Love is All You Need

(2012)
R1 hour 50 minutes
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  • The Parable Of Iron Man: How One Big Hire Can Make All The Difference

    In 2008, Marvel was on the ropes, or at least the movie-making part of the business was. Just look at the last eight movies featuring Marvel characters released before April 2008: Blade Trinity, Elektra, Man-Thing, Fantastic Four, X-Men: The Last Stand, Ghost Rider, Spider-Man 3 and Fantastic Four:…

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  • ‘Mrs. Doubtfire’ Child Star Mara Wilson Has ‘No Interest’ in Sequel

    Fox 2000 is planning a sequel to 1993 hit Robin Williams comedy “Mrs. Doubtfire,” but former child star Mara Wilson has “no interest” in reprising her role as Williams’ youngest daughter, Natalie Hillard. And I have no interest in being in one now,” Wilson wrote on Twitter. Wilson — also famous for…

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  • Nancy Kirkpatrick Out as Lionsgate, Summit Merge Marketing Operations

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  • In '1971,' an analog precursor to NSA, Snowden

    A trove of government documents reveals widespread domestic surveillance of Americans. Leaked revelations hit the front pages of newspapers. A powerful governmental agency is brought under scrutiny. Sound ...

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  • Further proof everything on the Internet is a hoax or an ad

    If you see the movie and needs some ideas on how to Tweet it, this one's pretty good.

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  • 'Spider-Man' Producers Nix Multiple-Studios Crossover Suggestions

    Spider-Man teaming with Marvel's "Avengers" would be a stunt that isn't necessary until "we've run out of ideas," say Avi Arad and Matt Tolmach.

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    TRON CYCLE

    KINDA COOL: Disney's Tron movie is getting even more lifelike with a new prototype light cycle.

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  • Nicole Garcia To Head Cannes’ Camera d’or Jury

    PARIS — France’s Nicole Garcia, a well-regarded actress-turned-director who has worked with many of French cinemas greats, will serve as president of the Cannes Festival’s Camera d’or Award jury. Created in 1978, the Camera d’or prizes the best feature debut at the Festival, whether the Official…

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  • MovieTickets.com Extends Harkins Theatres Remote Ticketing Agreement

    MovieTickets.com renewed its long-term arrangement to provide remote ticketing to Harkins Theatres. The extension of the deal between MovieTickets.com and Harkins builds on an 11-year relationship between the two companies. Harkins Theatres is the largest independently owned theater chain in North…

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  • Hollywood Begs for a Tax Break in Some States, Including California

    A battle for filmmaking tax credits has begun in several states — including in California, the home of Hollywood — and has led to cutbacks in others like Maryland.

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  • 'How to Train Your Dragon 2' Clip Puts Quidditch to Shame

    Quidditch is child's play. In this first clip from DreamWorks Animation's "How to Train Your Dragon 2," we see that the kids from the first movie have grown up but they can still play rough. Taking place five years after the events of the original, the young Vikings who were frightened and…

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  • Watch the first trailer for Warner Bros' Jersey Boys

    "That's what you think? You're not from Jersey."

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  • Your weekly streaming recommendation: The Story of Film: An Odyssey

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  • Gener8 CEO and President Interviewed by Streetwise Reports

    Big data is taking over the world, and Rory Armes and Ken Scott of Gener8 Media Corp. know why. In this interview with Streetwise Reports' Special Situations, the two Vancouver-based upstarts discuss the ...

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  • Box Office: ‘Spider-Man 2′ Swings Into Action O’seas With $5.5 Mil

    Slinging its web to a few overseas territories early, Sony’s “The Amazing Spider-Man 2″ grossed nearly $5.5 million in opening day from four markets, the largest of which is the U.K., which contributed $2.7 million. In each of the debut territories, “Spider-Man 2″ scored the largest single…

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  • Tribeca Film Review: ‘Five Star’

    Straight out of Brooklyn comes Keith Miller’s “Five Star,” a low-key but powerfully affecting urban drama that tells a familiar story with unusual authenticity and dramatic force.

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  • ‘Amazing Spider-Man 2' Posts Year's Best Opening Day in 4 Markets

    The Marvel superhero sequel took in $2.7 million in the U.K. and $190,000 in Belgium on Wednesday, along with $1.4 million in Australia and $1.1 million in Germany on Thursday.  Marc Webb returns as the director for “The Amazing Spider-Man” sequel, which has a script from Roberto Orci and Alex…

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  • You've Got to Have Hart

    Playwright Moss Hart's "Act One" is the best Broadway memoir ever written. Now, finally, a thrillingly well-staged adaptation that does the book justice.

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  • ‘Amazing Spider-Man 2′ Swinging Strong In International Debut As It Casts Global Web

    Nancy Tartaglione contributed to this report. There’s absolutely no arachnophobia in international markets for The Amazing Spider-Man 2. Sony Pictures Entertainment’s latest film in its mega-franchise opened in 15 territories — including across Europe in the U.K. Spain, Germany and Belgium and in…

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