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    Dreams Confuse Moviegoers: "Vanilla Sky" Tops Bewildering Poll

    I'm guessing that "Inception" would feature high up in a later list of most confusing films of all time given the results of a poll conducted by European Netflix equivalent LoveFilm. As voted by subscribers of the DVD service, "Vanilla Sky" has apparently perplexed more film fans than "Mulholland Drive," "Donnie Darko," "2001: A Space Odyssey" and "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind," all of which were included in the top ten. LoveFilm editor Helen Crowley recognized a trend in the results: "It's clear that dreaming is the biggest cause of confusion for viewers. Switching from reality to dream sequences pulls the wool over our eyes and lea...

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    Watch the Only "Nightmare on Elm Street" Remakes You Need

    I haven't seen the recent Platinum Dunes remake of "A Nightmare on Elm Street," and I'm therefore unlikely to see any subsequent installments of the rebooted franchise. The only thing that might get me to see them is if Leonardo DiCaprio shows up for a meta cameo that more directly ties together Fre...

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    See It: "Inception" Standout Tom Hardy in "Bronson"

    Even some of the harshest critics of "Inception" seem to have enjoyed Tom Hardy in the role of Eames, a master of disguise in the dream world and a bit of comic relief on screen. Yeah, he's pretty good in that, but wait 'til you get a load of him in Nicolas Winding Refn's "Bronson," a critical darli...

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    On DVD: "A Town Called Panic"

    With so many great animated films released in 2009, one of the best was lost in the shuffle, especially when it came to the Academy Awards. I have to confess that I didn't see all of those films nominated for the Animated Feature Oscar, so I can't rightly claim that the French-language stop-motion animation "A Town Called Panic" (aka "Panique au village") deserved to be in there over any one of them. And of those I have seen, it's actually very difficult to compare them to this. But with the category opened up to five titles last year, I really had hoped this little Belgian movie would easily slip in as other foreign works had when there were...

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