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December 2013

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      The Twelve Scenes of Christmas: Numbers 4 to 1

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      In case you've just joined us, we've been counting down twelve great scenes of Christmas from the movies. We've been everywhere from "Lethal Weapon" to "Since You Went Away" to "The Thin Man." Check out #12–#9 and #8–#5, then settle in...
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        Walking with Dinosaurs

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        "Walking with Dinosaurs," the big-screen version of the internationally successful BBC series that taught younger viewers about the prehistoric creatures through state-of-the-art CGI recreations, is a film that is not so much bad—although it...
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          Thumbnails 12/19/2013

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          1.">"Paul Rudd Leads Marvel Film." Variety's Justin Kroll confirms it: He who drinks from the Fountain of Youth is now Ant-Man."Rudd is an interesting choice as a super-hero, since he is known more for his comedic roles than action-heavy...
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            The Twelve Scenes of Christmas: Numbers 8 to 5

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            We're counting down twelve great Christmas scenes from the movies. Yesterday we gave you #12 through #9. Today we've got everything from a 1940s drama that'll have you reaching for your handkerchief to a Yule-set horror film that riffs on "It's a...
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              Adam McKay Returns to Comedy Spotlight with "Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues"

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              Will Ferrell is not a superstar without Adam McKay. From his time as a head writer on "Saturday Night Live" through the films "Anchorman," "Talladega Nights," "Step Brothers," and "The Others Guys," and into internet domination with Funny or Die,...
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                The Twelve Scenes of Christmas: Numbers 12 to 9

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                You've probably had your fill of the usual Christmas movies, and you certainly don't need us to steer you to "Miracle on 34th Street" and "White Christmas" and "It's a Wonderful Life." But what about great Christmas scenes in movies? You asked for...
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                  The New Rijksmuseum

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                  "The New Rijksmuseum" proves that films can describe nuances of character and situation as finely as the finest novel or creative non-fiction. Across four hours, we study the body language, discreet gestures and expressions of an army of museum...
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                    Thumbnails 12/18/2013

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                    1."2013: The Year 'the Stream' Crested." The Atlantic's Alexis C. Madrigal thinks the the organizing metaphor for the Internet has finally peaked. "What was exciting in 2009—this pairing of reverse-chronological content with the...
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                      Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues

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                      "Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues" finds Will Ferrell's vain news reader Ron Burgundy trying to re-create himself at a CNN-type network in the eighties, and accidentally inventing the soul-sucking brand of non-news that now rules cable. It's a...
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                        Her

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                        Spike Jonze's "Her" plays like a kind of miracle the first time around. Watching its opening shots of Joaquin Phoenix making an unabashed declaration of eternal love to an unseen soul mate is immediately disarming. The actor is so unaffected, so...