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    Review: 'House of Cards' Season 3 Episode 1, 'Chapter 27,' Reverses the Twist

    "Chapter 27" kicked off Season 3 with a reversal of Season 2's twist, but was it enough of a hook to kickstart the new term?

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    Review: 'Everly' Allows Salma Hayek to Finally Wield Her Own Weapons

    The actress finally fights back with a badass role she was born to play.

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    What Will Win Best Live Action Short?

    Which one of these nominees will win the big prize on Sunday? Read on.

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    Oscar Doc 'Virunga' Finds Gorillas in the Crosshairs of Corporate Greed

    Poaching expose and Best Documentary Feature nominee 'Virunga' is streaming on Netflix.

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    Oscar Nominee Rory Kennedy Reveals Perils Making 'Last Days in Vietnam'

    "There are a lot of lessons from this film," said Rory Kennedy of her Oscar-nominated film, "that apply to some of challenges we are facing today."

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    Sundance Reviews: Robert Redford Vehicle 'A Walk in the Woods' Is a Slog

    The first reviews are in, and "A Walk in the Woods" is a "subpar" cross between "Wild" and "Grumpy Old Men."

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    Sundance 2015: The Complete Festival Lineup With Grade Averages

    During Sundance 2015, we'll be keeping track of the critical response to all of the festival's feature programs, both in and out of competition.

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    Review: "Cowboys" Pays a Heartfelt Tribute to a Genre with Plenty of Offbeat Laughs

    This Croatian story of a handful of amateurs producing a stage Western has the familiar rhythm of a studio comedy, but manages to form its own blend of the absurd and the sincere.

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    Review: 'Magical Girl' is a Razor-Sharp Tale of Unintended Consequences

    Carlos Vermut's tale of a young girl's simple wish is a skillfully-plotted web of intrigue with a trio of assured, dynamic central performances.

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    Review: 'Appropriate Behavior,' the Deadpan Coming-Out Comedy Lena Dunham Calls "Audacious"

    A bit like a live action 'Daria' mixed with 'Girls,' 'Appropriate Behavior' premiered at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival.

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