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    WE TV Announces First Scripted Program 'The Divide,' 3 More to Follow

    WE tv today announced its expansion into scripted programming with its first original scripted series, "The Divide," written by Richard LaGravenese.

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    In Theaters: Sneak Some 'Contraband' Into 'Beauty And The Beast 3D' Or Make Some 'Joyful Noise' About 'We Need To Talk About Kevin'

    Hello chickadees, once again we have another weekend of random January releases so that we may have some time to catch up on our awards contenders. Time is running out! The Golden Globes are THIS VERY WEEKEND. Who will be the drunkest?? Probably some country singer with a best song nominee (never fo...

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    Perverts, Cannibals and Female Empowerment Make 'The Divide' Better Than You Think

    Apocalyptic cinema has the potential to be trite or poignant, but rarely both at once. For every "Dr. Strangelove," "Planet of the Apes" or "Night of the Living Dead," there are countless retreads of the same barren landscape littered with grisly showdowns and mutant as...

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    Review: Xavier Gens' 'The Divide' Is Silly, Clichéd Apocalyptic Trash

    It seemed, to us at least, that there was a strangely apocalyptic cloud that was cast over many of the SXSW film festival selections in 2011 – things like "Bellflower" all the way up to "Attack the Block" had a definite "end of days" feel. "The Divide" m...

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    SXSW Review: Xavier Gens' 'The Divide' Is Silly, Clichéd Apocalyptic Trash

    It seemed, to us at least, that there was a strangely apocalyptic cloud that was cast over many of the SXSW film festival selections – things like "Bellflower" all the way up to "Attack the Block" had a definite "end of days" feel. "The Divide" might have been the one movie to attack the material with the most heads-on gusto, with the movie opening with a hail of comet-like missiles laying waste to New York City. It's a striking image, for sure, but there's not much that equals it in the movie's labored, two-hour running time, either in terms of visual sophistication or crafting a sense of apocalyptic gloom. Instead, you'll be wondering why e...

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