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    Review: How 'Hannibal' Season 3 Sets the Table for a Wholly Different Meal

    Be it by design or due to declining ratings, "Hannibal" hasn't been the same show from season to season. Yet even without seeing the main course, it's easy to deduce the new dish will be just as tasty as past offerings.

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    The Funniest Movie of the Year is Also Painfully Tragic

    Roy Andersson's "A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting Its Existence" is a surprisingly profound look at the human condition.

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    Review: 'Entourage' the Movie Bros Out As Hard As the Series

    The HBO series might have lept to the big screen, but otherwise, the Hollywood fantasy created and directed by Doug Ellin is same as it ever was.

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    'Nightingale' Review: David Oyelowo Goes 'Psycho' in Uneven HBO Character Study

    Oyelowo's hot streak continues, but even his textured performance can't carry another version of the Ed Gein story.

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    The Word 'Mumblecore' Turns 10 Years Old This Year. Can We Stop Using It Now?

    If audiences are indeed going to see the movie, not the movement, "Results" is a pretty good place to start.

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    Review: 'Aquarius' Gets Enough Wrong Things Right to Create an Oddly Compelling Cop Story

    For all its pluses (David Duchovny, topical themes, serialized story) and minuses (Gethin Anthony, female characters, stilted language), whether you like or loathe "Aquarius" comes down to more than just what's — and who's — onscreen.

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    Review: Cameron Crowe's 'Aloha' is Shockingly Bad

    A once-great director reaches an all-time-low. What gives?

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    Memo to Distributors: Buy These 2015 Cannes Film Festival Movies

    So far, these Cannes movies aren't coming soon to a theater near you. They deserve better.

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    Cannes Review: Michael Fassbender and Marion Cotillard Salvage Justin Kurzel's 'Macbeth'

    The two stars shine in the second feature from "The Snowtown Murders" director.

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