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    Why Are So Many Indie Movies Set In Brooklyn?

    Once was a time when Brooklyn was a bit exotic. When iconic sites (Coney Island, Red Hook, Brighton Beach) showed up in movies, they usually symbolized the borough's ethnic vigor and a kind of throwback authenticity signifying the “real” New York, as opposed to the churning glass-and-steel Moloch of...

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    If You Haven't Heard of French Director Bertrand Tavernier, Here's a Good Place to Start

    At 72, Tavernier shows no signs of slowing his eclectic experimentation.

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    10 Films We Want To See At New Directors/New Films

    Here are the best films from emerging talents that we've seen from this year's lineup.

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    A Christian Critic Defends 'Wolf' and 'Nymphomaniac': 'These movies tell the truth'

    With the release of the classic bible-story film "Noah" next week, Christians are gearing up to head to the theater. Between the close scrutiny the film has already received and the debates as to how much it aligns with the Bible, religious audiences are eager to weigh in on how much truth is here, ...

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    SXSW Review: Producer Spike Lee's 'Evolution of a Criminal' Forces You to Change Perspective

    In this emotionally compelling documentary from executive producer Spike Lee, the unique filmmaker puts a new spin on an unreliable narrator.

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    Memo to Distributors From Indiewire's Film Critic: Buy These SXSW 2014 Movies

    At the time of this writing, several of this year's highlights remain without a home. With the roar of the music dying down and crowds receding from the streets, now's an ideal time to consider these options with a sober perspective. Click the movie titles to read more reactions from the Criticwire ...

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    Review: Jason Bateman's 'Bad Words' Puts a Vulgar Twist on Spelling Bees, Invites 'Bad Santa' Comparisons

    Jason Bateman has described his directorial debut, "Bad Words," as "'Bad Santa' with spelling bees," a comparison so evident in the material that it's practically a remake. The actor's step behind the camera, in which he plays a bitter 40-year-old who crashes a national children's spelling bee by am...

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