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The 10 Best Teachers in Movie History

One of the great things about adulthood is that we don’t have to go to school anymore, and yet we keep returning by way of the movies. Why do we keep going back? To imagine what it would have been…

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The Top 10 Movie Spaceships

Movie spaceships are legion, but which is the most awesome in the universe? We ranked the 10 best, completely subjectively. Some rules: We only drew from the movies (TV spaceships like the Battlestar Galactica — which is killer — and…

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44 at 66th: The 2006 New York Film Festival

In New York City, there are certain things that hint that fall is rearing its autumnal head. The smell of the silver carts carrying heated nuts and kebab meat start soaking into the air as 9 am commuters grab their…

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At Death’s Door: “Final Destination 3” Star Mary Elizabeth Winstead

Does fate really exist, or do we control our own destiny? Is there some kind of a ‘master plan’ that organizes life, death, and everything in between, or do we have free will and make things happen for ourselves? Are…

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It’s Brafftastic! Chit-Chat with “The Last Kiss” Star Zach Braff

The growing army of Zach Braff admirers must be wondering if there’s anything the versatile actor can’t do. His sharp timing, warmly offbeat sense of humor and willing physicality help maintain a must-see tag on NBC’s underrated Scrubs. Braff’s debut…

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The Top 50 Movie Endings of All Time

I’ve seen Chinatown a dozen times, and while it’s a great movie, two specific things about it stick in my mind: Jack Nicholson’s bandaged nose and the final line of dialogue. Acting, directing, a great script… these are essential to…

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White Guys Hate Paul Walker: An Interview

Welcome to the ‘Paul Walker Haters Club.’ Care to join? Film credits like Timeline, Into the Blue, The Fast and the Furious, and The Skulls have already brought in millions of members nationwide. Don’t worry about membership requirements. You just…

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Wrongs and Rights: The 2006 Human Rights Film Festival

Going on 17 years now, the Human Rights Watch International Film Festival New York has been doing its best to make sure that audiences are not necessarily entertained, but informed. According to the festival, their raison d’etre is to ‘help…

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Crunchy Movies: The 2006 Independent Film Festival of Boston

On a chilly Saturday afternoon in April, an Independent Film Festival of Boston organizer stood in front of a packed house and called his event ‘organic.’ Unless you’re using that word at the Whole Foods market you might be pegged…

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More New York Stories: The 2006 Tribeca Film Festival

Celebrities are rarely a bad thing when it comes to amping up film festival audience’s interest. That’s one enduring lesson of the fifth annual Tribeca Film Festival: Even an evening of less-than-stellar films can be compensated for somewhat by the…

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