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The Adrenalized Action And Cult Films Of Tony Scott

Stylish, exuberant and kinetic are words often associated with the late Tony Scott's movies. The director found success with energetic films that sometimes didn't gain a following until well after their commercial release.
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Blind Teen Directs Inspirational Documentary

A 15-year old filmmaker is releasing an inspirational documentary that she helped to direct, but has never seen.

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The Movie Simon West Has 'Seen A Million Times'

The Expendables 2 director Simon West says he never gets tired of watching the cult British film Withnail and I. "It's just very funny and very well-written," he says.
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Frank Langella: A Career 'Like A Chekhov Play'

In the new movie Robot & Frank, the actor plays an aging ex-burglar who learns to take advantage of his robot caretaker. Langella, 74, tells Fresh Air why he was drawn to the role, and discusses the ups and downs of his long career.
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'Odd Life Of Timothy Green' Pushes Too Hard

The Odd Life of Timothy Green is a "when you wish upon a star" fable in the old school Disney style. Though the film's heart is pure, it's execution is so cloying and contrived it brings on tears of frustration.
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Movie Documents 'Janesville' After GM Closes Plant

Renee Montagne talks with documentary maker Brad Lichtenstein about his new film As Goes Janesville. It is an up close look at wrenching changes the Wisconsin town has been through since GM closed a plant there. Janesville is the hometown of Rep. Paul Ryan, who is GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney's running mate.
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Julie Delpy, Keeping It Real In '2 Days In New York'

In her new directorial effort, the actress — who also co-wrote the script — plays a neurotic woman whose French family is coming to New York. Delpy talks to All Things Considered's Audie Cornish about her roles behind and before the camera.

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