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Watch: Kim Davis, Josh Duggar, Martin Shkreli and More Skewered in 'SNL' Opening

Oct 5
Josh Duggar, Kim Davis and AIDS drug price-gouger Martin Shkreli were among the many who were skewered on "Saturday Night Live" this past weekend during a montage of the summer of 2015's newsmakers.

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Science Sells: 'The Martian' Lands with $55 Million Debut

By Jake Coyle | Oct 5
Opening just days after NASA announced findings showing water on Mars, "The Martian" soaked up moviegoers at the box office.

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: The Indian In The Cupboard

By Kevin Taft | Oct 5
The now-20-year-old film teams up Frank Oz with "E.T." script Melissa Mathison for an amiable adaptation of a classic children's book.

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: Fat City

By Jake Mulligan | Oct 5
Each sentence of the source novel becomes a brushstroke. They add up to a masterwork -- one of the finest portraits painted of American unexceptionalism.

Cinema Review :: Taxi

By Jake Mulligan | Oct 5
Panahi's prior films established the unseen forces who control this art form within Iran. But "Taxi" profiles all the people caught under those forces.

Miley Cyrus Releases Single About Lesbian Love, for 'Freeheld'

Oct 4
Pop singer Miley Cyrus has released "Hands of Love," a song for the Ellen Page/ Julianne Moore release of "Freeheld."

'Freeheld' Director Peter Sollett in Conversation

By Joel Martens | Oct 4
The Peter Sollett-Directed feature "Freeheld" is based on the Oscar-winning documentary of the same name by Cynthia Wade. Sollett chats about fortuitous timing and the making of the film.

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: Dressed to Kill

By Jake Mulligan | Oct 4
The exacting architecture of De Palma's largest sequences turns the very subject of his films into "sight," and this disc helps us to see how he does it.

Cinema Review :: Shanghai

By Kilian Melloy | Oct 2
By the time this loud, derivative picture is over, you do feel like you've been through a wartime invasion -- of already-familiar wartime spy flicks and cold-war espionage thrillers, that is.

Cinema Review :: What Our Fathers Did: A Nazi Legacy

By Roger Walker-Dack | Oct 2
It's a painful and grim piece to watch, but so completely necessary; full credit to Sands for getting all on record before all the people linked to that gruesome part of history have gone.

Cinema Review :: Freeheld

By Kilian Melloy | Oct 2
While the debate over "Stonewall" rages, there's another movie -- quieter and more powerful -- about GLBT equality stalwarts that deserves our respectful attention, and our grateful cheers.

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