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    Movie Review: Monte Carlo and the Problem With the Princess-for-a-Day FlickEven within the manipulative Princess-for-a-Day genre, this is a chintzy knockoff.
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    Movie Review: Terri Catches the Horror of High School, Without VampiresInstead of a Jock, Princess, and Brain, defined and protected by their cliques, Terri, Chad, and Heather are each painfully and very believably alone: Fatso, Spaz, Slut.
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    Movie Review: In A Better Life, Worthiness Is a ViceCarlos is never more than the idea of a man we should admire.
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    Movie Review: With Cars 2, Pixar Finally WhiffsIt’s like giving Jar-Jar Binks his own movie.
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    Movie Review: The Art of Getting By Is Cutesy and PredictableFreddy Highmore plays George as if in a narcotized haze. He’s James Franco, Oscar host.
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    Movie Review: The Farts and Flippers Comedy of Mr. Popper’s PenguinsThis is straight-up silly slapstick.
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    Movie Reviews: Trollhunter and One Lucky Elephant’One Lucky Elephant’ turns what might have been a big-tent attraction into a sideshow.
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    Movie Review: Submarine SurfacesWhereas Anderson’s hyper-referential films have become dioramas of Pantone-perfect dream homes, Ayoade’s stylized aesthetic feels more lived-in, and recognizably human.
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    Movie Reviews: The Last Mountain and !Women Art Revolution’The Last Mountain’ is a passionate, partisan, and effective film about the perils of mountaintop coal mining.
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    Movie Reviews: Mr. Nice, Tuesday, After Christmas, and PuzzleRhys Ifans is marvelously louche as a drug dealer in ‘Mr. Nice,’ but the rise-and-fall tale is too familiar.
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    Movie Review: Kung Fu Panda 2 Is Fast, Fun, and a Little DisturbedIt gets a little weird and dark, but the spazzy sequel mostly delivers the same beautifully animated goofball shenanigans as the first.
  12. Where One Man Has Gone BeforeJames McAvoy on prebooting X-Men’s Professor X.
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    Movie Reviews: Louder Than a Bomb and Florent: Queen of the Meat Market, Two Docs That Won’t Depress You!Positive reprieves in the form of an emotionally powerful poetry slam competition and the birth of fabulous in the meatpacking district.
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    Priest Is A SinThe film seems to speed by, but actually it’s just short.
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    Twelve Films to Get Excited About at This Year’s Cannes Film FestivalStarring Ryan Gosling, Kirsten Dunst, and Tilda Swinton.
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    The Wretched Something Borrowed and the Merely Bad Jumping the BroomYou either get a maddening plot or an unfunny one: Take your pick!
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    Which Loud Summer Action Movie Is Right for You?Do you like your heroes drunk and weird or preposterously beefy? What kind of jewelry do they wear? We can help steer you to the right film.
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    Rob Brydon on The Trip and Doing the Perfect Michael Caine Impression“He’s got almost copyrightable speech patterns.”
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    Robert Pattinson Leaves No Room for the Elephant in Water for ElephantsThe world’s most famous vampire is curiously toothless.
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    Tribeca Film Festival’s Breakout Doc Director: Alma Har’elShe pairs vérité footage with staged, theatrical dance sequences in ‘Bombay Beach.’
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    Taylor Kitsch on John Carter of Mars, Battleship, and Why Bang Bang Club Forced Him to Seek Psychiatric HelpPlus, his response to all the lady love.
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    25 Films to See at the Tribeca Film FestivalWe’ve screened nearly all of the fest’s 93 movies: Here are the tickets you want to buy.
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    Three Movie Reviews: Henry’s Crime, Ceremony, and Blank CityAll your indie-film questions answered in one critical roundup.
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    The Very Talkative Russell Brand on Fame, Kids, Charlie Sheen, and MoreThe man will riff on anything, and we have the outtakes from his big profile interview to prove it.
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    Movie Review: Super It’s NotA scatterbrained film that sucks up the essence of so many other superheroes it loses any sense of a distinct identity.
  28. Brand RussellWith Arthur, the comedian’s outrageous persona gets tweaked.
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    Mel Gibson’s Compelling Performance in The BeaverThe movie got a warm response from the audience at the premiere. But it’s hard to tell if that was because it was presented by its beloved director, Jodie Foster.
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    Movie Review: Flimsy Limitless Could Use One of Its Own Pills’Limitless,’ like any cheap high, is a quick rush followed by a crushing sense of emptiness.
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    Logan Hill, SXSW Film Juror, Explains Why You Need to Watch for Natural SelectionThe ambitious sperm-donor/odd-couple comedy tries many things, and succeeds at all of them. And we have a clip.
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    A Five-Quote Sampler of Bridesmaids’ Dirtiest Jokes“Did you let him sleep over in your mouth?”
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    7 Reasons Why Video Games Are Better Than Battle: L.A.’Battle: L.A.’ not only reminds you of the relative genius of Michael Bay, it pales in comparison to even a mediocre first-person shooter.
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    Red Riding Hood Can’t Escape the Shadow of TwilightDirector Catherine Hardwicke is beaten by her own film.
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    Movie Review: Mars Needs Moms — and Better AnimationThe film is the swan song of Robert Zemeckis’s ImageMovers, an animation company that will be remembered for creating the creepiest, not-quite-human CGI.
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    Movie Review: Beastly Is GhastlyHow do you make “Beauty and the Beast” — an enchanting story, thousands of years old — palatable to a young movie audience? Dumb it down!
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    Hear Susan Boyle Sing the Theme for Trippy Anime Film Welcome to the SpaceshowIn which we learn that wasabi is one of the most valuable substances in the universe.
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    Movie Review: Happythankyoumoreplease Tests the Limits of Josh Radnor’s CharmThe ‘How I Met Your Mother’ star’s writer-director debut is an upbeat rom-com and the work of a blessed man.
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    Review: Look Out, Buzz Lightyear, Here Comes RangoWith ILM and Gore Verbinski’s thrillingly goofy, unabashedly strange, Johnny Depp–voiced Western odyssey, there’s a new animation powerhouse in Toon Town.
  41. Through a Glass DarklyAfter her dragon-slaying Alice, Mia Wasikowska goes goth as Jane Eyre.
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    Movie Review: Drive Angry 3-D Doesn’t Even Have the Courtesy to Be Hilariously Bad“You don’t know pain until you’ve seen someone pull your daughter’s head off”
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    Enfant Terrible Xavier Dolan Is a Director Who Really Wants to Act“This is a contemptuous and stupid way of watching film.”
  44. Blogger With a QuillOscar nominee Geoffrey Rush moves from a king’s speech to a madman’s diary.
  45. 57 Minutes With Melissa LeoThe Fighter’s steely scene-stealer makes the most of her second spin through awards season, while wearing skinny jeans not of h […]
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    Vulture’s List of 100 Things to Look Forward To in 2011Whether you agree with our rankings or not, at least there’s plenty to salivate over.
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    2010’s 25 Best Performances That Won’t Win OscarsWe loved these actors, and they don’t have a chance in hell at the Academy Awards.
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    The Walking Dead Recap: A Bang That’s a WhimperSeriously, that ticking coundown clock is so MacGruber.
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    The 12 Nastiest Moments From The Walking DeadWait, is that Legolas with the crossbow? Doesn’t that zombie look like the old lady from ‘Drag Me to Hell’?
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