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    Review: Benedict Cumberbatch Carries Uneven WWII Drama 'The Imitation Game'

    The plight of British scientist Alan Turing is capably documented in Morten Tyldum's Oscar season entry.

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    Review: 'The Affair' Season 1 Episode 7 Gets All Sensitive & Selfish

    Noah and Alison couldn't keep their secret any longer in this week's revelatory episode of "The Affair."

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    Review: 'Homeland' Season 4 Episode 9: 'There's Something Else Going On,' Indeed

    Yes, there certainly was something else going on in this week's "Homeland," and we doubt anyone saw it coming.

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    Here's the New Wave of American Immigration Movies

    A recent screening series in Hawaii sheds light on several American filmmakers focused on immigrant experiences. Why are we seeing all these movies now?

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    Review: 'The Affair' Season 1 Episode 6 Takes a Taxi to the Dark Side

    The spouses came into play in the sixth episode of "The Affair," but only one brought a surprise to the table.

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    Review: 'Homeland' Season 4 Episode 8, 'Halfway to a Donut,' Take Carrie Back to Zero

    Following last week's non-twist ending, this week gave us a less shocking, but more relevant, surprise kicker.

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    Review: 'The Newsroom' Season 3 Episode 2, 'Run,' Sets a New Dramatic Standard

    "The Newsroom" amped up the intensity as it never has before, even if it couldn't avoid another slip-up with its least compelling character.

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    DOC NYC Review: Amy Berg's 'An Open Secret' Is a Devastating Exposé of Hollywood's Sexual Abuse Problem

    The director takes a bold, incendiary look at a topic many people would rather avoid.

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    Review: Tim Burton's 'Big Eyes' Isn't a Return to 'Ed Wood' Glory -- It's Just Basic

    Amy Adams and Christoph Waltz star in Burton's portrait of painter Margaret Keane and the domineering man who took credit for her work.

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    5 Must-See Documentaries at DOC NYC 2014

    New York's preeminent non-fiction showcase returns with over 90 titles screening in seven days. Here are five highlights in honor of the festival's fifth year.

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