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A Tale of Love and Darkness

A TALE OF LOVE AND DARKNESS is based on the memories of Amos Oz, growing up in Jerusalem in the years before Israeli statehood with Arieh, his academic father and Fania, his dreamy, imaginative m read more »

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Love & Anarchy

AKA(s): Film d'amore e d'anarchia,

An epic tragicomedy from director Lina Wertmuller (Seven Beauties), LOVE AND ANARCHY plumbs the depths of fascist Italy from the perspective of a simple farm boy sent to kill Mussolini. Giancarlo Gia read more »

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The Terror's Advocate (l'avocat De La Terreur)

Barbet Schroeder paints portrait of a terrorist as a man Read more »

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The Terror's Advocate (L'avocat de la terreur)

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Funny Games

Haneke brings his violent Games to America Read more »

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The Baader Meinhof Complex (Der Baader Meinhof Komplex)

Guerrillas in West Berlin Read more »

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Weekend Cinema Listomania (Special What Dreams May Come Edition)

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New Releases: July 5, 2011

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New Boxoffice Weekly on the iPad: Sharktopus, Satan, and Your Save-The-Dates for 2012

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The Strangers

Misguided home invasion flick adds nothing to genre Read more »

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Four Lions

What a lovable and bumbling terrorist cell! Read more »

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Red State

A State of Constant Sermonizing Read more »

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Paranormal Activity 3

They're baaaaaackand better than ever Read more »

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United 93

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Weekend Cinema Listomania (Special What's the Matter With Kids Today! Edition)

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The Number 23

Unlike everywhere else the number 23 appears, this one is insignificant Read more »

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Frost/Nixon

Ron Howard, Peter Morgan and Frank Langella paint a complex anecdotal portrait of the self-made monster that still troubles the sleep of the American Dream Read more »

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