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Jason Reitman Takes a Stab at Using Adam Sandler in a Dramatic Role Again in the 'Men, Women & Children' Teaser

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The movie also stars Jennifer Garner, Emma Thompson, Judy Greer, Rosemarie Dewitt, Dean Norris, Kaitlyn Dever, and Ansel Elgort.

Impossible to Explain: A Few Words with John Carpenter

If John Carpenter had only directed "Halloween," his 1978 film about a trio of babysitters being stalked by a crazed killer over the course of the titular evening, his name would still be writ large in the annals of genre filmmakingShow More Summary

A Critical Review Of Taylor Swift's New Video 'Shake It Off'

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The very same things that get you called a thug or a ho, gets her called "adorable" and "staying true to herself".

They're Gonna be Bigger than Yeezus

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Imma let you finish, but this could be the greatest collaboration OF ALL TIME!

The 'Saved By the Bell' Trailer Is Just as Terrible as You Want It to Be

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Of course, if this movie looked halfway decent, we would have zero interest in actually watching it.

An FFC Review of "Cold Eyes"

The South Korean film “Cold Eyes” is a pure exercise in the thriller genre and professionalism. This is a taut, efficient work which does not waste a single minute of its two-hour running time, and we are entertained by how well its characters do their work. Show More Summary

Life Imitating Art: Ira Sachs on “Love Is Strange”

In a year where popular pictures marketed as “religious” have cloaked their intolerance in self-righteous anger, Ira Sachs’ gentle, sublimely nuanced character study “Love Is Strange” registers as rather radical. The film centers on Ben (John Lithgow) and George (Alfred Molina), a NYC couple who get married in the 39th year of their relationship. Show More Summary

Gene Simmons Is Sorry, Not Sorry That He Told People To Kill Themselves

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Plus a news anchor hits rehab again, Chris Pratt's Scooby Doo van & Leonardo DiCaprio "cleans up."

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1. "Let's Be Real": At Grantland, Wesley Morris discusses the poorly reviewed comedy, "Let's Be Cops," in light of the escalating tragedy in Ferguson following the shooting of Michael Brown. Related: The Washington Post trio of DeNeen L. Show More Summary

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