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Actor-comedians Steve Coogan (left) and Rob Brydon (right) play coyly fictionalized versions of themselves in The Trip to Greece. IFC Films hide caption

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With 'Trip To Greece,' Coogan And Brydon's Odyssey Reaches A Poignant End

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Lakeith Stanfield and Issa Rae star in The Photograph, written and directed by Stella Meghie. Emily Aragones/Universal Pictures hide caption

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Were you or were you not entertained by Russell Crowe in Gladiator back in 2000? Universal/Getty Images hide caption

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The Movies From The Year 2000

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When 8-year-old Cody (Lucas Jaye) temporarily moves into the house next door to Del (Brian Dennehy), the two strike up an unlikely, intergenerational friendship. Dennehy died April 15 at the age of 81. Courtesy of FilmRise hide caption

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Brian Dennehy's 'Driveways' Performance Is Gruff, Graceful — And A Goodbye

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Delivery van driver Ricky (Kris Hitchen) takes a break with his his daughter (Katie Proctor) in the Ken Loach drama Sorry We Missed You. Joss Barratt/Zeitgeist Films hide caption

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3 Movies That Strike A Balance Between Escapism And Anxiety

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Camp Jened, in upstate New York, was the epicenter of a disability rights movement that led to the passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act. Steve Honigsbaum hide caption

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'Crip Camp' Is A Raucous Celebration Of A World-Changing Place

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Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman attend An Evening With Discovery Channel's Mythbusters at The Paley Center for Media on June 13, 2011. Amanda Edwards/FilmMagic hide caption

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Family Friendly Crowd Pleasers: Three Things To Stream Your Whole Family Can Enjoy

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Sidney Flanigan stars as 17-year-old Autumn in Never Rarely Sometimes Always. Courtesy of Focus Features hide caption

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'Never Rarely Sometimes Always' Will Stay With You Forever

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Anya Taylor-Joy stars as the Jane Austen heroine Emma Woodhouse in director Autumn de Wilde's Emma. Box Hill Films/Focus Features hide caption

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