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    Review: Starz's 'The Missing' Is Compelling, But Is It Great?

    "The Missing," a co-production between Starz and BBC One, may not have worked as a series, but luckily there's more than enough reasons to watch this eight-part miniseries play out.

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    AFI Fest Review: Clint Eastwood's 'American Sniper' Puts Bradley Cooper on the Battlefield

    At 84, the director has made another provocative drama about the moral challenges of modern warfare.

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    Review: Tommy Lee Jones' Strange, Uneven Western 'The Homesman' Owes Much to Hilary Swank

    Jones' attempt to make a feminist western ultimately loses its way, but there's a lot to admire about it.

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    Review: Steve Carell is a Revelation in Bennett Miller's 'Foxcatcher'

    Channing Tatum and Mark Ruffalo also deliver in this icy tale of American wealth, but Carell's performance is like nothing you've seen him do before.

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    AFI Fest Review: Mark Wahlberg Wears a Poker Face in Uneven 'The Gambler'

    Rupert Wyatt remakes the 1974 film with solidly entertaining, if somewhat underwhelming, results.

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    Review: 'The Affair' Season 1 Episode 5 Flips More Than Just the Order

    Things are turning 'round the bend as we reach the halfway point in "The Affair" Season 1, but what did we learn from the new switcharoo?

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    Review: 'Homeland' Season 4 Episode 7 'Redux' Pulls a Massive Switcheroo

    "Homeland" turned a corner in its seventh episode, leaving everyone wondering where it will go from here.

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    Review: 'The Newsroom' Season 3 Episode 1, 'Boston,' Marks the Beginning of the End

    There are only five episodes left of "The Newsroom." Let that sink in for a second.

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    Digging Through the Blumhouse Movie Dump: What You Should Watch and Skip

    The noted independent producer Jason Blum stockpiled a bunch of movies that, for whatever reason, never got a theatrical release. Now some of them are being released in drips and drabs. Here's what you should see and skip.

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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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