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    SXSW Review: Russell Brand Needs to Make Peace With Ondi Timoner's 'BRAND: A Second Coming'

    The comedian-turned-activist may not want to promote it, but this documentary makes a good case for his cause.

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    SXSW Review: 'Uncle Kent 2' is the Craziest Movie Sequel Ever

    Far more than a sequel to Joe Swanberg's movie, Todd Rohal delivers a wonderfully strange cult classic in the making.

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    Review: 'House of Cards' Season 3 Episode 4, 'Chapter 30,' Grabs God's Ear

    "Chapter 30" tried to emulate "The West Wing," and failed miserably.

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    5 New Filmmakers You Should Know From First Time Fest

    These filmmakers aren't household names yet, but they still belong on your radar.

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    Review: 'House of Cards' Season 3 Episode 2, 'Chapter 28,' Reverses Its Thinking

    Frank Underwood got back to scheming in Season 3's second episode.

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    Review: 'American Crime' is the Most Complex & Ambitious Broadcast Drama You Don't Need to Watch

    The initiative of John Ridley's cable-like broadcast drama is admirable, but the result for all that effort is merely affecting instead of effective.

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    Review: 'The Americans' Season 3 Episode 6, 'Born Again,' Finds a Universal Religion

    "The Americans" ended on quite the cliffhanger in Episode 6, but did both agents shirk their duties, or did two parents do what was right?

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    Review: Why 'Chappie' Proves Neill Blomkamp Needs to Explore New Material

    The director of "District 9" and "Elysium" offers another riff on the same sci-fi formula. Is it time to move on?

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    Review: 'Bloodline' Offers Stacked Cast & Netflix Pedigree, But Lacks Heart in the Darkness

    Kyle Chandler returns to TV with the new Netflix drama "Bloodline," a series trapped within its dysfunctional family unit.

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    Review: 'Buzzard' is a Twisted, Hilarious Anti-Capitalist Masterpiece

    Joel Potrykus' third entry in his "Animal" trilogy is hilarious and terrifying in equal measures.

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