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    The 10 Best Films To See In November

    If September and October can still be considered the fallow season after blockbusters like "Taken 2" and "Argo," and critically acclaimed films like "The Master," that fallow season is certainly over; the box office saw a huge upswing last weekend with "Wreck-It Ralph" and "Flight," and that's set t...

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    For Your Consideration: An Early November Take On The Major Oscar Races

    All the major fall festivals have come and -- save AFI FEST, which is still ongoing -- gone, and the Oscar prognostication has come out in full force. And while there's still just over two months until the nominations are announced, it's finally fair game. Yes, there's a few major films ...

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    New Posters For 'Oz The Great And Powerful' & 'Life Of Pi' Arrive

    Besides a trailer over the summer, things have been pretty quiet around Sam Raimi's "Oz The Great And Powerful," but with the spring release date now approaching, Disney are starting to get the marketing ball rolling, and to kick it off, they've unveiled the first of three posters ...

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    "I Am On A Lifeboat Alone With A Tiger": New Clip From 'Life Of Pi,' Plus 7 New Photos

    After wowing CinemaCon this spring with footage, going on to open the New York Film Festival to great acclaim, and playing the Festival Du Nouveau Cinema in Montreal where author Yann Martel presented the movie, awards talk is still brewing about Ang Lee's "Life Of Pi." And while we...

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    Watch: First Clip & Featurette For Ang Lee's 'Life Of Pi' Plus New UK Poster

    With a stellar reaction at the New York Film Festival last month, Ang Lee’s 3D opus “Life Of Pi” is turning into a major awards contender and now the studio is amping up its marketing push, hoping to crossover from critical raves to actual box office success. 20th Century Fox has r...

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    NYFF Wrap: The 4 Best Films, Plus Our Complete Coverage Of The Festival

    There are many reasons we like the New York Film Festival, held by the Film Society of Lincoln Center annually for the past 50 years, but among them is that, as most of our contributors are based in NYC, the whole thing is pretty much in our back garden. But even beyond that, it's always been one of...

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    The Trailer Test: While New 'Silver Linings Playbook' Trailer Continues Oscar Season, 'Lone Ranger' Looks Past It

    The newly released trailer for "Silver Linings Playbook" serves to heighten the movie's Oscar odds, while "The Lone Ranger" anticipates the 2013 summer movie season that will kick into high gear once awards mania dies down. While equally forward-looking, they anticipate vastly different futures.

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    Oscars: Could Ang Lee's 'Life Of Pi' Go All The Way?

    There's been some significantly sesmic shifts in the Oscar field in the last few days, and not just the surprise announcement that "Family Guy" creator Seth MacFarlane will be hosting the ceremony itself (for the record, this writer dislikes pretty much everything he's ever done, but based on his 'S...

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    For Your Consideration: The Case For And Against The Front-runner Status of 'Life of Pi'

    Ang Lee's 3D epic opened the New York Film Festival Friday night and quickly sparked a storm of raving tweets heralding it as the one to beat come Oscar-time. Going into the premiere, buzz may have been mixed on the risky project but now it seems like it could pay off in a big way. Will it?

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    NYFF: Ang Lee, Suraj Sharma & Yann Martel Discuss The Necessity Of Faith In Making 'Life Of Pi'

    As the opening night film for the New York Film Festival, all eyes were on “Life of Pi,” the big-budget studio adaptation of Yann Martel’s best-seller from A-List director Ang Lee. And while some were focused on the spectacle of the film, from the enormous cost and logistical issues of filming to th...

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