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  1. Griswold's van the other star of - Vacation'Read the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | USA Today

    Besides Ed Helms and Christina Applegate the other star of 'Vacation' is the Griswold Family's van, the Tartan Prancer. Griswold's van the other star of 'Vacation' Besides Ed Helms and Christina Applegate the other star of 'Vacation' is the Griswold Family's van, the Tartan Prancer.

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  2. STX Sets Secret in Their Eyes For ThanksgivingRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | ComingSoon.net

    Motion picture and television studio STX Entertainment has today dated the upcoming crime thriller Secret in Their Eyes for release on November 20 . The film, which is written and directed by Billy Ray and adapts Juan JosA Campanella's 2010 Academy Award-winning Best Foreign Language Film.

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  3. Door open for Wet Hot American Summer season 2, new movieRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Digital Trends

    Anything's possible for Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp . The Netflix series has yet to air, but its co-creators, David Wain and Michael Showalter, are already entertaining ideas about how to add to the franchise, which started with the 2001 feature film that became a cult classic.

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  4. Five Reasons to Enter the Silly, Sad World of Netflix's BoJack HorsemanRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | OC Weekly

    BoJack Horseman lurched out of the gate last year with a whole lotta animal puns and one uncomplicated thesis: Old sitcoms suck. An aggressively stupid and mawkish show from the late '80s called Horsin' Around , about an equine-human hybrid in Cosby sweaters who adopts three adorable orphans, made its star, BoJack , incredibly rich and incredibly miserable.

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  5. The City and the CitiesRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | OC Weekly

    A luminous jumble, Jem Cohen's latest experiment in non-narrative urban portraiture captures, in its beauty and bad moods and consistent epiphanies, many contradictory truths of city life itself. Following up 2013's Museum Hours , a fiction film steeped in the magnificent reality of Austria's Kunsthistorisches Museum, Cohen's Counting is his most ambitious production yet, surveying in 15 chapters fresh particulars of New York, Moscow, St. Petersburg, Istanbul and other marvelous, inconstant places.

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  6. Wasn't He Awesome?Read the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | OC Weekly

    Anecdote No. 1: Chris Farley made a habit of pouncing on Mike Myers - at the same exact time each week - during the early- to mid-1990s era in which the two starred on Saturday Night Live .

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  7. EndnoteRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | OC Weekly

    ... writer of brilliance was also a man you might know: shrugging, a little shy, his wardrobe a shambles, his taste in movies egalitarian enough that he'll rave about John Travolta's death in Broken Arrow. Unlike Lipsky or Jonathan Franzen, you can see ...

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  8. Holiday WoeRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | OC Weekly

    It's been 32 years since the release of National Lampoon's Vacation , in which Chevy Chase, as dad Clark Griswold, packed his clan into what looked like a Country Squire from Hell and sought the family-bonding experience by driving cross-country to a mythical mega-amusement park known as Walley World. If you're the type of person who needed a Vacation to recover from your Vacation , your three-decades-plus wait is over: The new but not necessarily improved edition is here to make you feel either very old or very relieved you weren't around when the first one, or any of its sequels, hit.

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  9. Not Another Lego MovieRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | OC Weekly

    How much time would you like to spend in the company of benignly kooky hobbyists? That's the question to ask before committing to docu-commercial A Lego Brickumentary , a largely genial but frequently wearying feature-length toy ad. The film's central conceit is sound enough: Lego construction kits "unlock [users'] imagination," in the words of one Lego creator.

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  10. We Choose to Accept ItRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | OC Weekly

    At 53, Tom Cruise is past the retirement age of every James Bond except Roger Moore. Yet his 19-year-old Mission: Impossible series ticks on, counting down the seconds till its next explosion - and Cruise's Ethan Hunt is determined to unman his cross-Atlantic competition.

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  11. Kristen Stewart, Idris Elba in Venice Film Festival lineupRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Albany Times Union

    Venice Biennale President Paolo Baratta and Italian Festival Director Alberto Barbera, right, pose prior to a press conference to present the Venice Film Festival, in Rome Wednesday, July 29, 2015. This year's Venice Film Festival will include Kristen Stewart in a sci-fi romance, a war story with Idris Elba and a thriller starring Tilda Swinton and Dakota Johnson.

