Anna Stewart

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Ellen V. Futter

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The current prexy of the American Museum of Natural History and a former topper at Barnard College, Futter not surprisingly finds major significance in a powerful film with a powerful performance by…

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Dr. Brent D. Glass

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Glass oversees more than 2 million objects, from the Star Spangled Banner (the very one that Francis Scott Key was looking at in the rocket's red glare) to a packet of macrobiotic brown rice in his…

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Ralph Nader

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America's consumer crusader makes two fairly expected picks for his all-time favorite films, as well as one big surprise. "'The China Syndrome' was the first film on the risk of power plants," says…

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Donald Trump

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When Macaulay Culkin asked him directions to the main lobby, the Donald responded, "Down the hall and to the left." That immortal line was Trump's first in a movie, "Home Alone 2: Lost in New York."

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Millie Martini Bratten

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As editor in chief of Brides magazine, Martini Bratten also serves as editorial director of a dozen other Conde Nast wedding publications that drive the $160- billion-a-year wedding biz.

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Raoul Felder

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His is the name that every wealthy man dreads finding on his wife's speed dial. In short, Felder is America's go-in-for-the-kill king of divorce and author of "Bare Knuckle Negotiation."

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Isaac Mizrahi

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Whether he's designing for uptown (Bergdorf Goodman) or downtown (Target), Mizrahi never forgets his roots, which go back to age 8 when he sat in front of the TV set one otherwise dreary afternoon.

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Lisa Dennison

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When it comes to history and art, the director of Gotham's Guggenheim Museum isn't overly impressed with Hollywood fare, whether it be "The Agony and the Ecstasy" starring Charlton Heston as…

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McCain mulls movies

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The White House projectionist better rest up. If John McCain should become the 44th president of the United States, the screening room is going to get some heavy use especially with all those kids…

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