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A spry 52 when the film was shot, Tom Cruise — still his own stuntman — careens a motorcycle, sans helmet, around a winding Moroccan highway at suicide-miles-per-hour. Bo Bridges/Paramount Pictures hide caption

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Skyler Gisondo (from left), Steele Stebbins, Christina Applegate and Ed Helms star as the next generation of Griswolds in Vacation. Hopper Stone/Warner Brothers Pictures hide caption

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In 1968, ABC paired two pundits from opposite ends of the political spectrum — William F. Buckley Jr. (left) and Gore Vidal — for a cut-throat intellectual faceoff. The documentary Best of Enemies explores this media milestone. ABC Photo Archives/Getty Images/Courtesy of Magnolia Pictures hide caption

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Movie Review: 'Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation'

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Jason Segel plays writer David Foster Wallace in the new film The End of the Tour. A24 Films hide caption

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'End Of The Tour': An Unauthorized 'Anti-Biopic' Of David Foster Wallace

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Newspaper clippings of young Donnie Dunagan from the early '40s. Courtesy of Donnie and Dana Dunagan. hide caption

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Maj. Bambi: Meet The Marine Who Was Disney's Famous Fawn

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'Listen To Me Marlon' Explores Brando's Life In His Own Words

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'The End of the Tour' Offers A Hint Of David Foster Wallace's Inner Struggle

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Oculus Uses 'Henry' Premiere To Whet Appetites For Its Virtual Reality Headset

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The cast of Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp on the AMA stage in Central Park Mike Katzif/NPR hide caption

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First Day Of Camp

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With 'Paper Towns,' Author John Green Reopens Search For Agloe, N.Y.

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White God is about a dog who is separated from his owner (Zsófia Psotta) when her father forces her to give him up. Teresa Ann Miller worked as a trainer for the Hungarian film. Magnolia Pictures hide caption

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A Hollywood Animal Trainer's Secrets For Getting Dogs To Act On Cue

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Actor Jake Gyllenhaal stars in Southpaw, a new movie about a junior middleweight boxing champion who faces adversity. Scott Garfield/The Weinstein Company hide caption

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Deford To Hollywood: Ban Boxing Movies

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