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'Little Women' Fans Did Not Endorse The Release Of Movie's Square Trailer

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'Shawshank Redemption' Fans Flock To Mansfield, Ohio, For Movie's 25th Anniversary

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Cate Blanchett stars as Bernadette Fox, a once-legendary architect who hasn't built anything in decades, in Where'd You Go, Bernadette. Wilson Webb/Annapurna Pictures hide caption

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'Bernadette' Is A Stirring Tribute To A Woman Rediscovering Her True Calling

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Danish journalist and TV personality Mads Brügger is on the hunt for evidence in this comic documentary about the 1961 death of United Nations Secretary-General Dag Hammarskjöld. Tore Vollan/Danish Film Institute hide caption

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Come on, rise up! Blinded by the Light follows first-generation British teen Javed (Viveik Kalra, center) as he discovers hope and Bruce Springsteen in 1980s Britain. Nick Wall/Warner Bros. hide caption

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Good Boys is a raunch-filled, F-bomb-laden, almost-coming-of-age comedy directed by Gene Stupnitsky and produced by (shocker) Seth Rogen. Ed Araquel/Universal hide caption

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The documentary One Child Nation examines the consequences of the decades-long one-child policy in China. Amazon Studios hide caption

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'One Child Nation' Documentary Explores The Dark Side Of Chinese Policy

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Beekeeper Hatidze Muratova lives in a ruggedly mountainous area of Macedonia. She has a simple rule: When you harvest honey, you only take half — and leave the other half for the bees. Neon hide caption

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The Beekeeper Of 'Honeyland' Knows All Too Well: Respect Nature, Or Get Stung

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In After the Wedding, Michelle Williams plays Isabel, who runs an orphanage in India. Vir Pachisia plays Jai, the boy beside her. Kevin Nunes/Sony Pictures Classics hide caption

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Michelle Williams On Economic Inequality In Her New Movie — And Her Career

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