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    Review: 'The Lazarus Effect' is a Guilty Pleasure B-Movie

    Director David Gelb's hokey horror picture features a great indie cast doing their best with trivial popcorn material.

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    Sundance Review: Kirby Dick's 'The Hunting Ground' is an Alarming Look at Campus Rape

    Above all else, Dick's upsetting portrait of a major national issue is also a stirring call to action.

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    Here Are the 9 Must-See Underdogs At the 2014 New York Film Festival

    If you only see a fraction of this year's New York Film Festival lineup, start with these options.

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    Review: 'My Life Directed by Nicolas Winding Refn' Reveals the Sad Story Behind 'Only God Forgives'

    The director of "Drive" learned the hard way that lightning doesn't always strike twice. This is his story.

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    ANALYSIS: Here's Why This Was the Best Cannes Film Festival in Years

    This was the best Cannes Film Festival in years -- at least in terms of the different categories of experiences it provided. Palme d'Or winner "Winter Sleep" is just one example.

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    Cannes Mid-Festival Report: How This Year's Festival Already Delivers a Strong Message

    As this year's edition reaches its halfway point, at least two shared themes are visible among several of this year's strongest entries: the darker side of wealth and the systematic persecution by a privileged few.

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    Review: 'Young Bodies Heal Quickly' Is One of the Oddest Movies to Ever Play the Tribeca Film Festival

    The festival hasn't programmed such a far-out narrative at least since 2011's "Beyond the Black Rainbow."

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    Berlin Review: 'Full Metal Jacket' Meets 'High Noon' In Tense Wartime Action Drama ''71,' Starring Jack O'Connell

    A gritty, relentless wartime drama that blends its action set pieces with palpable despair and historical observation, "'71" maintains a polished intensity that fares well for first-time feature director Yann Demange.

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    Why the Good Narratives at the Tribeca Film Festival Are Away From the Spotlight

    Real life offers many stories worth telling and an increasingly affordable means of telling them, so it comes as no great surprise that great documentaries circulate more prevalently with each passing year. As usual, the sizable program at the Tribeca Film Festival is especially strong with non-fict...

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