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Nimoy Is Gone, But Mr. Spock WIll Live Forever

Leonard Nimoy died Friday at the age of 83. NPR's Scott Simon remembers the man who was best known for his role as Spock.
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Leonard Nimoy's Mr. Spock Taught Us Acceptance Is Highly Logical

The Star Trek actor died Friday in Los Angeles, and NPR TV Critic Eric Deggans says Nimoy's signature role taught fans the power of accepting their differences rather than fighting them.
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Film About Campus Sexual Assault Tells Survivors: 'You Are Not Alone'

Survivors Annie Clark and Andrea Pino brought a Title IX complaint against the University of North Carolina. "This is not about UNC," Clark says. "We're not doing this to vilify our institution."
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Tense 'Eastern Boys': Cruising, and Bruising

NPR film critic Bob Mondello reviews Eastern Boys, a French film that is half love story, half home invasion drama.
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'Maps To The Stars': Either The Funniest Horror Movie, Or The Most Horrific Comedy

In the film about a toxic Hollywood, John Cusack plays a self-help guru whose clients include Julianne Moore. It's full of anxious shoptalk and name dropping, druggy kids and druggier grown-ups.
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Belfast Thriller '71' Combines Action And Emotional Authenticity

The film depicts Belfast, Northern Ireland, in 1971. It was a year when the Troubles, the bitter conflict between the Catholic IRA and the Protestant Loyalists, turned violent.
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James Bond Meets His Match — The Roman Cobblestone

Actor Daniel Craig reportedly hit his head when the Aston Martin he was driving during filming the 24th James Bond thriller encountered a loose sanpietrino, as the cobblestones in Rome are known.
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'Brother's Keeper, 'Paradise Lost' Documentary Filmmaker Dies At 58

Bruce Sinofsky died Saturday of complications from diabetes. He was 58 years old.
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The Good, The Bad And The Hot: Movies To Warm Winter's Bite

As much of the country shivers in the grip of a nasty winter, NPR movie critic Bob Mondello ponders cinematic heat — the movies that smolder, swelter and sizzle no matter what the mercury says.
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Acclaimed Documentary Filmmaker Bruce Sinofsky Dies At 58

Sinofsky and his longtime co-director, Joe Berlinger, are perhaps best known for Paradise Lost, a trilogy of films about three teenagers convicted of killing three little boys in West Memphis, Ark.

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