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Review: ‘Non-Stop’

Feb 26, 2014 · Kate Erbland · "'Non-Stop' is a relatively high-flying adventure."

Filminism: ‘Don Jon’ Climaxes Too Soon

Sep 27, 2013 · Jenni Miller · "Don Jon" tries to get real about sex, but at the end it just wants to get off.

Review: ‘Don Jon’

Sep 25, 2013 · William Goss · "Don Jon" sees star Joseph Gordon-Levitt doing triple duty as the writer and director, with ease.

Exclusive Deleted Scene: ‘What Maisie Knew’

May 17, 2013 · Film.com Staff · Childhood isn't as easy as it used to be.

Tribeca Film Festival Review: ‘The English Teacher’

Apr 18, 2013 · Jordan Hoffman · The only lesson here is that bad movies happen to good people.

The 2013 Tribeca Film Festival: Our 20 Most Anticipated Films

Apr 17, 2013 · David Ehrlich · We dug through over 150 films to find you the best of the fest.

Movies Streaming This Week: ‘A Haunted House,’ ‘To The Wonder’ and Celebrating Chaplin’s Birthday

Apr 16, 2013 · Jason Guerrasio · To the Wonder... to the wall!

New on Streaming Week of Mar 04, 2013 - Movies Streaming/On Demand This Week: ‘Breaking Dawn-Part 2,’ ‘Red Dawn’ & More

Mar 4, 2013 · Jason Guerrasio · Now you can re-watch that nutty battle scene over and over and over.

14 Supporting Noms That Were Actually Leads

Jan 17, 2013 · Joe Reid · Another set of Oscar nominations, another round of second-guessing about what it means to be...
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20 Movies Most Likely to Pop at Sundance

Jan 16, 2013 · Laremy Legel · Park City might be snowy, but the cinema will be sizzling!
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