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Independent Movies Take Back Seat to Sequels

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Independent Movies Take Back Seat to Sequels

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Independent Movies Take Back Seat to Sequels

Independent Movies Take Back Seat to Sequels

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An independent bookstore in Los Angeles called Other Times suddenly closed, shocking patrons. Los Angeles Times movie critic Kenneth Turan considers whether movies by independent filmmakers would face the same fate as the business becomes increasingly addicted to the money that overblown sequels provide.