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Why Channing Tatum believes school system is broken

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Pitt comfortable with oldest son seeing 'Fury'

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Rory Kennedy's cinematic take on Vietnam heroes, victims

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’The Book of Life’: a whimsical afterlife affair

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’Men, Women & Children’: all in the family, for better or worse

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