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    Real Steel—movie review

    From the billboards you might think thisis another Transformers movie—heaven help us—when in fact, Real Steel is a cross between Rocky and The Champ. It’s formulaic and unashamedly manipulative, but it’s played with sincerity…and it w...

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    The Women On The 6th Floor—DVD Review

    The Women On The 6th Floor—DVD Review

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    What to See, What to Skip: New Reviews This Week

    If torture porn of the most gruesome variety isn't your thing, not to worry. There's more than the second installment in the "Human Centipede" franchise hitting theaters this week. Get clued in on what's worth catching by checking out new reviews published this week on ind...

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    REVIEW | Emilio Estevez's "The Way" Is A Lot Better Than It Looks

    "The Way" has the makings of a movie that shouldn't work, but it navigates many of those potential faults with surprising competence.

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    Critical Consensus: War Doc "Hell and Back Again" Is The Pick of the Week

    Coming off an acclaimed run on the festival circuit, Danfung Dennis's war doc "Hell and Back Again" is hitting theaters today via Docurama Films, and it's the pick of the week, according to the folks polled on criticWIRE.

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    REVIEW | Documentary "Hell and Back Again" is the Best War Movie of the Year

    There have been plenty of combat documentaries over the last 10 years, but photojournalist Danfung Dennis' "Hell and Back Again" adopts an original conceit. Dennis follows Marine Sgt. Nathan Harris, a gruff 25-year-old who was stationed in Afghanistan, during two seminal moments in his life. During ...

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    NYFF REVIEW | "Paradise Lost 3" Ends a Saga of Injustice, But Many Questions Remain

    "Paradise Lost 3: Purgatory" premiered in September at the Toronto International Film Festival in an unfinished form because the film's real ending arrived, unexpectedly, a few weeks earlier. The men known as the "West Memphis 3," imprisoned while teenagers for crimes they likely didn't commit, spent 18 years behind bars. In August, they entered a trio of "Alford pleas," relying on a little-known law that allowed them to plead guilty while maintaining their innocence. Sentenced to time served, they went free that day. That meant 36-year-old Damien Echols evaded the death penalty; Jesse Misskelley and Jason Baldwin were released from their lif...

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    Abel Ferrara's "4:44 Last Day on Earth" Is the Upbeat Alternative to "Melancholia"

    Abel Ferrara's movies often take place in a world dominated by destructive tendencies that range from corruption and perversion to Catholic guilt. "4:44 Last Day on Earth," Ferrara's first New York production in a decade, takes that fixation even further by imagining the end of the...

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    Treasures Of The West—dvd review

    Preserving rare old films is crucial, but the National Film Preservation Foundation believes it’s just as important to bring them to the widest possible audience. That’s why its Treasures from American Film Archives series is so valuable. Treasures 5: The West gathers an except...

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    Meet Buck Brannaman, the Real-Life Horse Whisperer & Subject of "Buck," Our DVD Pick of the Week

    Revered horse trainer and real-life cowboy Buck Brannaman is used to a busy, road tripping lifestyle. For three decades in clinics all over the U.S., Brannaman has taught horse owners what is commonly referred to as 'natural horsemanship': a philosophy of working with horses based on understanding how horses think and communicate. With this spring's release of "Buck," Cindy Meehl’s documentary on his life and troubled childhood, Brannaman became busier (and more popular) than ever. The film went on to exceed the wildest of expectations, grossing over $4 million at the domestic box office, making Brannaman a star on the doc circuit. It comes o...

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