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Ben Coffman

It's unabashedly unoriginal...so at least that's someThing. more

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It's definitely worth catching, so long as you bring Purell. more

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Recession got you down? Fantasize about boss murder! more

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Artistic expression or self-promotion? Who cares? This documentary is fascinating! more

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You don’t need Facebook in Moscow. Keeping track of classmates is easy — you simply stomp up the stairs to the cramped apartment where your old friend used to live and, odds are, they’re still there. What’s hard is keeping up with the capit... more

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This new adaptation Eyre -d on the side of awesome. more

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Not since Culture Club has a chameleon so captivated a nation. more

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Those expecting Taken may get took. more

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This low-budget indie sci-fi flick shares a title with a Kanye West track. Baller. more

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Love hurts, but Williams and Gosling’s performances sure don’t. more

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From the land down under comes one momma of a crime drama. more

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I can’t say much about this maybe-real, maybe-not documentary other than it has nothing to do with fish. more

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A portrait of the artist as a young nun. more

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Boyle’s film is so good, it deserves more than the sound of one hand clapping. more

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Kicking out quick adaptations is like kicking a hornet’s nest; eventually, you get stung. more

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Even in animated form, Will Ferrell walks the line of familiar fun and been-there-done-that. more

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Cause the piano just ate someone ... more

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Prizing its subtlety and delighting in its ability to make the viewer uncomfortable more

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Just the plot makes me queasy. Look it up for yourself…but don’t do it at work. more

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Basquiat documentary depicts the artist as a young man With its repetitive vocal line and frenetic bounciness, the 1940s bebop tune “Salt Peanuts” was the perfect song for the opening credits of The Radiant Child, a documentary about artis... more

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