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Thirteen Days

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Hollywood has never shied away from delving into presidential politics. The 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis, in which nearly America and the Soviet Union played a nuclear game of chicken, provides the kind…

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Traffic

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"Traffic" represents the second film released in 2000 for director Steven Soderbergh, who is fast becoming one of the most prolific A-list filmmakers working in the United States. It is also markedly…

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Quills

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Only two years ago, "Shakespeare in Love" and "Elizabeth" were competing for best picture. Well, if you buy the premise of the Academy favoring lush period pieces set in Europe -- especially those…

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Shadow of the Vampire

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Picking up on the momentum built from a successful Cannes premiere, distributor Lions Gate began unreeling E. Elias Merhige's "Shadow of the Vampire" in Hollywood screening rooms in late summer…

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Before Night Falls

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After his debut feature about troubled graffiti artist "Basquiat," filmmaker Julian Schnabel tackled another fact-based chronicle of a struggling artist who met a premature demise, "Before Night…

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Billy Elliot

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Ever since Stephen Daldry's film about a young boy who dreams of being a ballet dancer bowed in October, industry watchers have been talking about the film's Oscar chances. The Working Title pic set…

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Cast Away

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Though nommed last year for "Saving Private Ryan," it's been six years since two-time best actor winner Tom Hanks grabbed gold for "Forrest Gump." But "Cast Away" could change that.

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Chocolat

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After debuting on Academy ballots in 1991 with "My Life As a Dog," director Lasse Hallstrom returned last year with the Miramax-backed "The Cider House Rules," which was nominated for seven statues…

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