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The 10 Best Films Of 2008
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As the decade came to a close, we have little to complain about. The second-half of the aughts were fantastic, yielding many of the best films of the aughts.
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Slamdance '15 Interview: Karyn Rachtman on Joining the Campaign for "Sweet Micky for President"
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The legendary music supervisor behind "Pulp Fiction" and "Boogie Nights" talks about putting the pieces together as a producer for this wildly entertaining & unbelievable documentary about the 2011 Haitian Presidential election, as well as why she disappeared and how she's roaring back.
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Interview: Abderrahmane Sissako on "Timbuktu"
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One of the world's most electrifying and compassionate filmmakers talks about the inspiration for this tragic drama about the 2012 conflict in North Mali, why he gravitates towards stories of women and using a composer for the first time.
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Did 'American Sniper' miss an important mark?
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Category: Analysis
Tagged: American Sniper
An article about how 'American Sniper' may have missed an important mark by focusing more on wartime heroics than homefront pain
Source: www.latimes.com
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5 Ways Ex Machina Will Blow Your Mind
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Category: Analysis
Tagged: Ex Machina, Alex Garland
Alex Garland's directorial début Ex Machina was released this earlier this week. Not only is it an amazing film, but it also opens the discussion to some big questions.
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Jude Law on Books, Dating and Up for Submarine Thriller 'Black Sea'
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Category: Cast & Crew
Tagged: Jude Law, Black Sea
Now in the second year of his not-pretty phase, Law leads an eclectic cast of character actors in "Black Sea." With his hair buzzed to stubble and his face festooned with scruff, Law is bulkier and burlier than moviegoers are used to seeing him. He also sports a Scottish accent. @Indiewire talked to Law about submarines, whales, and books.
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A show focused wholly on the past, The Wonder Years was still ahead of its time
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The Wonder Years was steadfast in the idea that the time in which it took place was merely another facet of its personality, not an outlet for high-handed mockery. A detailed look at the show.
Source: www.avclub.com
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Dabbling in Romantic Chemistry
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Category: Analysis
Tagged: Amira & Sam, Martin Starr
Since playing one of the geeks on the short-lived TV series "Freaks and Geeks," Martin Starr — variously bearded, bespectacled, acerbic, nerdy or all of the above — has been part of many memorable comic ensembles, from the films "Knocked Up" and "Adventureland" to "Silicon Valley." But for his latest film, he did his most surprising thing to date for a role: clean up. The @nytimes reports.
Source: www.nytimes.com
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Richard Linklater's 'Before Sunrise,' 20 Years Later - The Atlantic
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Category: Analysis
Tagged: Before Sunrise
Richard Linklater's indie classic came out two decades ago, marking the beginning of the Boyhood director's grand experiments with time.
Added by on 1/28/15
'Downton Abbey' Has One New Trick Up Its Sleeve
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Category: Analysis
Tagged: Downton Abbey: Season 5
@indiewire here will discuss the intrigues, upstairs and downstairs, of public television's favorite Yorkshire manor during it's 5th season.
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