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'Flowers' Arranger

Filmmaker Jim Jarmusch keeps his indie spirit alive with his latest, "Broken Flowers."

Taking an Unfair Hit


Despite rave reviews, "Murderball" hasn't drawn huge audiences. Its distributors say that's because the stars are in wheelchairs.

The Next Big Thing

Commercial films like "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" find the Imax format can be a huge draw.

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Filmmaker's 'Hustle' Pays (Washington Post, July 17, 2005)

Childish Tricks of Horror Flicks (Washington Post, July 17, 2005)

'Batman's Laissez-Fare Weather Fans (Washington Post, July 3, 2005)

'Penguins': Heart-warming Journey Through Frigid Land (Washington Post, June 30, 2005)

Tim Robbins's Antiwar Zone (Washington Post, June 28, 2005)

A Couch Tom Cruise Won't Jump On (Washington Post, June 25, 2005)

Fade to Red: A Summer of Blood on Screen (Washington Post, June 19, 2005)

Ick-led Pink: Tom & Katie's Hollywood Engagement (Washington Post, June 18, 2005)

Hollywood Stars, Putting Up Their Dukes (Washington Post, May 29, 2005)

Shhh! The Ads Are About to Start (Washington Post, May 15, 2005)

Summer Alternatives at AFI and Avalon (Washington Post, May 13, 2005)

Summer Fare For Kids: From 'Herbie' to 'Charlie' (Washington Post, May 13, 2005)

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