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    Foreign Oscar Entry Review: Wadjda (وجدة‎)

    Wadjda, Saudi Arabia’s Submission for the Academy Award Nomination for Best Foreign Language Film. U.S.: Sony Pictures Classics. International Sales Agent: The Match Factory.

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    Cage Match: 'The Counselor'

    Two Sunshine State critics square off over the Michael Fassbender thriller, which is either "sleekly savage" or "silly, affected [and] self-important."

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    Africa In Motion 13 Review: Judy Kibinge's 'Something Necessary'

    Africa In Motion 13 Review: Judy Kibinge's 'Something Necessary'

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    Early Review Roundup: 'Ender's Game' a Solid Sci-Fi YA Entry

    First reviews are in on "Ender's Game." The consensus thus far seems to be the film is a solidly good but not great adaptation of the Orson Scott Card sci-fi classic. A roundup, below.

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    Africa In Motion 13 Review: Serial Killer Origins Tale 'Of Good Report' Thrills & Chills

    Africa In Motion 13 Review: Serial Killer Origins Tale 'Of Good Report' Thrills

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    Is 'Bad Grandpa' "the anti-'Borat'"?

    The 'Jackass' crew's hidden-camera feature makes a pointed contrast with Sasha Baron Cohen's, which depending who you ask is either a good or a bad thing.

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    The Counselor

    The actors in "The Counselor" are speaking English, but I still couldn’t understand a lot of what they said. That’s because the screenplay, by esteemed novelist Cormac McCarthy, is so dense it’s incomprehensible at times.

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    Review: Greed Is Not Good In Costa-Gavras' 'Le Capital'

    Since they figured out how make pictures move, filmmakers have long been fond of using one of the seven deadly sins—greed—as the thematic driving force of their films. From Erich Von Stronheim's compromised masterpiece "Greed" to the slimy dealings of Gordon Gecko in two "Wall Street" movies and bey...

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    Recap: Mother/Daughter Relationships Get Complicated In 'American Horror Story: Coven' Episode 'The Replacements'

    Many of the critics of "American Horror Story: Coven" claim that its rococo stylization is both unnecessary and over-the-top. Tonight's episode, "The Replacements," certainly won't silence those critics, although it might prove that, at the very least, when the show's runaway outrageousness is corra...

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