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Palm Springs to fete 3

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The Palm Springs Film Festival has announced three honorees for the Jan 5-16 event. Fest's 17th edition will fete David Cronenberg with the Visionary Award, Jake Gyllenhaal with the Desert Palm…

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North Country

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About halfway into "North Country," Charlize Theron as Minnesota coal miner Josey Aimes demands the right to speak at a crowded union meeting despite the palpable hatred in the hall. When the miners…

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Mrs. Henderson Presents

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Following in the footsteps of such quirky British comedies as "The Full Monty" and "Saving Grace" comes "Mrs. Henderson Presents." Like those previous outings, "Mrs. Henderson" is determined to break…

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Bloom caught in Firm grip

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The Firm has filed twin lawsuits against Orlando Bloom and his manager, Aleen Keshishian, who defected to Brillstein-Grey in July, alleging that it is owed commissions totaling more than $600,000 on…

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Syriana

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After winning the screenplay Oscar for "Traffic" five years ago, Stephen Gaghan moved behind the camera for the first time with "Abandon," a campus thriller starring Katie Holmes that came and went…

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Memoirs of a Geisha

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An enclave of ultra-exclusivity and exoticism circa pre-WWII Japan provides the unmistakable allure of "Memoirs of a Geisha," based on Arthur Golden's acclaimed 1997 novel, which the New Yorker…

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Full screen ahead

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For the Acad's visual effects branch, 2005 offers just about everything: a "Star Wars" movie, a remake of a classic, a groundbreaking wild card and a Spielberg sci-fi hit -- not to mention several…

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Rent

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Nearly 10 years after the Broadway premiere of "Rent," Chris Columbus brings Jonathan Larson's Pulitzer Prize-winning update of "La Boheme" to the screen. Obviously, the 2002 Oscar win for "Chicago"…

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