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New York Subway

The ethics behind the New York Post's subway cover.

Slamdance announces its lineup.

Kevin B. Lee on the essential Chinese movies.

Eddie Murphy is paid too much.

The best and worst of 2012 according to Owen Gleiberman and Lisa Schwarzbaum.

Ellen Grossman doesn't know who Jay-Z is.

David Chase doesn't care about the Russian.

Zachary Wigon finds truth in ambiguity.

The best films made in Canada this year as determined by I don't know who.

Jack White clarifies Lady Gaga diss.

Richard Brody sees Altman's The Long Goodbye as an antidote to neoclassical fastidiousness.

Caveh Zahedi whines about being blacklisted by Thom Powers:

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