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    How 'Kroll Show' Celebrates Dumb Television

    "Kroll Show" parodies what it loves.

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    'Nymphomaniac' Isn't the Only Recent Movie About Sexually Confused Youth. What Gives?

    The inclusion of sex, orgiastic portrayals of nudity and partying, shocking proximity to violence and tantalizing obsessions with celebrity in stories about today's youth are especially apt when one considers the context of the world these characters inhabit.

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    Are These the Next Master Filmmakers From Around the World? Lessons From New Directors/New Films

    The program provided a broad international survey of international cinema that's anything but consistent. And that's part of the reason why this was one of its strongest editions in recent memory.

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    Review: Why 'Under the Skin' Is Scarlett Johansson's Craziest Performance

    A totally wacky head-trip with midnight movie sensibilities and a daring avant garde spirit, Jonathan Glazer's movie owes much to Johansson's strangely erotic, unnerving performance unlike anything she has done before.

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    Will 'How I Met Your Mother' End In Tragedy?

    A great deal of evidence points to the Mother (Cristin Milioti) being dead by the end of the episode.

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    Darren Aronofsky Strikes Again: Here Are 5 Ways 'Noah' Is Just Like 'The Fountain'

    Darren Aronofsky's "Noah," which stars Russell Crowe as the titular ark-builder, is nothing if not ambitious. It's a film whose scope is matched by its fidgety experimentalism. It's a movie that pretends to be a biblical epic in the style of something like "The Ten Commandments," but features a sequ...

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    Indiewire Picks Free Movies: 'Cesar Chavez' Is a Start, But What About Immigrant Struggles Today? Try Sean Baker’s 'Take Out'

    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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    Review: Why 'Alan Partridge' Isn’t Just For Steve Coogan Fans

    Who is Alan Partridge? Few Americans may know, but Partridge is something of a comic icon across the pond.

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