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    Review: 'Penny Dreadful' Season 2 Amps Up the Evil, Eroticism and Evil Eroticism

    John Logan introduces a new villain — and lots of nakedness — for Season 2.

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    Memo to Distributors: Buy These 10 Tribeca Film Festival Movies

    Here are 10 great movies from this year's festival that still haven't found U.S. distribution.

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    Arnold Schwarzenegger Explains How He Predicted the Film Industry's Future

    "I'm so happy today because I was way ahead of the curve."

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    Tribeca Review: New York Comedy is Rarely More Scathing Than Onur Tukel's 'Applesauce'

    The writer-director-star of last year's "Summer of Blood" returns with another spot-on urban satire.

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    Tribeca Review: 'A Courtship' Is Christian Matchmaking Gone Awry

    Can a conservative Christian woman protect herself from the pain of romance by outsourcing her dating decisions?

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    Tribeca Review: Arnold Schwarzenegger Surprises in Zombie Drama 'Maggie'

    Henry Hobson's directorial debut might be the first genuine tearjerker in Schwarzenegger's career.

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    Review: 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' is Proof We Don't Need More Avengers Movies

    It looks great, but haven't we been here before?

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    Tribeca Review: Drugs and Sex Define 'Necktie Youth,' a South African 'Kids'

    After a teenager live-streams her suicide, nihilism reverberates through Johannesburg's disaffected youth.

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    Tribeca Review: Riveting 'The Survivalist' is ‘Mad Max' in the Countryside

    Irish director Stephen Fingleton's post-apocalyptic debut feature is a tense story of a broken world.

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