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Melissa Etheridge slams Jolie, defends Pitt

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It’s pretty clear singer-songwriter Melissa Etheridge is not an Angelina Jolie fan — not at all.  Etheridge spoke out and had some pretty harsh words for Jolie in an interview on Monday. She spoke with Andy Cohen on his SiriusXM show and defended her friend, Brad Pitt, while they discussed his …

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Review: The interrupted lives of "Certain Women"

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A film of small rather than broad strokes, “Certain Women” is a triptych of character portraits featuring women who strive to make connections, in part because their lives are mired in routine or disappointment. Written and directed by Kelly Reichardt, who adapted the short stories of Maile Meloy, “Certain Women” …

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Marion Cotillard debuts baby bump at Dior show

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Just one week after announcing her pregnancy, actress Marion Cotillard debuted her baby bump at the Christian Dior show during Paris Fashion Week.  Cotillard, who wrote one week ago on Instagram that she is expecting a second child with her partner Guillaume Canet, wore a loose white top that mostly covered up …

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Diane Lane on starring in "The Cherry Orchard"

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Actress Diane Lane’s very first movie was “A Little Romance,” when she was just 13 years old. She has since made a name for herself on the big screen, appearing in popular movies like “Unfaithful,” “The Outsiders,” “The Cotton Club,” “Under the Tuscan Sun” and “The Perfect Storm.”  Now, Lane is starring in …

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Reviews: Poets as heroes in “Paterson,” "Neruda”

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Two new films honor literature as a life-saving force, presenting poets as heroic protagonists who either wield mighty pens against swords or simply capture some of life’s most intimate moments in passages of carefully-crafted prose. The stories of Jim Jarmusch’s “Paterson” and Pablo Larrain’s “Neruda” (both of which will screen …

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Review: Heartache painted by “Moonlight”

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In “Moonlight,” director Barry Jenkins’ evocative tale of the boyhood, adolescence and growing maturity of a sexually-conflicted black man in southern Florida, a wonderful ensemble of actors burrows deeply into the emotions of their characters with surprising nuance, to produce a revealing portrait of a young man’s coming of age.  …

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The Mortician, The Murder, The Movie

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Produced by Jamie Stolz and Marc Goldbaum CARTHAGE, Texas | One way or another, Bernie Tiede, has been dealing with death and darkness since he was 3 years old. “My daddy and my mother … they had a car accident, and my mother was riding in the passenger’s side of …

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Review: Heart-wrenching "Manchester by the Sea"

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A haunting family tragedy, and its repercussions as they are felt across generations, is dramatized with unforgettable force and biting humor in Kenneth Lonergan’s “Manchester by the Sea,” one of the very best films of the year. Kyle Chandler and Casey Affleck in a flashback scene in “Manchester by the Sea.” Roadside Attractions/Amazon …

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