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    Monaghan Drives Trucker

    Former Slamdance Film fest producer James Mottern wrote and directed Trucker, an unpretentious, tough little movie that debuted at Tribeca in 2008 and is finally getting a modest release this week, starting in New York. The movie is about an independent young truck-driver (Michelle Monaghan) who is...

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    Full Disclosure: Bloggers Break Rules

    James Rocchi is the contemporary model of online era film critic.

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    Weekend Movie Guide: A Serious Man is Must-See

    Cinephile Must-SeesA Serious Man Tomatometer 86% Metascore 74This dark Jewish comedy was the best movie I saw in Toronto; top-notch Coens.

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    Barrymore's Whip It Delivers

    Reelz Channel host Leonard Maltin reviews Drew Barrymore's Whip It this week.

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    Reviews: Surrogates, Capitalism: A Love Story, Coco Before Chanel

    Leonard Maltin reviews three new movies opening this week:

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    Rotten Tomatoes Lists the Worst of the Worst

    Rotten Tomatoes has collected their reviews and collated the worst-of-the-worst films of the 21st century. Whiteout---how many of Joel Silver's films are on this list, I wonder?---ranks at number 100. What's number one? Check out the lowest Tomatometers of the decade. All of the films on this year's...

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    New York Film Critics Circle Sets Award Dates

    The New York Film Critics Circle will hold their annual vote on 2009's best films on Monday, December 14th. Historically, the best films often forecast Oscar nominations, but the NYFCC prides itself on picking winners that the Oscars overlook. Recent best picture winners include Milk, No Country fo...

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    TIFF#: The Boys Are Back's Owen Goes Family

    Everyone goes into Toronto with a schedule of films to watch. And that list changes with buzz. Some movies fall off due to bad WOM, while others become must-sees. IndieWIRE's in-progress critics' poll of 34 films is indicative of the movies that everyone went to see-- and the ones that nobody did.

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    TIFF#: A Single Man Ignites Fest's First Big Sale

    I was lining up to see designer Tom Ford's first feature A Single Man this morning as the deal was closing for The Weinstein Co. to release the picture. This acquisition title has generated more heat than anything else so far. (Critical buzz is also strong on Get Low, but buyers seem to be holding b...

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    Toronto Day Two: The Coens Deliver with A Serious Man

    Joel and Ethan Coen's Latest, A Serious Man, is a portrait of a period (1967) and place (Minnesota) and milieu (Jewish) that the brothers know very well. They cast it with excellent actors; Richard Kind as pathetic Uncle Arthur and Adam Arkin as a well-heeled lawyer are probably the only recognizabl...

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