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    Now and Then: In Two 'Steel Magnolias,' the Times Are Not A-Changin'

    The first thing one notices about "Steel Magnolias" (Herbert Ross, 1989) is the hair. Truvy's Beauty Shop overflows with tight-rolled pastel curlers and foot-high teases, held in place by enough hairspray to commit arson -- a style so far out of fashion it seems historical, as rococo as Marie Antoin...

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    Review - Egyptian Drama 'Cairo Exit' Is A Sobering Slice Of Life Portrait Of The Disillusioned

    Review - Egyptian Drama 'Cairo Exit' Is A Sobering Slice Of Life Portrait Of The Disillusioned

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    Review: 'Fast & Furious 6' Makes Cars Go Boom In A Mostly Satisfactory Way

    Has there ever been a franchise like the "Fast & Furious?" Begun over ten years ago with a film most notable for its '50s-style B-movie title, "The Fast & The Furious," it was a modest sleeper hit. Before long the series saw its biggest draw, the potato-headed growl-monster Vin Diesel, exit the seri...

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    How Terrence Malick's 'Badlands' Addresses the Root Causes of American Gun Violence

    How Terrence Malick's 'Badlands' Addresses the Root Causes of American Gun Violence

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    All Tomorrow's Parties: "The Great Gatsby" Meet "Spring Breakers"

    Within the span of a couple months, audiences and media have witnessed the debauched excess of the American Dream gone sour, of attractive young men and women imbibing themselves to delirium, violence and self-destruction. If there ever were a comment on the failed hopes and ideals of our curren...

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    Recap: Christopher Guest's 'Family Tree' Gets Off To A Promising Start & Shows He Hasn't Lost His Touch

    It's been seven far-too-long years since the last feature effort from Christopher Guest, and besides a failed pilot for the U.S. adaptation of the U.K. hit "The Thick Of It" and appearing alongside his regular roster players in a sketch for the 2012 Oscars, not much as been heard from him. But the w...

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    Here Are Indiewire's Top 10 Articles of the Week: Criticizing 'Gatsby,' Lee Daniels' Latest, BAM's Booed At Cannes Series and More

    Even with last week's major release becoming the second highest opening weekend gross of all time and Cannes just a week away, much of this week's focus seemed to lie squarely on today's major release: Baz Luhrmann's heavily anticipated/derided "Great Gatsby" 3D extravaganza. Throughout the week, we...

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    Review: 'Aftershock,' Starring a Nebbish Eli Roth, Plays with Religious Cliches While the Blood Spurts

    When he hasn’t been writing directing or producing some of the more notorious entries in the horror/torture porn catalogue (like “Cabin Fever,” “Hostel,” and the two “Last Exorcisms”) Eli Roth has worked on his parallel career as screen star -- perhaps most notably as the Bear Jew, the baseball bat-...

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    Weekend Preview: Sarah Polley's Must-See Doc 'Stories We Tell,' Baz Luhrmann's Showy but Sagging 'Great Gatsby'

    Canadian writer-director-actress Sarah Polley's brilliant documentary on her enigmatic family history, "Stories We Tell," leads the pack of a slew of top-reviewed limited releases this weekend. Ben Wheatley's "Sightseers," the follow-up to frightfest "Kill List," also hits theaters and VOD, along wi...

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    Review: ‘Aftershock’ Is Like ‘Piranha 3D’ Meets ‘The Impossible’

    Eli Roth was hailed by none other than genre demigod Quentin Tarantino as “the future of horror” following his debut feature “Cabin Fever,” a grotesquely inventive chiller about a flesh-eating virus that has its way with a group of youngsters out camping in the woods. But since then, Roth hasn’t rea...

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