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Movie review: ‘Vivian Maier’

Forget the tree that fell in the forest with no one around to hear it. What if someone took more than 100,000 photographs over decades of shooting and absolutely no one was around to see them? And what if they turned out to be really, really good? Read more

15 best movie fight scenes

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AP

Narrowing down the universe of action scenes to a few favorites is like asking a bear which is its favorite salmon in the sea. Read more

Movie review: ‘ Oculus’

The women do the heavy lifting in Oculus, this April’s Insidious, a complex and chilling big-screen ghost story with serious movie-date potential. Read more

15 best movie shootouts

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The Weinstein Co.

Narrowing down the universe of action scenes to a few favorites is like asking a bear which is its favorite salmon in the sea. Read more

20 best movie car chases

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Universal Pictures

Narrowing down the universe of action scenes to a few favorites is like asking a bear which is its favorite salmon in the sea. Read more

Upcoming CNBC series to feature Tim Love

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Ben Cohen

Big week for Fort Worth chef Tim Love. His annual Burgers 4 Babies event is Thursday night at his Woodshed Smokehouse, he’s going to appear in a Dallas-Fort... Read more

Iko Uwais, the reluctant action star

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Sony Pictures Classics

Iko Uwais, star of the “Raid” movies, may be the biggest name to come out of Indonesia these days, but he doesn’t act like it. Ask the 31-year-old champ of the local martial art known as silat, who is now a film star, if he has to worry about being hounded by fans, and he de... Read more

Fox 4 adds Zahid Arab to reporting staff

KDFW/Channel 4 announced Thursday that it has added Zahid Arab as a general-assignments reporter. Read more

In ‘Draft Day,’ Costner tackles another sports movie

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Summit Entertainment

Kevin Costner is a lifelong follower of the NFL, but the obsession many fans have these days with fantasy football mystifies him. Read more

Movie review: ‘Jodorowsky’s Dune’

Alejandro Jodorowsky’s Dune is one of the most influential films that doesn’t exist. That’s the assertion of a highly entertaining documentary, Jodorowsky’s Dune, about how the wild-man director of Read more

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