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Richard Linklater's daringly experimental Boyhood is Bob Mondello's favorite film of 2014. IFC Productions hide caption

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Favorite Films Of 2014: Why Stop At 10?

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'A Most Violent Year' Captures You And Doesn't Let Go

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Actress Luise Rainer Made Hollywood History — Then Walked Away

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Online Success For 'The Interview' May Not Change Movie Distribution

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The Interview is now Sony's top online movie. It earned $15 million through rentals and sales, the studio said. It pulled in almost another $3 million from theater screenings. Jim Ruymen/UPI/Landov hide caption

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Breaking Down This Year's Oscar Nominations

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He Turned Classic Books Into Oscar Winners — And Hit-Singer Into Nemesis

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Screenwriter: 'The Interview' Is A Case Of Accidental Irony

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'Selma' Tells The Civil Rights Story Through Black Eyes

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Common plays James Bevel, Tessa Thompson plays Diane Nash, Lorraine Toussaint plays Amelia Boynton and Andre Holland plays Andrew Young in Ava DuVernay's Selma. Atsushi Nishijima/Paramount Pictures hide caption

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For Hollywood, 'Selma' Is A New Kind Of Civil Rights Story

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Citing 'Historical Inaccuracies,' Egypt Bans 'Exodus' From Theaters

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"Canadian culture is so new and almost nonexistent that it's easy for us to see through the eyes of other nations," says Mychael Danna of his scores. Danna won the 2013 Academy Award for his score for Life of Pi. 20th Century Fox hide caption

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A Week With Musical Storytellers Of The Silver Screen

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