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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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    Review: 'Mistaken for Strangers' Is a Rock Doc About The National -- Or Is It?

    While Tom Berninger's "Mistaken For Strangers" is technically rooted in the travels of successful indie rock band The National, it would be inaccurate to characterize it as a rock documentary.

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    Review: 'Jackass' Meets Michael Haneke With Grotesque Social Satire 'Cheap Thrills'

    The comedic thriller "Cheap Thrills" establishes a ridiculous premise early on and takes it to various extremes until you just have to accept the crazy venture on its own terms or simply give up.

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    Review: Felicity Jones and Guy Pearce Are Solid In 'Breathe In,' But Haven't We Seen This Movie Before?

    It's difficult to ascertain the intent of an artist from a single work, but Drake Doremos' gradually expanding filmography gives the impression of a skillful filmmaker more interested in gaming the system than doing anything fresh with it.

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