Cultures, Shocks: A doctor (Mikael Persbrandt) struggles to balance work in a developing-world refugee camp with family strife at home in Denmark, while his estranged wife (Trine Dyrholm) urges him to look after their oft-bullied son. Per Arnesen/Sony Pictures Classic hide caption

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Nuclear Radiation: Filmmakers Try To Make The Invisible Visceral

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Domestic Goddess: Suzanne (Catherine Deneuve, right, with Judith Godreche) is content to bear both her husband's neglect and her daughter's pity — until a crisis offers the opportunity to prove her mettle. Music Box Films hide caption

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Remembering Screen Legend Elizabeth Taylor

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Trash or Treasure: In this Oscar-nominated documentary, Vic Muniz encourages Brazilian catadores, who sort recyclable materials in a massive landfill outside of Rio de Janeiro, to recreate famous artworks. Almega Projects hide caption

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DVD Picks: 'Waste Land'

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'Dragon' lady: Noomi Rapace has been widely hailed for an indelible performance as the unlikely sleuth at the center of Niels Arden Oplev's film. Yellow Bird Productions hide caption

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DVD Picks: The 'Dragon Tattoo' Trilogy

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Lizard Of Ahs: After arriving in Dirt, a chameleon (Johnny Depp) re-creates himself as Rango, the sheriff of the crime-ridden desert town. Following classic Western tropes, he faces resident bullies who tests his character and bravery. Paramount Pictures hide caption

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Ride 'Em, Chameleon! 'Rango' A Wild, Wacky Western

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Triple Threat: Xavier Dolan wrote, directed, and stars in Heartbeats, which won the 2010 Sydney Film Festival's Sydney Film Prize and was selected for the 2010 Cannes Film Festival. Mifilifilms Inc. hide caption

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Tony Curtis (left) and Burt Lancaster star in Sweet Smell of Success, which was restored by the Criterion Collection and out on DVD this week. Criterion Collection hide caption

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DVD Picks: 'Sweet Smell Of Success'

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I Am Number Four is adapted from The Lorien Legacies, the sci-fi young adult series from the James Frey fiction factory. John Bramley/Buena Vista Pictures hide caption

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'I Am Number Four': Can We Demand A Recount?

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'Dark' Shadowed: Julie Taymor's $65 million stage musical has been dogged by problems — most seriously, an in-performance fall that sent stuntman Christopher Tierney (pictured) to the hospital in late December. Jacob Cohl/AP hide caption

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'Spider-Man': Don't Be So Quick To Write Off The Dark

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