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    Is 'World War Z' Too Smart For Its Own Good?

    In "World War Z," not many brains get munched, but plenty of people use them.

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    GAME REVIEW: "The Last Of Us"

    Naughty Dog, the developers behind the Uncharted series, have released their latest game,The Last of Us, for the Playstation 3. This is far and away the best game of this generation of games. Here is my review.

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    L.A. Film Fest Review: 'Winter In The Blood'

    It’s been over a decade since twin brothers Alex and Andrew Smith’s film “The Slaughter Rule,” starring Ryan Gosling, debuted at the Sundance Film Festival in 2002, and their follow up film, “Winter in the Blood” returns them to their home state of Montana, this time focusing on a young and troubled...

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    Review: Disney/Pixar's 'Monsters University'

    When Disney/Pixar’s “Monsters Inc” was released way back in the fall of 2001, it was easily the studio’s warmest and endearingly heart-tugging feature. But “Monsters Inc,” in its vision of a monstrous universe that derives its power from children’s screams, was also the studio’s most self-contained ...

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    Here Are the 5 Docs to See from Sheffield, From Scientology to Nipple Play

    While Sheffield Doc/Fest is known for its MeetMarket and great European (especially British) and American industry presence, the festival has also developed an exciting digital media program (which has made its way into the festival's tagline) and a capable main slate of films. Five films, four of ...

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    Here Are the 5 Must-See Discoveries at BAMcinemaFest 2013

    Here's a look at some of the other BAMcinemaFest titles that may not have generated as much attention as others, but still deserve singling out.

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    Stealth Netflix Arrival: Matthew Rhys in Clever Suspense Film 'The Scapegoat'

    If you like Matthew Rhys as the Americanized KGB agent in FX's terrific 80's spy series The Americans, and think he might be even more dashing with his natural-born British accent, then Netflix is streaming a film for you. In The Scapegoat, set in 1952 and based on a Daphne du Maurier story, he...

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    Review: Sofia Coppola's 'The Bling Ring' Starring Emma Watson

    American cinema seems preoccupied with the emptiness of excess, at least in the first half of 2013. Baz Luhrmann luxuriates in the meaningless wealth of "The Great Gatsby," while Harmony Korine put his own twisted spin on the dark soul of the American dream in "Spring Breakers." And now comes Sofia ...

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    DVD REVIEW: "Adventure Time" Seasons 1 and 2

    Adventure Time is one of those properties that taps right into what its audience is looking for at just the right time. Though there is undoubtedly an adult crossover – and certainly a college student following – Adventure Time nails what I would surmise is its target: children and adolescents.

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    L.A. Film Fest Review: Pedro Almodóvar's 'I'm So Excited'

    Upon introducing his latest film, “I’m So Excited” at the opening night of the Los Angeles Film Festival, Pedro Almodovar took care to explain that in Spanish, the title of his film has a double meaning— as he said, “horny.” And yes, the characters aboard his doomed flight are indeed, very, very lib...

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