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    Review: J.C. Chandor's 'A Most Violent Year' is 'Death of a Salesman' With Crime

    Oscar Isaac and Jessica Chastain star in the "All is Lost" director's expert look at New York City crime and the American dream in the early 1980's.

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    Watch: An Alien Schools Us Earthlings on 'Pulp Fiction'

    Quentin Tarantino's masterpiece, as interpreted by an alien.

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    Review: BBC America's 'The Game' Plays Like John le Carre's 'Homeland'

    Secret stories of secret agents are immediately addictive when done right, and "The Game" may just be the most well-told spy tale on TV.

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    Review: 'The Newsroom' Season 3 is On a Mission to Civilize Aaron Sorkin

    Aaron Sorkin hasn't thrown out the playbook for Seasons 1 and 2 of his divisive HBO drama, but he is addressing his critics, one scene at a time.

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    Review: 'Virunga' Will Change Your Perspective on the Crisis in Congo

    The Netflix release finds a UNESCO World Heritage site under attack. It's a first-rate call to action -- but, more than that, thrilling filmmaking.

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    Review: 'The Affair' Season 1 Episode 4 Exposes Lies Outside Our Unhappy Couples

    If the affair in "The Affair" began last week, then boy did it ever get revved up in Episode 4.

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    Review: Why Marshall Curry's 'Point and Shoot' is Due for a Hollywood Remake

    Matt VanDyke went to Libya with a camera. He wound up in prison. Curry's gripping documentary follows him every step of the way.

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    Jake Gyllenhaal, Jean-Luc Godard and Us: From 'Nightcrawler' to 'Goodbye to Language'

    Both "Nightcrawler" and "Goodbye to Language" deal with our media landscape in unique, provocative ways.

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    Does the Success of 'Birdman' Impact Other Mexican Filmmakers?

    Another year, another major Mexican director abandoning his home country for the U.S. But not every talented Mexican filmmaker is looking to leave.

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