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    True Blood's 9 Crimes: Just Complicated Enough

    Guest blogger Tim Appelo gives his take on True Blood's highlight-of-the-season-so-far episode: 9 Crimes.

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    New York Magazine Blows Inception's Rave Review Record

    Expect an Inception backlash. Warner Bros.' marketing pattern is to launch a big movie's buzz with the internet press and trades, then let the established print critics (who tend to be tougher on films) have at it closer to release. And so the inevitable negative review from New York's David Edelste...

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    As Girl Who Played With Fire Opens, New Doc Reveals Larsson Secrets

    Millennium fever continues unabated in the U.S., reports Kinsey Lowe, as the second Swedish movie based on Stieg Larsson's trilogy hits theaters today in Los Angeles and New York City and the translation of the third novel remains near the top of the New York Times bestseller list.

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    Media Watch: Online Journalism Is Heading Straight to Hell

    Some online journalists make calls, check facts, report, and look at movies before we review them. Are we dinosaurs?

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    The Girl Who Played with Fire: Early Reviews

    The second Swedish film adaptation in Stieg Larsson's hugely successful Millennium trilogy, The Girl Who Played with Fire, is coming out stateside on July 9.

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    Inception Early Reviews Are Raves

    After the breach of the preset review embargo by Rolling Stone's Peter Travers, who was allowed to run early in print but not online--Warner Bros. took a different approach to opening the gates to coverage of the much-anticipated Inception. In a sign that studios are ceding ground to online sites ov...

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    Inception Early Review: Nolan Delivers Kubrickian Masterpiece with Heart

    No movie this year comes freighted with greater expectations than Inception, Chris Nolan's follow-up to the global blockbuster The Dark Knight. Happily, the movie delivers and then some--thanks to clever original screenwriting and exhilarating mise-en-scene--in 2D.

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    Kehr on Keaton

    A required read for any self-respecting cinephile is critic Dave Kehr's weekly DVD column in the NYT. At a time when most new movies don't offer much to digest for the sophisticated film critic, Kehr has the best beat in town: DVDs. Every week, Kehr shares his erudite knowledge and elegant prose sty...

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    The Greatest Ears In Town: The Arif Mardin Story Premieres

    Amy Dawes caught the L.A. premiere of The Greatest Ears In Town, based on the life and footage of music luminary, Arif Mardin. She also stuck around for an inspired Q&A:

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