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Love Ya, Hunny Love Ya, Hunny Return to hand-drawn animation and learn a gentle lesson in Disney’s Winnie the Pooh. July 13, 2011

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  • Booze and Mourning in Puerto Rico

    Johnny Depp return as Hunter S. Thompson, and this time, it's personal.
      Apart from generating lots of laughs, the semi-autobiographical film maps out events Thompson experienced while living in Puerto Rico in 1960 — a period during which he found his voice and invented gonzo journalism. Writer/director Bruce Robinson (How to Get Ahead in Advertising).
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  • Sure Thing

    The odds of Adam surviving cancer are 50/50. The odds of you enjoying this comedy are quite a bit better.
      Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s Adam Lerner is a Portland National Public Radio sound editor with a minx for a girlfriend. Bryce Dallas Howard fills the wandering shoes of Rachel, an unlikeable artist with about as much loyalty as a tomcat.
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  • Love Ya, Hunny

    Return to hand-drawn animation and learn a gentle lesson in Disney’s Winnie the Pooh.
      storybook pages to bring the book’s literal text to life with an appreciation for the words Pooh speaks. Still, “long words bother” him. Based on the fifth chapter from A. A.
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  • Woody Loves Paris

    He loves nostalgia, too, so it’s good that his latest rom com samples the Roaring Twenties.
      While it by no means represents the longawaited return to form, it is probably as good as Woody Allen’s films are likely to get in this, the final victory-lap stage of his career. With its pleasant gypsy jazz guitar score and clearly enunciated themes of nostalgia set in the city of lights, Midnight in Paris.
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  • Ennui Becomes Him

    In Greenberg, Ben Stiller isn’t the leader of the pack. He’s wandering around trying to find the pack
      American 21st-century post-traumatic stress and economic desolation gets filtered through the mid-life crisis of Ben Stiller’s troubled character Roger Greenberg in Noah Baumbach’s edgy ro
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