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    Review Round-Up: Whit Stillman's 'Damsels in Distress'

    Surprisingly, writer-director Whit Stillman's low-budget HD relationship comedy "Damsels in Distress" has earned 81% on the Tomatometer since its debut at Toronto, where the "Metropolitan" and "Barcelona" director earned some nostalgic kudos due to his thirteen-year absence from the big screen. His ...

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    Now and Then: In Two Foer Adaptations, Surprises and Disappointments Abound

    I'll admit it came as a shock, near the end of "Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close," to find myself crying. As it turns out, movies can still surprise us, and I don't just mean that they defy the expectations set by Rotten Tomatoes. I mean they can, in the midst of things, find what they've been miss...

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    Watch: David Lynch's Video for 'Crazy Clown Time' Will Give You Nightmares

    A song that goes by the title "Crazy Clown Time" is bound to creep anyone out. Add David Lynch to the mix, and you have the stuff of nightmares. If you thought the title track of Lynch's debut album was eerie, just wait until you watch the music video, which was directed by Lynch ...

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    EXCLUSIVE: TOKYOPOP's Stu Levy Talks Disaster Doc 'Pray for Japan'

    When filmmaker Stu Levy flew from Los Angeles to Tokyo on March 9, 2011, he had no idea that he would return with close-up footage of one of the worst natural disasters in living memory.

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    EXCLUSIVE Tribeca Trailer: Doc 'Wagner's Dream' Showcases Challenging New Production of 'Ring' Cycle

    Susan Froemke's "Wagner's Dream" follows the Metropolitan Opera's unprecedented, four-year challenge of a lavish new production of Richard Wagner's four-part Ring Cycle. The classical music doc will have its premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival on April 25.

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    Weekend Preview: Violence, Fairy Tales, Bullies & Horny Norwegians

    Joining current box office king "The Hunger Games" this weekend are popcorn-sellers "Wrath of the Titans" (VFX 3-D sequel) and family fairy tale "Mirror Mirror" ...

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    Watch: Jenna Fischer Charms in Trailer for 'The Giant Mechanical Man'

    Ahead of its world premiere at the upcoming Tribeca Film Festival, the trailer for Jenna Fischer's latest vehicle "The Giant Mechanical Man" has landed, and it looks pretty darn endearing. In the Tribeca Films release, "The Office" star plays Janice, a woman in her 30s s...

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    'Mirror Mirror' Early Review and Round-Up: Leave Princess Fairy Tales to Disney

    "Mirror Mirror" means a lot to producer/distributor Relativity Media, which needs hits in order to survive. That's why the $60-million PG flick is aimed so squarely at a mainstream family audience. Visually, it looks like a movie directed by Tarsem Singh ("The Immortals"), but it doesn't feel like o...

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    Jennifer Lawrence's 'House at the End of the Street' Looks Regrettable (Video)

    It's a good thing Jennifer Lawrence's "The Hunger Games" is a hit, because her horror rite-of-passage, "House at the End of the Street," looks awful and all-too familiar. Lawrence will do far more for the film than it will do for her career when Relativity releases it Sep...

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    Watch: Beautiful Trailer for Sarah Polley's 'Take This Waltz' Looks Promising

    Fans of Sarah Polley's stellar directorial debut "Away From Her" have been itching for a follow-up, and for good reason: That film came out in 2006. The Canadian actress/writer/director is finally back this summer with her anticipated second feature, "Take This Waltz," starring Michelle Williams, Se...

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