Sgt. 1st Class Mark Patterson checks his men at Outpost Restrepo in Afghanistan, as documented in the new film Korengal. Outpost Films hide caption

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What Is Courage?: 'Korengal' Breaks Down War In Afghanistan

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In Hollywood, 50 Is The New 80: What Happens When 'It Girls' Get Old

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Timothy Spall's New Role As Leading Man

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In Confronting Poverty, 'Harvest Of Shame' Reaped Praise And Criticism

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Filth is based on a novel by Irvine Welsh — who also wrote the profane, drug-fueled epic Trainspotting. James McAvoy plays Detective Sergeant Bruce Robertson — a bigoted junkie cop — with enough foul-mouthed sleaze to be thoroughly off-putting. Neil Davidson/Magnolia Pictures hide caption

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James McAvoy As A Creep? In 'Filth,' The Anti-Typecasting Works

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Seth MacFarlane, who wrote and directed A Million Ways to Die in the West, stars as Albert, a cowardly sheep farmer who inadvertently falls in love with the wife (Charlize Theron) of a dangerous outlaw (Liam Neeson). Universal Pictures hide caption

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'Belle': Romance, Race And Slavery With Jane Austen Style

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Singing Star Of All-Black Cowboy Movies, Herb Jeffries, Dies

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Multiplexes Heat Up For Summer Blockbuster Season

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Jeff Goldblum Plays A Jazz Show Almost Every Week. No, Really.

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What Makes R2-D2 The 'Most Beloved Robot In The Galaxy'

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