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City Planning As A Contact Sport In 'Citizen Jane: Battle For The City'

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'Quiet Passion' Captures The Wit And Vulnerability Of Poet Emily Dickinson

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An Insignificant Hustler Yearns To Be A Big-Time Operator In The Ironic 'Norman'

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Movie Review: Richard Gere Plays A Scheming New York Fixer In 'Norman'

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An Amazon Adventurer Is Weighed Down By Family Ties In 'Lost City of Z'

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Your Name. starts like a teen rom-com but turns into a harrowing survival tale. Courtesy of Funimation Films hide caption

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A Body-Switching Teen Romance Anime Disaster Flick With 'Your Name.' On It

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Genre-Bending 'Colossal' Mixes Monster Metaphor With Romantic Comedy

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Romeo (Adrian Titieni) and Eliza (Maria-Victoria Dragus) in Graduation, writer-director Cristian Mungiu's tale of the tiny, everyday compromises that destroy the soul. Sundance Selects hide caption

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Two Ways Of Documenting Uncertainty: 'All This Panic' And 'God Knows Where I Am'

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