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The Movie Mira Sorvino Has 'Seen A Million Times'

Actress Mira Sorvino could watch Elia Kazan's On the Waterfront a million times. "That was my first introduction to Brando," she says, "so that was kind of a revelation for me."
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Looking For The Megabucks? Think Megapixels

The safest bet for a box-office draw is not a superhero, action or sci-fi film — it's computer animation. Franchises like Toy Story, Ice Age and Shrek consistently make billions for their studios, Bob Mondello writes — and that's before DVD and toy sales kick in.
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'Margaret': The Tortured Journey Of A Girl, On Screen

David Edelstein says the extended cut of Kenneth Lonergan's second film is "as close to a masterpiece as any American film in a decade." Never widely screened, the film, starring Anna Paquin, is out now on DVD. (Recommended)
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Inside The Creepy Twists Of 'Red Lights'

Spanish filmmaker Rodrigo Cortes returns to the scene with his second English-language film, "Red Lights." "Red Lights" follows a suspenseful, and somewhat creepy, path and features stars Sigourney Weaver and Robert De Niro. Guest host Maria Hinojosa speaks with Cortes about hoaxes, the paranormal, and his own personal twists in life.

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