'The Clock': Watching A 24-Hour Film

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Kathryn Bolkovac (at left), the inspiration for the film The Whistleblower, poses at the Toronto Film Festival in September, 2010 with actress Rachel Weisz, who plays the character based on Bolkovac in the film. Alexandra Wyman/Getty Images hide caption

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A 'Whistleblower' Made Into A Hollywood Heroine

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Jonathan Winters' entertainment career began when his wife encouraged him to enter a local talent contest in his hometown of Dayton, Ohio. He ended up winning the contest — along with a wrist watch and a job as a local radio DJ. Stephen Shugerman/Getty Images hide caption

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July 2011, 'Weekend Edition Saturday': Jonathan Winters Reflects On A Lifetime Of Laughs

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Lost In The Stream: Children play in a New York fountain on July 24, 2010. Beyond being filmed on the same date on the same planet, the film's amateur footage lacks unifying vision. National Geographic Films hide caption

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Olivia Wilde stars as an elusive traveler, and Daniel Craig plays a stranger with no memory of his past in the sci-fi Western Cowboys & Aliens. Zade Rosenthal/Universal Studios hide caption

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When Aliens 'Attack' And Fight 'Cowboys'

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Jon Favreau began his career as a comedic actor but has since directed box-office smashes like Elf, Iron Man and Iron Man 2. Frazer Harrison/Getty Images hide caption

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Favreau Tips His Hat To The Western With 'Aliens'

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Gleeson Shines As Irish Anti-Hero Cop In 'The Guard'

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Cop And A Laugh: Sgt. Gerry Boyle (Brendan Gleeson, right) finds his routine indulgences challenged by the presence of straight-laced FBI Agent Wendell Everett (Don Cheadle) in his small Irish patrol. The pair must work together to track down a trio of dope smugglers. Jonathan Hession/Sony Pictures Classics hide caption

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Bluest Hand In The West: Daniel Craig is the strong, silent type in Cowboys & Aliens, playing an mysterious outsider with a connection to the space invaders who have descended on the film's mining town. But his classic Western antihero can't defeat the film's cold, rote special effects. Zade Rosenthal/Universal Studios hide caption

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Love, Sick: Cal (Steve Carell) gets thrown into hapless bachelorhood when he discovers that his wife has been cheating on him. Even as he gradually eases back into the single life, he still pines for the stability (and woman) he once thought he had. Warner Brothers hide caption

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En Pointe: Nurse-trainee Samuel (Gilles Lellouche) is on the run for much of Point Blank, which finds him outmaneuvering (and eventually succumbing to) bad guys as a consequence of saving a mysterious man's life. Magnolia Pictures hide caption

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A Frantic, Nonstop Chase At 'Point Blank' Range

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Designer Wins Right To Sell 'Star Wars' Stormtrooper Outfits In The U.K.

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Brendan Gleeson plays Sgt. Gerry Boyle in John Michael McDonagh's black comedy The Guard. Sony Picture Classics hide caption

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Brendan Gleeson, On 'Guard' As A Small-Town Cop

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Ben Freeth (right) and Mike Campbell (left) are two of Zimbabwe's few remaining white farmers. Robin Hammond/ hide caption

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Mugabe Versus 'The White African,' Mike Campbell

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Steve Carell stars in Crazy, Stupid, Love as Cal Weaver, a soon-to-be divorcee who turns to Ryan Gosling for help in refining his dating skills. Courtesy of Warner Bros. Picture hide caption

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'Stupid Love' Takes Carell From Loser To Stud

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