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    Why 'Dawn of the Planet of the Apes' is a Gateway to Better Movies

    "Dawn of the Planet of the Apes" speaks to the sensibilities of many viewers at once.

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    Does Iceland Deserve a Better Movie? Examining the Landscape of 'Land Ho!'

    "Land Ho!" is an enjoyable movie, but does it do justice to the Icelandic scenery?

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    Review: 'Welcome to Sweden' is the Antithesis of 'Parks and Rec' as Amy Poehler's Brother Bombs

    Greg Poehler's new comedy import isn't lost in translation -- it's simply lost.

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    Review: Why Jafar Panahi Was Right to Defy the Iranian Government Again With 'Closed Curtain'

    Panahi's latest fascinating defiance of the constraints placed on him illustrates his deep commitment to the art form at all costs -- including, perhaps, his own sanity.

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    Review: Was Richard Linklater's 12 Year Production Worth the Wait? In a Word, Yes.

    If there was ever project that demanded to be informed by the history of its making, "Boyhood" is it.

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    Why 'Moana,' the First Docufiction in History, Deserves a New Life

    Almost a century after its production, Robert Flaherty's startling portrait of Samoan islanders receives a much-needed restoration.

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    Here's the Problem with the 'Transformers' Franchise

    Collectively, the "Transformers" movies represent an assault on the senses that's actively fighting against the prospects of a more varied film culture.

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    Review: Does the Keira Knightley-Starring 'Begin Again' Celebrate the Music Industry or Critique It?

    John Carney's follow-up to "Once" has a solid soundtrack, but its ideas are more interesting.

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