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23 years after her electrifying Senate testimony, the story of the woman who accused Justice Clarence Thomas of sexual misconduct comes to the big screen.READ MORE 4 COMMENTS
First-time director Daniel Patrick Carbone's haunting tale of two young brothers, one long summer and an unexpected death that changes everything.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Exquisitely cast and filmed, this emotionally raw tale of two working class brothers (Christian Bale and Casey Affleck) is one of the best movies of 2013.READ MORE 2 COMMENTS
The Act of Killing is the odds-on fav, but Cutie and the Boxer is the best of the bunch in this year's documentary category.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
In short films starring vultures and starlings in flight, artist Dennis Hlynsk seems to be mapping time.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
The four-time medalist was the first competitor to die in the 20-year history of the X Games. Now, there's a Lucy Walker film about him.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Analysis: A compromise on the DREAM Act only provides a brief interlude between the mutual provocations.READ MORE 3 COMMENTS
A guy called Bad Lip Reader has Peyton Manning admitting that "old folks' allergies" gross him out.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
David O. Russell's new film is like a caged animal - that's been nominated for 10 Academy Awards.READ MORE 3 COMMENTS
Critic Rustin Thompson shares the best - and most heartbreaking - video by and about vulnerable youth.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Bruce Dern does an Oscar-worthy star turn in the new Alexander Payne film about a cantankerous old codger who thinks he won a million bucks.READ MORE 2 COMMENTS
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