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    The Rolling Stones' Forbidden Documentary

    With the Rolling Stones scouring their vaults and releasing every alternate mix and scrap of arcana as a high-priced collector's item, it's hard to believe there's anything left unissued. But as Jack Hamilton writes at Slate, there's one piece of Stones history that remains resolutely off-limits: Ro...

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    Review: Michael Cera and Sebastien Silva Team Up For Off-Kilter 'Crystal Fairy'

    The comedic styles of Chilean director Sebastián Silva and Michael Cera couldn't have less in common.

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    Here's 5 Must-See Latin American Films From Latinbeat 2013

    The Film Society of Lincoln Center’s 16th annual Latinbeat program (July 12-21) presents the latest works from South American filmmakers from Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Guatemala, Mexico, and Uruguay. Here are five key films.

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    Songs In The Key Of Los Angeles

    I’m a sucker for vintage sheet music, but most of my favorite examples are movie-related. I never realized how many songs were written as paeans to the city of Los Angeles and its way of life...

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    Channel Guide: Gasland Part II

    Is Josh Fox's sequel to Gasland worth tuning in?

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    Does It Matter If Women Make Superhero Movies?

    Would women making superhero movies change Hollywood? Or would it change them?

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    'Gasland' Gets a Sequel, But Does It Offer Anything New? Looking At HBO's 'Gasland Part II'

    Early on, "Gasland Part II" takes the issues of the previous feature to a global level.

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    Review Roundup: Guillermo del Toro's 'Pacific Rim,' Great Entertainment or Clunky Noise Machine?

    It's clash of the critics for Guillermo del Toro's kaiju-vs.-robots summer tentpole "Pacific Rim." Reactions are all over the place on this one. In a five-star review, the Telegraph claims the film "offers a bold, exhaustive and utterly convincing definition [of the word] fun." Meanwhile, Variety go...

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    Critics Battle Over 'Pacific Rim'

    Critics Battle Over 'Pacific Rim'

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    Guillermo del Toro's 'Pacific Rim': Smarter Blockbuster or a Different Kind of Dumb?

    There's not much more to "Pacific Rim" than its principle reference points, which Del Toro clashes together with a chaotic fervor on par with the battles at the movie's center.

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