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    Review: 'The Newsroom' Season 3 Episode 5, 'Oh Shenandoah,' Offers a Rare Twist

    Will McAvoy battled inner demons in the clink while his colleagues faced real-world issues in the world, but "Oh Shenandoah" ended with tears.

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    Review: Is 'Of Men and War' the Most Powerful Iraq War Movie in Years?

    The jury prize-winner at the world's biggest documentary festival is a trenchant look at wartime trauma.

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    Review: Reese Witherspoon Finds Nature and Catharsis in Sentimental 'Wild'

    Jean-Marc Vallée's adaptation of the bestselling hiking tale is a beautiful nature tale with a great central performance, but doesn't trust those ingredients to carry the story.

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    Review: Angelina Jolie's 'Unbroken' is a Solid Wartime Drama Starring Jack O'Connell

    The actress-turned-director's celebratory portrait of Olympic runner-turned-wartime prisoner Louie Zamperini is satisfyingly old school.

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    Review: Paul Schrader's Compromised 'Dying of the Light' Features a Committed Nicolas Cage, But Not Much Else

    Lionsgate took the project away from the writer-director in the editing room, and it shows -- but that doesn't mean the failure isn't interesting.

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    Review: 'The Newsroom' Season 3 Episode 4, 'Contempt,' Finds Its Villains

    Will and MacKenzie got married (finally), but "Contempt" found more anger than love in its characters.

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    Review: Christian Bale's Moses Can't Liberate Ridley Scott's Bland 'Exodus: Gods and Kings'

    The director's big budget take on the Old Testament's second book isn't without some appealing qualities -- but it's mostly a dull letdown.

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    The Films of Kathryn Bigelow, Ranked From Worst to Best

    In honor of the Academy Award-winner's birthday (she turns 63 today), Indiewire has ranked her films from worst to best.

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    Review: 'Remote Area Medical' Will Change Your Understanding of the Healthcare Crisis

    Jeff Reichert and Farihah Zaman's documentary lays bare the failings of the healthcare system while capturing efforts to fix it.

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    IDFA Review: 'Those Who Feel the Fire Burning' is a Ghost's Perspective on Real Life Tragedy

    Morgan Knibbe's documentary captures the struggles of migrant families from a unique angle.

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