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    National Book Critics Circle Finalists - 2010

    Here are the female finalistsFictionJennifer Egan, A Visit From The Goon Squad, Knopf

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    Question: Who Has Two Movies in the Top 10 This Weekend?

    Answer. Natalie Portman. Portman has had some successful movies but she has never been considered a box office threat, but now she clearly is with The Black Swan crossing the $80 million mark (it only cost $13 million), and her new romance with Ashton Kutcher No Strings Attached opening at number ...

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    Sundance Women's News - Pariah Premieres

    First up on opening night was the coming of age story Pariah written and directed by Dee Rees. Here's the description: "A Brooklyn teenager juggles conflicting identities and risks friendship, heartbreak, and family in a desperate search for sexual expression."

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    A Visionary Theatrical Entrepreneur - Molly Smith at Arena Stage

    At a time when many theatres are retrenching because of financial difficulties, Arena Stage is bucking that trend and is actually expanding under the guidance of Artistic Director, Molly Smith. Smith, who has led the theatre for over a decade, has seen the theatre through a $135 million expansion.

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    Sexism Watch: The Black List

    Once upon a time in Hollywood the black list was a very bad thing. If your name was on the black list (that supposedly never existed) you couldn't get a gig in Hollywood. It was a sucky time and should always be remembered and never repeated.

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    Eat Pray Love

    Elizabeth Gilbert was miserable. She crashed out of her marriage, careened into another relationship way too quickly and was just overwhelmed and seriously fucked up. She needed a change -- not just a haircut or new clothes -- a fundamental change to everything she knew.

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    Winter's Bone

    Winter's Bone is by far the best film this year, and while that might not be saying much this being June, any film coming in the fall had better be really, really good cause it's going to be hard to top this film. It is close to flawless from the amazing cast that includes many locals from the Ozar...

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    The Politics of Hit Girl

    There aren't many times when I go to a movie and I leave speechless. But that did happen to me recently when I saw the film Kick Ass. For those of you that don't know, the film is about an average to slightly nerdy comic book loving kid who decides that he can be his own type of superhero. He dre...

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    Please Give Written and Directed by Nicole Holofcener

    To me a new film from writer/director Nicole Holofcener is a reason to rejoice. One reason is because she unapologetically tells stories from a female perspective. But one would be remiss and quite frankly an idiot to paint her work with the chick flick brush just because her film's are told from ...

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