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    Iwao Takamoto: My Life With A Thousand Characters

    Iwao Takamoto: My Life With A Thousand Characters

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    Reynold Brown: A Life In Pictures

    Reynold Brown: A Life In Pictures

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    REVIEW | Drifting Through Layoffs: Clooney Plays his Trumpcard in Reitman's "Up in the Air"

    George Clooney may not possess tremendous range, but he sure knows his sweet spot. In "Up in the Air," the highly anticipated third feature from "Juno" director Jason Reitman, Clooney plays a man who likes to control his enviornment. As the corporate downsizing expert Ryan Bingham, he portrays the s...

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    Errol Flynn Slept Here:

    Errol Flynn Slept Here:

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    Movie Speak: How To Talk Like You Belong On A Film Set

    Movie Speak: How To Talk Like You Belong On A Film Set

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    Joseph P. Kennedy Presents: His Hollywood Years

    Joseph P. Kennedy Presents: His Hollywood Years

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    Hollywood Dreams Made Real: Irving Thalberg And The Rise of M-G-M

    Hollywood Dreams Made Real: Irving Thalberg And The Rise of M-G-M

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    Lana: The Memories, The Myths, The Movies

    Lana: The Memories, The Myths, The Movies

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    REVIEW | Life on the Stage: Richard Linklater's "Me and Orson Welles"

    Like so many of Richard Linklater's films, his latest, "Me and Orson Welles," follows an ad hoc group working together towards an unlikely, and very impending, goal. In his winning "School of Rock" a bunch of children (and one mental child) aimed to play a great rock show. His pint-sized Bad News Bears struggled for dignity through sport and teamwork, crescendo achieved via the "big game." In "Me and Orson Welles," Linklater hops back to the 1930s to the debut of Orson Welles's political staging of "Julius Caesar," but despite this sophisticated material he still populates his movie with childish types (narcissistic theater actors, producers ...

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    Movies: The Cure For What Ails You

    I’ve been in the grip of a bad cold for almost two weeks; I somehow manage to get my most important work done and then I go to sleep every day. By Wednesday afternoon I was so frustrated—tired but restless at the same time—I decided I couldn’t stare at the wall (or my com...

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