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Annabelle: Creation

That’s when you know a movie is really working. When it reduces grown men to single syllables.

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Ballad of Narayama

"The Ballad of Narayama" is a Japanese film of great beauty and elegant artifice, telling a story of startling cruelty. What a space it opens…

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9/19/2013

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Why "Breaking Bad" viewers whitewash Walter White; Pandora just got worse for musicians; U.S. home care aides to be covered by labor laws; N.J.'s ban on self-serve gasoline; the world's first invisible tower; James Franco on all book covers.

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More debate about the future of U.S. healthcare reform; Twitch Film apologizes to director Sono Sion; friends don't let friends remake "Ben-Hur"; how television does better by women than movies do; deconstructing a "Carlito's Way" scene.

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The NSA plans to reopen the public vetting process for cybersecurity standards; "12 Years a Slave" and the dangers of early Oscar predictions; Disney's new app allows moviegoers to interact with movies while watching them (sigh); our computers are atrophying our brains; "Endless Love" author Scott Spencer on how his novel become a really bad movie (twice); the final moments of Winnie the Pooh; students demonstrate against random drug testing.

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How the NSA spies on smartphones; Netflix and Amazon are driving up video-streaming costs; why the American poor go without bank accounts; Laver's Law applied to film; rape as Hollywood plot device; Louis C.K. in the 90s.

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The "Enough Said" Cast Remembers James Gandolfini at TIFF; the best of film noir; why "men are the new women" is a big old myth; a LGBT journalist's campaign to out closeted Russian lawmakers; the wonders of "Wadja"; the fine line between porn and HBO.

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