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  12. Tom Cruise is trying to make Edge of Tomorrow 2 happenRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Digital Trends

    This is important: Please, nobody tell Tom Cruise that it's not 1986 and that he is, therefore, not 24 years old. Action Hero Tom has been in full bloom recently and - when he's not hanging from the side of airborne planes , crushing lip sync battles with Jimmy Fallon or saying he doesn't want no stinkin' CGI in Top Gun 2 - he's talking Edge of Tomorrow 2. Not only is he talking Edge of Tomorrow 2, he's taking the reins and pushing for the sequel himself.

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  13. 'Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp' offers all-star sillinessRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | OregonLive.com

    ... the 2001 movie, "Wet Hot American Summer." True to the spirit of the original, "First Day of Camp" spoofs summer-camp movies, while incorporating its own wayward sense of humor. Best of all, it reunites the creative team that made "Wet Hot American ...

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  14. 'The End Of The Tour' Review: Jesse Eisenberg & Jason...Read the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Deadline

    One of the breakout hits of the Sundance Film Festival, The End Of The Tour begins hitting theaters Friday, and as I say in my video review , it is a literate and rewarding look at something that - on the surface at least - would not seem very cinematic. Based on a bestselling book by Rolling Stone reporter David Lipsky, the movie recounts the five-day 1996 interview session Lipsky conducted with acclaimed author David Foster Wallace, whose massive 1000-plus-page novel, Infinite Jest, had just been released.

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  15. 'Mr. Holmes' a pleasing puzzlerRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Los Angeles Times

    While it's never certain what the adult audience will embrace, having the great detective Sherlock Holmes on your team certainly gives you a leg up on the competition, which is one reason why the elegant Bill Condon-directed puzzler "Mr. Holmes" is approaching $7 million at the U.S. box office in less than two weeks. Aided greatly by Ian McKellen's impeccable performance, "Mr. Holmes" presents the sage of Baker Street as a 93-year-old retiree grappling with diminishing memory and other indignities of age and dealing with the one thing he's never had to contend with before: his own emotions.

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  16. Christian Petzold's 'Phoenix' haunted by ghosts of WWIIRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Los Angeles Times

    ... whose intimate portraits of relationships are set against social upheavals. "We in Germany don't have those kinds of movies and I'm a bit astonished and a little bit afraid of that. We are afraid to go back to all those emotions" that came from the ...

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  17. Joshua Oppenheimer's The Look of Silence Revisits a Genocide - AgainRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Denver Westword

    In 2012, documentary filmmaker Joshua Oppenheimer made a splash with The Act of Killing , in which he sought out members of Indonesian killing squads, individuals who murdered thousands of innocent citizens accused of being communists after a military takeover in 1965, and invited them to re-enact their crimes in the style of Hollywood movies. The thugs happily took the bait, relishing the chance to relive their glory days in front of Oppenheimer's camera.

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  18. Irrational Man Finds Woody Allen Skeeved by Emma Stone's Older LoverRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Denver Westword

    At the start of Woody Allen's campus comedy Irrational Man , caddish professor Abe Lucas drives up to a new school that's already steeled itself for his arrival. "Of course, my reputation - a reputation - preceded me," admits Abe.

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  19. Game of Thrones inspires a Nat Geo Wild wildlife epic miniseriesRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Digital Trends

    Game of Thrones ' influence is everywhere, even on Nat Geo Wild. The network has plans to bring a wildlife epic miniseries to viewers, calling it Big Games of Thrones , Variety reports.

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  20. 'Secret in Their Eyes' Remake Moves to NovemberRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Hollywood Reporter

    STX Entertainment is moving the release of the crime thriller Secret in Their Eyes , starring Chiwetel Ejiofor, Nicole Kidman and Julia Roberts , to Nov. 20. The movie had originally been scheduled to hit theaters on Oct. 23, but will now open on the weekend before Thanksgiving in hopes of taking advantage of the availability of holiday moviegoers. In announcing the change, Kevin Grayson , president of theatrical distribution for STX, said, " Secret in Their Eyes is a smart, well-crafted crime thriller with a remarkable cast that has broad commercial appeal for adults.

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