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Teacher Portrayed in 'Stand And Deliver' Dies

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Roger Greenberg, played by Ben Stiller, is a 40-something musician-turned-caprenter, recently released from a psychiatric hospital. Wilson Webb hide caption

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Ben Stiller Plays It Straight In 'Greenberg'

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The Story Of King's 'Beyond Vietnam' Speech

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Blockbuster Struggles To Stay In Movie Rental Game

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Pre-MTV: 'Big Band, Jazz And Swing' Music Videos

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Movies, Film And Acting At South By Southwest

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10-Year-Old Movie Critic Becomes A Star Himself

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They'll Drink To That: Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor celebrate Taylor's Best Actress Oscar win for 1966's Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? — which also earned a Best Actor nomination for Burton. hide caption

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Four 'Hellraisers,' Living It Up In The Public Eye

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Double Feature: 'Dragon,' 'Waking Sleeping Beauty'

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For Wes Anderson, A 'Fantastic' Animated Adventure

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Through The Looking Glass: Greta Gerwig plays Florence, an aspiring singer who forges a connection with the depressed and aimless title character of Noah Baumbach's Greenberg. Wilson Webb/Focus Features hide caption

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'Greenberg:' A One-Note Sonata That Doesn't Connect

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Does This Thing Go Any Higher? Viking kid Hiccup's (Jay Baruchel) world gets turned upside down when he accidentally befriends a fire-breathing dragon — one of the many his fellow villagers are trying to kill off. Paramount hide caption

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A Marriage Of Unequals? Young Marie-Catherine (Lola Creton) proves surprisingly sturdy when it comes to managing her forbidding new husband, Lord Bluebeard (Dominique Thomas) — at least until her curiosity gets the better of her. Strand Releasing hide caption

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Blast To The Past: Three best friends and a sidekick — played by Craig Robinson (left), Rob Corddry, John Cusack and Clark Duke — get sent back to their party-hearty days, the better to right past wrongs and re-create their futures. Rob McEwan/MGM hide caption

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