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    REVIEW: "The Legend of Sarila"

    The Legend of Sarila grafts a veneer of Inuit culture onto a very formulaic story that borrows heavily from mainstream American animation. Like a dropped ice cream cone of a film, a lost opportunity for something new and exciting.

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    Last Vegas

    Director Jon Turteltaub and screenwriter Dan Fogelman have upped their game here, with four gifted actors at their command.

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    Not Yet Begun To Fight

    This is not a slickly packaged reality-show experience. Through the filmmakers, Shasta Grenier and Sabrina Lee, we become witnesses to an evolutionary process.

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    Aftermath

    Writer-director Wladyslaw Pasikowski has structured "Aftermath" like a mystery; revealing itself one layer at a time.

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    Casting By

    The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has announced the formation of a Casting Directors’ branch, just as Tom Donahue’s outstanding documentary "Casting By" is building an audience.

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    REVIEW: "Free Birds"

    Charles Solomon takes a look at "Free Birds", the first feature from Relativity Media and Reel FX. He says it's a veritable holiday fun fest - for people whose idea of a good time is listening to Owen Wilson scream.

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    ATL 'LA Rebellion' Retrospective Review: Alile Sharon Larkin's 1982 Drama 'A Different Image'

    ATL 'LA Rebellion' Retrospective Review: Alile Sharon Larkin's 'A Different Image'

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    Critics Offers '12 Years a Slave' Criticism and Crazy 'Counselor' Theories on Letterboxd

    Time Out New York's Keith Uhlich and The Cinephiliacs' Peter Labuza are among the many critics who use the site as a public journal.

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    Antonioni's Stark Portrait of Haute-Bourgeois Boredom and Betrayal 'La Notte' Lives Again on Criterion Blu-Ray

    Could a film like "La Notte" ever exist today? What would it look like? Released in 1961, Michelangelo Antonioni's visually sleek modernist masterpiece features two international stars of considerable pedigree -- Marcello Mastroianni and Jeanne Moreau -- who talk, and also don't talk, about the unde...

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