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    Cadillac Records

    Sex, drugs, rhythm and blues -- and yes, ultimately rock 'n' roll -- are much in evidence in this entertaining musical drama about the 1950s birth of Chicago's Chess Records and its profound effect on popular music in the United States.

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    The Medium is the Revolution in ‘No’

    It’s peppy TV ads versus a military despot in this hypnotic political drama—starring a quietly charming Gael Garcia Bernal—set during a Chilean revolution in 1988.

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    Glee: The 3D Concert Movie

    The fast-paced concert film sprinkles only a few highlights of real musical talent through an otherwise blatant pat-on-the-back montage.

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    The Guard

    In a summer full of comic book superheroes, big bloated effects pictures, and raunchy comedies, sometimes all it takes to make movie magic is a great script and two beautifully matched actors.

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    44-Inch Chest

    It's very early in 2010, but it's hard to imagine any movie in the next 12 months that will sport a more promising and accomplished ensemble than this stark British drama.

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    Wonderful World

    Like the tears of a clown, the songs of a children's folk singer can mask an adult with a raft of personal problems.

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    (Untitled)

    Satirizing New York's trendiest contemporary art and music scene, "(Untitled)" is an original film on several fronts, not least its ambiguous viewpoint.

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    Pilobolus -- IGNORE

    It used to be that once you saw Pilobolus perform, there was no need to see the company again anytime soon. But no longer.

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    Whatever Works

    At first glance it feels like a special edition of  'Curb Your Enthusiasm', but soon into Woody Allen's latest film, you realize that its star, Larry David, is channeling his writer-director.

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    A Girl Cut in Two

    Undoubtedly, the Gilded Age murder of Madison Square Garden architect Stanford White at the hands of his ex-mistress' husband has a lurid appeal.