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    You Can Now Read Over 200,000 Leaked Sony Emails and Documents

    WikiLeaks has published and compiled a huge volume of Sony leaks into a searchable database for your, uh, perusal.

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    Kino Lorber Acquires Award-Winning Mexican Feature 'Güeros'

    The Mexican coming-of-age comedy aims to create a unique aesthetic while paying homage to the French New Wave and American indie cinema.

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    'Cucumber' Recap: Episode 1

    Hopefully by now you've caught up with the new series 'Cucumber.' This is the first of our weekly recaps, with a spoiler alert definitely enforced.

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    The Death-by-Skype Horror Movie 'Unfriended' Is an Unlikely Critical Hit

    A horror movie that plays out entirely on a laptop screen has movie critics clicking "Like."

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    Robert De Niro Opens the Tribeca Film Festival: “It was supposed to be a one-off!"

    Robert De Niro, perhaps the most uncomfortable man at a microphone since Marlon Brando (and likely the best actor), welcomed a small throng of ne’er-do-well press to the Tribeca Film Festival’s annual kickoff lunch on Wednesday, by feigning surprise that the whole thing was even happening.

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    Tribeca Review: James Franco Embraces Masochism in Tone-Deaf 'The Adderall Diaries'

    Committed performances from James Franco, Ed Harris, Amber Heard and Christian Slater can't save this adaptation of the best-selling drugs, sex and writer's block memoir "The Adderall Diaries."

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    Tribeca Review: 'Orion: The Man Who Would Be King' is Mysterious and Depressing

    An intriguing doc about an Elvis "impersonator" that loses steam halfway through.

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