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    Review: 'The Heart Machine' Explores Love in the Time of Skype

    Zachary Wigon's directorial debut deals with a long distance relationship that isn't what it seems.

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    Review: Keira Knightley and Sam Rockwell Charm in Lynn Shelton's 'Laggies'

    The director's first traditionally scripted narrative doesn't disappoint.

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    How 'Web Therapy' and 'The Comeback' Prove Lisa Kudrow Is the Most Interesting Former 'Friend'

    Lisa Kudrow doesn't shrug away from her breakout role as Phoebe Buffay on "Friends" -- she embraces it.

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    Beyond 'Gone Girl': How 'Force Majeure' Explores the Dark Side of Married Life

    The Swedish drama opening this week isn't the first recent movie to poke holes in modern relationships.

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    Review: 'Homeland' Season 4 Episode 4 'Iron in the Fire' Sparks But Can't Light

    After the fourth hour of "Homeland" Season 4, we're pretty much exactly where we started -- but there's hope on the horizon.

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    Review: 'The Knick' Season 1 -- Great TV or a Waste of Steven Soderbergh? It's a Coin Flip

    Clive Owen's Dr. Thackery reaches his tolerance while Algernon Edwards pushes his own in a finale appropriate for a divergent first season.

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    Review: Racial Satire Rarely Gets Better Than 'Dear White People'

    Justin Simien's smart, hilarious look at black and white characters at an upscale university is satisfyingly modern.

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    Review: Jason Schwartzman Faces Literary Neuroses in Alex Ross Perry's 'Listen Up Philip'

    The director's third feature is a feisty New York comedy about obsessive novelists that nails its targets.

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    Review: Kristen Stewart Can't Salvage Mopey Gitmo Drama 'Camp X-Ray'

    Peyman Moadi stars opposite Stewart in a Guantanamo Bay drama that never reaches its potential.

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    Review: 'Marry Me' Offers the Perfect Acting Pair, If Not Premise, in a Promising Premiere

    Casey Wilson and Ken Marino are ideal sitcom leads, but overcoming their new show's central premise may be their biggest challenge.

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