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    This Week's Indie Releases: Rory Kennedy's 'Last Days In Vietnam', Illegal Alien Murder Mystery 'Frontera' and Rapture Thriller 'The Remaining'

    Rory Kennedy's "Last Days in Vietnam" and the Ed Harris, Eva Longoria, Michael Pena murder mystery, "Frontera" lead the pack of indie releases this week, plus "The Trip To Italy" continues its expansion and the latest Bollywood title hits our shores.

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    'Cantinflas" Spicy In Debut, 'Italy' Continues To Seduce Moviegoers and 'Chef' Tops $30 Mil In This Week's Hit Or Miss

    Sombrero's off to Pantelion's "Cantinflas" as the biopic of the legendary Mexican actor opened to a stunning $2.6 million in only 382 locations for a spicy per screen average of $6,963.

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    Bravissimo!!! In Praise of 'The Trip To Italy'

    Signiores Coogan and Brydon pull off a cinematic repeat in the year's most enjoyable movie, director Michael Winterbottom's "The Trip To Italy"

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    This Week's Indie Releases: 'Trip To Italy' Expands, 'Cantinflas' Looks to Lure Latino Auds and RSA Sets Off On A 'Life of Crime'

    This week's indie releases include an expansion of the wonderful Coogan/Brydon comedy, "The Trip To Italy", a debut for Jennifer Aniston and Will Forte's Life Of Crime and the story of Mexican comic actor "Cantinflas"

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    Hit Or Miss: 'Love is Strange' Nabs Tidy $25,000 PSA, 'The Trip To Italy' Continues Its Art House Success & Radius Racks Up $500K on VOD With 'The One I Love'

    For late August it certainly was an interesting weekend for indie releases. Alfred Molina and John Lithgow proclaim that "Love Is Strange" and indie auds came out this weekend to see what the fuss was about. The film debuted to $127,000 in 5 runs. Elsewhere "The Trip To Italy" and "Boyhood" contin...

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