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    How 'Fading Gigolo' Illustrates the Best and Worst of Woody Allen Movies

    Intentionally or not, "Fading Gigolo" actually functions as something of a statement on Allen's persona—onscreen and off—as it has been understood in the public eye.

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    Tired Of Toothless American Comedies? Here Are Some Alternatives From Europe

    One must look far beyond Hollywood product for comedies that surprise.

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    Review: Why ‘Oculus’ Is One of the Scariest American Horror Movies In Years

    Much of the movie's chilly atmosphere involves the experiences of two characters in a room with one very ominous mirror.

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    Reality Checks: Why the Full Frame Documentary Film Festival Is More Relevant Than Ever

    As the landscape for documentaries in North America changes and expands, so, too, does the terrain for documentary film festivals.

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    Review: Why 'Joe' Is a Comeback for Nicolas Cage and David Gordon Green

    "Joe" is the very definition of a return to form.

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    How The Latest Season of 'New Girl' Went Downhill

    Jess and Nick have entered a fugue state of connubial bliss, and the results — one might argue — have sapped the energy of a once-dynamic sitcom.

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    How Turner Classic Movies Redefines The Idea of Classic Film

    What is classic film? The TCM Classic Film Festival has several answers, and all they're all valid.

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    Why John Hubley Was One of the Best Animators You've Never Heard Of

    Hubley gave audiences intimate glimpses into the lives of those who were often ignored by major animation studios.

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