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    Review: Why 'Godzilla' Is a Fascinating Attempt to Reconfigure the Hollywood Blockbuster

    Just as the reptilian beast keeps battling ahead, the movie attempts to wrestle outrageous material into something worthy of serious consideration.

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    Review: Is the Heady Johnny Depp Tech Thriller 'Transcendence' Ahead of Its Time?

    Wally Pfister's debut is a heady science fiction effort that smartly explores mankind’s vulnerabilities in the information age.

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    Jonathan Glazer on Getting 'Under the Skin' of Scarlett Johansson and Why He Reads His Bad Reviews

    It's been a decade since iconic music video helmer Jonathan Glazer's entrancing sophomore feature "Birth," a film that drew both boos and applause at its world premiere in Venice. That film has since amassed a cult following. His third feature "Under the Skin" drew the same response in Venice last y...

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    Indiewire Picks Free Movies: Looking for a Musical Comedy and Don’t Care For Muppets? Try ‘The American Astronaut’ Instead

    Every week, Indiewire chief film critic Eric Kohn singles out a movie available for free streaming from our parent company SnagFilms' library and tells you why you should watch it now.

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    SXSW: Ethan Hawke on What Makes For Good Sci-Fi and Why Robert Redford Isn't That Great An Actor

    Over two decades into his career as a screen actor, Ethan Hawke is now in demand more than ever. Just last year he experienced the biggest box-office opening of his career with the surprise smash hit horror "The Purge," and now Hawke is at SXSW with not one, but two films: Richard Linklater's "Boyho...

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    SXSW Review: Why 'The Infinite Man' Is an Exemplary Time Travel Comedy

    The Australian romcom is part of a rare breed that uses the constant pileup of future and past events to enhance its humor and intelligence at once

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    Sundance Review: 'The Signal,' From the Director of 'Love,' Suffers From Convoluted Sci-Fi Trickery

    It's hard to pinpoint exactly where does William Eubank’s "The Signal" goes from being an alluring and contained science fiction thriller into a full blown parade of slow-motion-driven visual effects.

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    From a Planetary Discovery to Reincarnation: Mike Cahill Returns to Sundance with 'I Origins'

    In 2011, the Sundance Film Festival witnessed the emergence of a new filmmaker with a particular voice, one that has a talent for creating affecting human stories within the context of the science fiction genre. Mike Cahill's "Another Earth" put him under the spotlight of the independent cinema worl...

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    Sundance Review: Mike Cahill Follows Up 'Another Earth' With More Insightful Science-Faith Babble In Michael Pitt Vehicle 'I Origins'

    "I Origins" is like a knock-off of "The X-Files" that grounds its admittedly preachy science-versus-faith battles in subtler moments.

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    2013 S&A Highlights: Page to Screen - SciFi and Fantasy Films

    In addition to my love for romantic comedies, and basically anything that falls under the label of “chick flick” (which I talked about here), I rarely miss the opportunity to see a good science fiction or fantasy film, and I’m an avid science fiction reader. Among the science ficti...

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