fiction

    Far beyond the confines of the surgical field, Soderbergh's immersive work of art redefines the aesthetic possibilities of the period drama.

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    Review: 'Gotham,' Fox's Whiz-Bang Antidote to Superhero Fatigue (TRAILER)

    Fox's stellar new police procedural/comic book mash-up imagines Gotham City as a garish funhouse, sketched in the style of midcentury graphic art.

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    Emmy Watch: Flying Under Awards Radar, 'Mad Men' Still Soars

    As the final season of "Mad Men" begins, freelancer Freddy Rumsen (Joel Murray) speeds through a sleek, cinematic pitch for Accutron watches, selling the fantasy of time harnessed, exploited, made beautiful. He's selling, in a sense, "Mad Men" itself. "It's not a timepiece," his tagline goes. "It's ...

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    Emmy Watch: 'Masters of Sex' Is One of the Best Shows on Television. Will Voters Notice?

    The first season of Showtime's "Masters of Sex" received five Emmy nominations last month, including Lead Actress (Lizzy Caplan) and Guest Actress (Allison Janney). Can the series' excellent sophomore run, currently airing Sunday nights at 10, boost its chances of winning?

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    Emmy Watch: The Decline and Fall of 'Downton Abbey'

    As hulking and lavish as the Titanic, "Downton Abbey" appears unsinkable -- especially when it comes to Emmy voters and fans. But the series, whose first episode began with news of that famous ship's North Atlantic disaster, is not immune to rough seas. Does the disappointing fourth season of "Downt...

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    Why James Franco Stays So Busy: 'A lot of people are unnecessarily slow. It drives me crazy.'

    With his adaptation of Cormac McCarthy's dark novel opening this week, the actor-director explains the connections between all his work behind the camera.

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    How to Promote 'A Most Wanted Man' Without Philip Seymour Hoffman: Anton Corbijn on the Hard Experience

    Director Anton Corbjn ("Control," "The American") sat down with Indiewire to discuss the experience of working with Philip Seymour Hoffman on his latest thriller "A Most Wanted Man," and what's it's been like to do press for the film without his leading man by his side. The film, based on John Le Ca...

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    Emmy Watch: Learning to Love 'Game of Thrones'

    The first time I quit "Game of Thrones," in the midst of the prolonged setup that plagued season one, it came as a relief.

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    Audrey Tautou and Michel Gondry on Critics and the Overwhelming Experience of Making 'Mood Indigo'

    Over a year after opening their first collaboration "Mood Indigo" in their native France, Audrey Tatou and director Michel Gondry were on hand in New York lcasast week to discuss their visually audacious adaptation of Boris Vian's popular 1947 novel "Froth on a Daydream."

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