Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone star in Damien Chazelle's new film La La Land, a musical meditation on growing up and reconciling your showbiz dreams with reality. Dale Robinette hide caption

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Showbiz Dreams Collide With Reality In 'La La Land'

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Fantastically Stylized 'La La Land' Is A Musical Tour-De-Force

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This Time Of Year, There's Plenty To See At The Movies

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Locals in Seneca Falls, N.Y., say this bridge in their small town was the model for the bridge in the fictional Bedford Falls in Frank Capra's It's A Wonderful Life, where George Bailey (played by Jimmy Stewart) thinks about ending his life. Brian Mann/North Country Public Radio hide caption

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New York Village Says It's The Model For 'It's A Wonderful Life' Town

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Neil (Michael Johnston) and Julie (Hannah Marks) in Slash, a film by writer and director Clay Liford. Ellie Ann Fenton/Courtesy of The Film Collaborative hide caption

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CBS Entertainment President Glenn Geller addresses the executive session of the TCA presentations in Los Angeles on Aug. 10. Francis Specker/CBS via Getty Images hide caption

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A Case For Why TV Execs Should Face Critics

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Yoshi Sudarso stars in "It's Asian Men!," a film that counteracts stereotype by showcasing Asian-American men as romantic leads. Jeremy Marinas/@jmarinasphoto hide caption

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'It's (Sexy) Asian Men!' Hallelujah!

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Actress Isabelle Huppert On Navigating The Good And The Bad In 'Elle'

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Women Face The Unpredictable In 'Jackie,' 'Things To Come'

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'Jackie' Captures The Brittle Sadness Of A First Lady In Mourning

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