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    Roger Corman, Major Artist: 'Corman's World' Makes the Case

    Roger Corman has maintained a reputation as the B-movie master for half a century, but it's a distinction that has come at the cost of wider appreciation. "Corman's World: Exploits of a Hollywood Rebel" looks to counter that conclusion by exploring Corman's influence on contemp...

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    From Curly To Cobra Woman, On DVD

    While news articles report the decline of the once-robust DVD market, film buffs and collectors have occasion to rejoice. More rare, obscure, and once-unattainable titles are being released now than ever before, from the camp classic 'Cobra Woman' with Maria Montez to Larry Cohen’s 'The Private File...

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    How to Make a Ten Best List

    'Tis the season when ten best lists start rolling in. I smile when I get my first Christmas card, always from John Waters (Highland, Maryland), whose Ten Best is in Art Forum, natch, and below. Kris Tapley and I delivered ours in this week's Oscar Talk podcast; I'll publish mine and the ...

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    Sundance, Swinton, Green, Madonna: This Week on Indiewire

    This week on Indiewire, Sundance unveiled the last of their lineup, we sat down with Tilda Swinton and David Gordon Green to talk about their latest projects, Variety made a surprising announcement and much more. NEWS Variety Launches IMDb Competitor Want the name of the second assistant...

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    Young Adult

    I heart Young Adult.  I heart it because it is an awesome and original story.  I heart it because Charlize Theron hits it out of the park as the horribly bitchy Mavis a woman stuck in her high school self because that was when she was queen.  You know when you look at the male footbal...

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    TONY DAYOUB: TINKER TAILOR SOLDIER SPY is a worthy remake filled with lonely characters

    The tall, athletic man introduced earlier in Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy as British Intelligence officer Jim Prideaux (Mark Strong) walks into a classroom and begins to write his name on the chalkboard. Only he does not write the name we’ve come to know him by. The typically garrulous young males atte...

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    Why Irish Fighting Doc 'Knuckle' Gained Interest From Hollywood and HBO

    "Knuckle," documentarian Ian Palmer's portrait of Irish families constantly engaging in bare knuckle fights, generated immediate industry buzz when it premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in January. HBO expressed interest in adapting its fierce, absurdly proud subjects for a fictional cable show...

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    Review: 'Sherlock Holmes: A Game Of Shadows' An Engaging, Entertaining Sequel Brimming With Charisma & Top Notch Action

    If “Sherlock Holmes” was the first movie to properly capitalize on Robert Downey Jr.’s career resuscitation after “Iron Man” became a mega-success, then “A Game Of Shadows,” its follow up, is the first sequel to understand how to sustain his appeal without a...

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    What to See, What to Skip: New Reviews This Week

    While "New Year's Eve" is poised to do solid business this weekend, don't worry; there are a slew of speciality releases opening to counter the star-studded stinker. Below get an idea of what's worth you money by reading the reviews published this week on Indiewire and our blog network.

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    Review: Understated & Powerful Documentary 'Knuckle' Is A Knockout

    Given the recent explosion of mixed martial arts in the last several years, it seems like a no-brainer that someone would make a documentary about real-life pugilists who don’t just fight but have a real, deep-rooted beef with one another. But Ian Palmer’s documentary “Knuckle&rdqu...

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