Denzel Washington stars in Flight, the latest film from writer-producer-director Robert Zemeckis. Robert Zuckerman/Paramount Pictures hide caption

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'Flight' Takes On Questions Of Accountability

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In 1955's Daddy Long Legs, Leslie Caron plays a French orphan who goes to college thanks to help from an anonymous, American benefactor (Fred Astaire). Cat's Collection/Corbis hide caption

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Leslie Caron: Dancing From WWII Paris To Hollywood

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In Rust and Bone, Academy Award winner Marion Cotillard plays an orca trainer who loses her legs in a freak accident. Sony Pictures Classics hide caption

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Marion Cotillard, Diving Deep In 'Rust And Bone'

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North and his Yetis lead the ensemble of immortals fighting off an assault from the malicious Pitch. DreamWorks Animation hide caption

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Peter Ramsey Makes Directorial Rise With 'Guardians'

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In the first act of Les Miserables, factory worker Fantine (Anne Hathaway) loses her job and is forced first to sell her hair and then become a prostitute in order to support her daughter, Cosette. Universal Pictures hide caption

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Hathaway, Jackman: No Complaints From These 'Miserables'

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The Unsung Overdub Star In 'Sound Of Music'

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The Movie Ed Burns Has 'Seen A Million Times'

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Lincoln biographer Ronald White lauds the accuracy of Daniel Day-Lewis' depiction of the 16th president. DreamWorks hide caption

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We Ask A Historian: Just How Accurate Is 'Lincoln'?

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Suraj Sharma makes his motion picture acting debut as Pi Patel, a teenager who takes on an epic journey at sea. Courtesy of 20th Century Fox hide caption

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'Life Of Pi' Life-Changing For Young Star

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Cooper's character, Pat Solatano, meets Tiffany (Jennifer Lawrence) while trying to get his life together after being released from a state institution. The Weinstein Company hide caption

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Bradley Cooper On Getting Back To His Roots

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Sally Field Captures History In Role Of Mrs. Lincoln

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Pi Patel (Irrfan Khan) looks back on the adventure he went on as a teenager in Life of Pi. Peter Sorel/Twentieth Century Fox hide caption

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'Life Of Pi' Star On The 'Duet' Of Acting

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The pint-sized pros of I.S. 318 are kings of the chess board (and have the trophies to prove it). Producers Distribution Agency hide caption

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Kids Prove They're No Pawns In 'Brooklyn Castle'

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Lost at sea, Pi (Suraj Sharma) Patel begins to make an extraordinary connection with a fearsome Bengal tiger named Richard Parker. 20th Century Fox hide caption

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Ang Lee On 'Life Of Pi' And Being A Slave To Film

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Christopher Plummer: One Great Actor Plays Another

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