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  1. Film Review: Everything Strange and New

    1:45 pm 1/26/2009

    With so many entries at Sundance aiming for a crowd-pleasing quirkiness, it's refreshing to find a film that adheres to its own unique sensibility.Read more

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  2. Film Review: The September Issue

    1:45 pm 1/26/2009

    In "The September Issue," veteran documentary and TV producer and director R.J. Cutler pulls back the curtain on Vogue's production process, revealing the fascinating creative techniques and business considerations behind the magazine's creation.Read more

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  3. Film Review: Dare

    1:45 pm 1/26/2009

    "Dare," a smart and well-observed entry in the genre, is a cut above the usual hijinks. The universality of the story could lead to satisfying returns at the boxoffice and make it a staple on cable outlets.Read more

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  4. Film Review: The Yes Men Fix the World

    1:45 pm 1/26/2009

    The original "Yes Men" performed poorly at the boxoffice, but this film has a better chance in today's climate: Audiences should be far more receptive to a work lampooning the American free-enterprise system.Read more

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  5. The Cove: Sundance Review

    1:45 pm 1/26/2009

    Louie Psihoyos' Audience Award winner "The Cove" is much more than a social-issue doc, combining investigative reporting, educational filmmaking and eco-thriller elements that inspired repeat standing ovations at Sundance screenings.Read more

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  6. Film Review: Helen

    1:45 pm 1/26/2009

    For anyone who enjoys watching severe depression and madness on screen, "Helen" is just what the psychiatrist ordered.Read more

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  7. Film Review: When You're Strange

    1:45 pm 1/26/2009

    After a run on the festival circuit, "When You're Strange" would make more sense as a DVD and VOD item for the still considerable following of the band and its iconic lead singer and sometime lyricist Jim Morrison.Read more

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  8. Film Review: Earth Days

    1:45 pm 1/26/2009

    Many of the documentaries in this year's Sundance Film Festival raised serious environmental concerns. So it seems fitting that the festival's closing-night movie, "Earth Days," provides a sweeping history of the environmental movement.Read more

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  9. Film Review: The Informers

    1:45 pm 1/26/2009

    Considering that none of Bret Easton Ellis' controversial novels has ever been turned into a particularly successful movie, it's amazing that filmmakers continue to find backers for adaptations of his work.Read more

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  10. Film Review: Moon

    10:45 pm 1/25/2009

    Sci-fi converges with present calamities, namely the energy plight, in "Moon." Sony Pictures Classics should mine solid boxoffice from select sites, but this well-made generic science fiction will orbit most assuredly on DVD.Read more

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