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The River Why Supports The River Network

The River Why, a new film set to make its debut soon, is the story of Gus Orviston, who is described as "the Mozart of flyfishing." After an argument with his parents, 20-year old... Read more

Ides March Paperblog Pick in Movies

The Ides of March

George Clooney's The Ides of March opens this year's Venice Film Festival. So is it a barnstorming political thriller worthy of Oscars, or merely a timely, slick commercial venture? Read more

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