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    Holiday Box Office Top Ten: 'Frozen' and 'Hobbit' Beat Out Newer Films, 'August: Osage County' Opens Flat

    The post-Christmas weekend can be one of the biggest of the year. And so it was. The top 10 grossed $171 million, up a healthy $17 million from 2012, which nudges the year's totals slightly ahead of 2012. However the strong weekend total comes despite an uneven performance from a wide variety of fi...

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    Box Office Top 13: Holiday Business Spreads the Wealth, Led by 'Hobbit' and 'Wolf of Wall Street,' '47 Ronin' Flops (CHART)

    A wide swath of movies shared the Christmas wealth this year. The box office took a distinctively different turn from 2012, when two new wide releases initially dominated the initial business. This year's holdover "The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug" (Warner Bros.) led both Wednesday and Thursday, ...

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    The True Story Behind 'The Wolf of Wall Street'

    TIME has fact-checked Jordan Belfort's memoir "The Wolf of Wall Street" against Scorsese's raucous new comedy--and for the most part, what you see in movie is the real story. Highlights are here.

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    All The Songs In 'The Wolf Of Wall Street' Including Devo, Cypress Hill, Foo Fighters & More

    "The main thing about Marty's use of music is he's fearless, creatively fearless," music supervisor Randall Poster recently told THR about working on "The Wolf Of Wall Street" and he's certainly not kidding. While the official soundtrack release for the film features 16 songs, that's a mere drop in ...

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    What to See and What to Skip in Theaters Over the Long Holiday Weekend

    With Christmas comes the big holiday movie weekend, and this year's is no exception with six awards contenders hitting theaters. On December 25, "The Wolf of Wall Street," "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty" and "Lone Survivor" go wide, while "The Invisible Woman" gets a limited release. Friday, "Augu...

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    The Wolf Of Wall Street

    There is much to admire in the masterful filmmaking and superior performances on display, but it’s a tough film to digest for three hours straight.

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    The Most Memorable Movie Moments Of 2013

    Can you feel it? The end of 2013 is hurtling toward us like a stampeding rhino. And as our year-end wind down is winding down, we're letting ourselves off the leash a little and assembling this unwieldy monster—an unashamedly scrappy and random list of The Most Memorable Movie Moments of the Year ak...

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    The Best Movie Music Moments Of 2013

    As some of you may know, The Playlist started out way back as a music-influenced movie blog and while our horizons have expanded exponentially since then, we like to keep a finger in that pie, and hope that we’re never remiss in giving the often overlooked audio component of the cinemagoing experien...

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    Thelma Schoonmaker Says 2-Part, 4-Hour 'Wolf Of Wall Street' Was Considered Plus Watch 1-Hour 'Charlie Rose' Talk

    Martin Scorsese has pretty much done it all in his career—tackling a wide variety of genres, delving into no small range of subject matter for documentaries and lending his name as a producer to projects for film and television. But did we nearly get his own "Kill Bill"? In the run-up to this week's...

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    Leonardo DiCaprio Is Out Of Control: New Pics & Clips From 'The Wolf Of Wall Steet'

    A three hour ode to excess, indulgence and the perversion of the American Dream, Martin Scorsese's "The Wolf Of Wall Street" is probably the most outrageous, boundary pushing studio movie you will see in 2013 (just read our review for a taste of the debauchery). Indeed, it will leave a stamp on your...

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