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    Review: Dutch Documentary 'Don't Leave Me' Is the Best Buddy Comedy In Years

    If Jim Jarmusch made a movie about two alcoholic friends hanging out in the woods, it might look something like the Dutch documentary "Don't Leave Me."

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    Foreign Oscar Entry Review: Four Corners

    Four Corners, South Africa's Submission for the Academy Award Nomination for Best Foreign Language Film. U.S. : None Yet. International Sales Agent: The Little Film Company

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    Moving Or Offensive? Henry Corra's New Cancer Documentary 'Farewell to Hollywood' Is Both

    Alternately confounding, upsetting and riddled with grief at every turn, "Farewell to Hollywood" is certainly the most paradoxical moviegoing experience I've endured this year.

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    The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

    This follow-up to the 2012 hit based on Suzanne Collins’ novel, represents commendable storytelling that ought to please the book’s many fans.

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    Frozen

    There’s never a dull moment in "Frozen," which throws in a fearsome snow monster, a life-and-death race to rescue one of its principals, and unexpected character twists...

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    New York Times Admits Other Countries Have DVDs Too

    In a guest column, Glenn Kenny compares the U.S. and U.K. versions of Brian De Palma's 'The Fury'

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    Review: 'Bettie Page Reveals All' The Authorized Therefore Definitive Bettie Page Bio-Doc...Right?

    Born in the 1920s South, riddled with poverty and adversity, two young women dreamed of much more. Luckily (or in some eyes, unluckily), both were armed with beauty, magnetism and Southern sensibility. One overcame physical abuse at the hands of her father and a stint in a Protestant orphanage to be...

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    The Revolutionary Style of 'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire'

    In 'The Hunger Games' much-improved sequel, the seeds of rebellion are sown through fashion.

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