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Side Effects

Berlinale's Competition program adds 9 films, among them Bruno Dumont's Camille Claudel 1915, Steven Soderbergh's Side Effects, and a new film by Jafar Panahi.

The Critics' Choice Movie Awards were given out yesterday.

Releasing bin Laden pictures make judges seem wary.

Kevin B. Lee explains why Argo is the worst of this year's Best Pictures nominees.

And Richard Brody gives a beating to Benh Zeitlin's Beasts of the Southern Wild.

Michael Atkinson wonders what it really means to love a cult movie.

The biggest Oscar snub isn't Kathryn Bigelow.

Watch five classic David Bowie performances in honor of his big return.

Leo Goldsmith covers the Museum of the Moving Image's First Look series.

Glenn Kenny on the not-entirely-pure evil of The Birth of a Nation.

In the new issue of Film Comment, Nathan Lee gets his found-footage horror on.

Quentin Tarantino will shut your butt down:

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