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    James Franco's Movie Column: Why is Violence More Acceptable in Movies Than Sex?

    The dark fairy tale "Tale of Tales" provides Franco with a jumping-off point for broader questions about today's fantasy movies.

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    Tribeca Review: Nicolas Winding Refn Meets Jeff Nichols in Nutty Thriller 'Vincent N Roxxy'

    Zoë Kravitz and Emile Hirsch deliver career-best performances in this terse and moody meditation on violence.

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    Review: Susan Sarandon Is the Best Part Of Charming 'The Meddler'

    Sarandon shines in a fun, spunky and multi-faceted role in Lorene Scafaria's sweet new feature.

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    Review: 'Veep' Season 5 Won't Give Up Its Best Comedy Crown Without a Fight

    Julia Louis-Dreyfus presides over another stellar season of "Veep," last year's Outstanding Comedy Series winner that could — and by all means should — repeat.

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    'Women Who Kill' Tribeca Review: Ingrid Jungermann's Debut is the Best Lesbian Horror-Comedy Ever

    The "F to the 7th" webseries creator's first feature is a deadpan New York story with a unique hook.

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    'Sworn Virgin' Review: Alba Rohrwacher Plays Albanian Woman Who Lives as a Man

    Director Laura Bispuri deftly handles a delicate story spanning culture, gender and class.

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    Review: 'Time Traveling Bong' Pushes for Equality Between Puffs

    An undeniably good trip, Ilana Glazer and Paul W. Downs' excellent adventure refuses to shy away from making a feminist statement along the way.

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    Review: 'The Huntsman: Winter's War' Is Proof You Cannot Force a Franchise to Work

    Mirror mirror, on the wall, what is the most misguided sequel of all?

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    Tribeca Review: In Raunchy Animated 'Nerdland,' Paul Rudd and Patton Oswalt Are Dudes in Search of Fame

    Turns out the edgy Adult Swim sensibility doesn't work quite as well when stretched to feature length.

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