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MOVIES: Noah

Method and Madness Russell Crowe serves Ham for Easter in Aronofsky’s Noah BY RAJ RANADE Say what you will about Hollywood – how many other industries would even think of investing 150 million dollars into something as weird as Darren […]

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MOVIES: World War Z

In post-apocalyptic thriller World War Z, the first evidence that Brad Pitt isn't just garden variety stay-at-home Dad, Gerry, comes when he and the family encounter a disastrous

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Movies: The Iceman

Although Richard Kuklinski is often described as the infamous contract killer or mob hitman in materials for the new movie inspired by his life, The Iceman, he seems

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Movies: The Big Wedding

When Robin Williams playing a Catholic priest is the most restrained, subtle thing in a new slapstick farce masquerading as a rom-com family drama, there's a problem. And

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Movies: The Place Beyond the Pines

The Place Beyond the Pines opens with long, lingering, loving tracking shots of a heavily tattooed Ryan Gosling as Luke, as he heads into battle for the evening,

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Movies: Admission

Admission has all the hallmarks of a standard romantic comedy: likeable everyman protagonist? Paul Rudd. Check. Likeable everywoman heroine? Tina Fey. Check. High Class Problem to be solved:

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New on DVD: Oscar Nominee Helen Hunt in The Sessions

Helen Hunt scored an Oscar nomination for The Sessions, and John Hawkes has been widely praised for his bedridden performance as poet Mark O'Brien, who was confined largely

MOVIES: Torture and Zero Dark Thirty

BY STACEY PEEBLES Hollywood has always thrived on partnerships: John Wayne and John Ford. Hepburn and Tracy. Fred and Ginger. And now Kathryn Bigelow and Mark Boal are emerging as the moviemaking team

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Movies: Mama

If Mama ain't happy, ain't nobody happy, and the eponymous being at the center of the new "Guillermo del Toro presents" is decidedly not happy for most of

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Movies: This is 40

This is 40 is the "sort of sequel" to Judd Apatow's 2007 hit Knocked Up. Gone are Katherine Heigl and Seth Rogen, back are Pete and Debbie --



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