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    Drake Doremus On His 'Like Crazy' 2011 and the Method To His Improvised Madness

    Drake Doremus, the easygoing guy behind "Like Crazy" (on DVD and Blu-ray today) recently told Indiewire that he’s “living the dream.” No wonder. Doremus came to last year's Sundance Film Festival as a man known to few for his low-budget comedy "Douchebag." He left Park City as an indie powerhouse, ...

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    Why 'Like Crazy' Tops This Week's 5 Blu-ray/DVD Picks

    This week on DVD and Blu-ray: Last year's Sundance Grand Jury Prize winner; the latest from one of the world's most revered auteurs; the UK's most succesful documentary of all time; season one of HBO's biggest new shows; and the first mainstream effort from the director of "Hust...

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    Why 'Myth of the American Sleepover' Tops This Week's DVD/Blu-ray Releases

    This week on DVD/Blu-ray: Martin Scorsese's modern nod to the past; a gonzo comedy from the mind of Todd Rohal; an overlooked feature film debut worth checking out; the latest Criterion release; and one the most divisive films to play at Sundance last year.  

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    Why 'Martha Marcy May Marlene' Tops This Week's 5 DVD/Blu-ray Picks

    This week on DVD/Blu-ray: One of the breakouts of last year's Sundance Film Festival; a moving father-son drama; Clint Eastwood's latest; a documentary that delves into the independent filmmaking movement of the '70s; and an overlooked masterpiece from Germany.  

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    Why 'How to Die in Oregon' Tops This Week's 5 Best DVD/Blu-ray Releases

    This week on DVD/Blu-ray: The deserving winner of the Grand Jury Prize (Documentary) at last year's Sundance Film Festival; the film that put Lena Dunham on the map; a documentary that delves into the life of one of America's most beloved filmmakers; the sequel to one of the sickest films of...

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    Why 'Project Nim' Tops This Week's 5 Best DVD/Blu-ray Releases

    On DVD and Blu-ray this week: James Marsh's acclaimed follow-up to his Academy Award-winning documentary "Man on Wire;" season two of Britain's favorite import; "The Sunset Limited," directed by Tommy Lee Jones; the latest button-pusher from "Run, Lola, Run" hel...

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    'Drive' Tops Indiewire's 5 Picks for the Best Films on DVD/Blu-ray This Week

    This week on DVD/Blu-ray: "Drive," arguably the best action film of the year; Ami Canaan Mann's scorching debut "Texas Killing Fields"; the late Anthony Minghella's most beloved film; the Jamie Foxx-approved documentary "Thunder Soul;" and four Italian crime classics from master Fernando Di Leo.

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    Juno Temple on Sex, Violence and 'Dirty Girl' (Now on DVD)

    Last January, we caught up with British actress Juno Temple at Sundance where she had two films ("Little Birds" and "Kaboom") playing. We touted her back then as an up-and comer, but now, who are we kidding. The 22-year-old is an established star in her own right. Need proof? She's done shooting a b...

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    'Bombay Beach' Tops Indiewire's 5 Picks for the Best Films on DVD/Blu-ray This Week

    #1. Critic's Pick: "Bombay Beach" (DVD) Music video director Alma Har'el's first foray into feature filmmaking, the documentary hybrid "Bombay Beach" (winner of the Best Documentary Feature award at the 2011 Tribeca Film Festival), was one of the most impressive debuts of last year. The documentary...

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    Vera Farmiga Pulls Double Duty in Her Accomplished Directorial Debut 'Higher Ground,' Our Pick of the Week

    2011 was a big year for actors taking chances behind the camera. George Clooney got political with his critically acclaimed drama "The Ides of March;" Paddy Considine brought real grit to his debut "Tyrannosaur;" and Clint Eastwood invited controversy with his biopic "J. Edgar." Most impressive of a...

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