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Feb 12th

Rudd and Mann revive “Knocked Up” roles in raunchy spinoff

Rudd and Mann revive “Knocked Up” roles in raunchy spinoffWhen we first met Pete (Paul Rudd) and Debbie (Leslie Mann) in Knocked Up (2007), the couple was in crisis, primarily on account of her controlling behavior. She unreasonably suspected her husband of cheating because of the odd hours he kept as a Rock and Roll talent scout.
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Jeremy Renner stars in spy franchise

Jeremy Renner stars in spy franchise The prior three installments in the Bourne franchise, The Bourne Identity, The Bourne Supremacy and The Bourne Ultimatum, were all adapted from best-sellers by Robert Ludlum and starred Matt Damon as espionage agent extraordinaire Jason Bourne. The Bourne Legacy represents a major departure in that it’s based on a book by Eric Van Lustbader and only makes slight references to the title character.
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Frenetic fourth installment strictly for tykes

Frenetic fourth installment strictly for tykes Unfortunately, the brains behind the latest installment of this animated series abandoned the family-friendly formula which made it so popular. Instead, they decided to produce a kitchen sink comedy more concerned with generating cheap laughs by any means possible than with spinning a coherent tale.
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Naïve waif laments climate change in surreal cautionary tale

Naïve waif laments climate change in surreal cautionary tale 6 year-old Hushpuppy (Quvenzhané Wallis) is being raised under the radar in “The Bathtub,” a backwoods bayou located on the swamp side of a Louisiana levee. The self-sufficient tomboy divides her days between attending to her sickly father (Dwight Henry) and living in harmony with a handful of other hardy refugees from civilization.
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Auto-biopic explores obsessive-compulsive disorder

Auto-biopic explores obsessive-compulsive disorderThirty years ago, Bud Clayman was an aspiring filmmaker with a promising future when he headed to Hollywood after graduating from college in Philadelphia. Unfortunately, his career was instead derailed by a breakdown brought on by a number of previously-undiagnosed mental illnesses.
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Delightful docudrama recounts shooting of horror classic “Psycho

Delightful docudrama recounts shooting of horror classic “PsychoIt wasn’t long after the Hollywood premiere of "North by Northwest" in July of 1959 that Alfred Hitchcock (Anthony Hopkins) was already searching for his next project, since he was at his most content making movies. After passing on all the scripts being pitched by Paramount, the master of suspense became curious about a recently-published novel inspired by the gruesome exploits of a Wisconsin serial killer (Michael Wincott).
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Civil Rights documentary recounts landmark Supreme Court decision on interracial marriage

Civil Rights documentary recounts landmark Supreme Court decision on interracial marriage
Soon after Mildred Jeter and Richard Loving tied the knot in Washington, DC on June 2, 1958, they decided to move back to their tiny hometown of Central Point, Virginia to settle down and start a family. The groom, a bricklayer by trade, even purchased a plot of land where he promised to build his bride a house.
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