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    Pick Hit: Raunchy R-Rated Comedy 'Neighbors,' Starring Rogen, Byrne & Efron, that Even Critics Love (RED BAND TRAILER)

    Universal Pictures smartly debuted "Neighbors," a raunchy, R-rated comedy starring Seth Rogen and Zac Efron as the titular domestic warmongers, at SXSW 2014, where it picked up great word-of-mouth from festival-goers and critics alike. But the best thing in the movie is Rose Byrne. The films opens M...

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    The 2014 Indiewire Tribeca Bible: Every Review, Interview and News Item Posted During Run of Festival

    Indiewire is on the scene at the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival, covering the acquisitions, interviewing the talent and reviewing the hot titles. Indiewire has compiled a list that breaks down all of our extensive coverage. Keep checking back to read the latest interviews, reviews, news and more. The fe...

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  • The Playlist
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    Review: 'Small Time' Starring Christopher Meloni & Dean Norris Barely Gets The Engine Running

    As a veteran writer on shows like "24," "Nikita," "The Commish" and "Miami Vice," director Joel Surnow surely knows how to create an hour of television that keeps moving. So it makes it all the more curious that his skills abandon him for his feature debut, "Small Time," which gathers up a couple of...

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    Tribeca Review: You've Never Seen a Gang Movie Like the Startlingly Realistic 'Five Star'

    As a sociological experiment, "Five Star" offers plenty of talking points, but its real triumph is a gritty foundation of realism.

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    Review: Nailah Jefferson's Doc 'Vanishing Pearls' Chronicles Tragic Impact of Environmental Disaster (Opens Today!)

    Through carefully researched data, in-depth interviews with black oysterman, Gulf researchers, marine biologists, and the very face of the BP claims disaster Ken Feinberg, Jefferson crafts a deeply involving portrait of how strong, communal interests can be overtaken by corporate greed and incompete...

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    Here Are All the Movies Opening Today, April 18th (and a Few From Wednesday). What Will You See?

    Nearly 20 more titles arrive this weekend! Here are the details on all of them.

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    Tribeca Review: Why the Moody Drama 'Gabriel' Is Rory Culkin's Best Performance

    When we first see Rory Culkin in the opening minutes of "Gabriel," the feature-length debut of Lou Howe, there's an alarming uneasiness to his presence.

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    Review: Mindless And Harmless '13 Sins' Starring Mark Webber & Ron Perlman Fails To Thrill

    Real human beings take a certain kind of sadistic pleasure in watching fictional human beings suffer. As long as it's from a safe distance, and it's not affecting you or yours on any level, watching man turn into beast right before your very eyes could feel almost empowering. Just think about the mo...

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    Fading Gigolo

    "Fading Gigolo" is a sweet, bracingly original, wholly entertaining film from John Turturro with a plum part for none other than Woody Allen.

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    REVIEW: Katsuhiro Otomo's "Short Peace"

    At a time when too many American animated features have a homogenized look, Katsuhiro Otomo’s striking anthology feature Short Peace serves as a reminder that artists have only begun to explore the visual potential of the art form. The film opens today in over 50 theaters in the United States.

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