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The Movie Regina King Has 'Seen A Million Times'

Actress Regina King could watch the film The Sandlot a million times. "It still has such a connection for me and my son 11 years later," she says.
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Alan Ball On Leaving 'True Blood' Behind

Writer/producer Alan Ball is leaving True Blood, the highly successful HBO show he created, at the end of its fifth season. He talks about the show, his childhood and coming out to his mother.
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'Rush' Job: A Wily Courier Navigates New York's Maze

Joseph Gordon-Levitt is a Manhattan bike messenger dodging a corrupt cop who wants a look at the package he's carrying. NPR's Bob Mondello says David Koepp's brisk actioner doesn't trouble itself with weighty themes — it's just a bona fide thrill ride.
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How Brazil Lives Now, In 'Neighboring Sounds'

Brazilian culture is often portrayed as either joyful folk tradition or brutal gang violence. But Kleber Mendonca Filho's Neighboring Sounds penetrates into the daily lives of suburban Brazilians — and critic John Powers says it may be the best Brazilian film since the '70s.
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Langella Holds The Screen In 'Robot And Frank'

Robot and Frank is a movie that makes us believe that a serene automaton and a snappish human being can be best friends forever. It deftly uses elements from both science fiction and classic caper films to tell its futuristic tale. Frank Langella's sensitive portrayal of a geriatric career thief carries this sci-fi story.
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Summer Movies: Older Movies With Modern Themes

2012's big movies feature several themes: a band of heroes trying to save the day, time travel comedies, and a hero's return home, among others. Film buff Murray Horwitz suggests alternative movies to watch at home if you like those themes, but don't want to stand in long lines at the box office.

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