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Tribeca Film Festival QA: Freakonomics

Freakonomics attracted some of the most impressive crowds at the Tribeca Film Festival.

Freakonomics the book is almost, well, a freak occurrence, at least if you ask economist Steven Levitt. When publishers approached him to do a book based on his theories with journalist Stephen Dubner, he said, "My response was, 'Go and read my academic papers first. They're the most boring things in the world. And come back if you still think it would be interesting.'" Since then, Freakonomics and its sequel SuperFreakonomics have sold millions of copies worldwide, and its big screen adaptation attracted some of the most impressive crowds at the 2010 Tribeca Film Festival.

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20 Years Ago, ‘Catwoman’ Clawed Its Way To Become The Worst Superhero Movie Of All Time – But Is It?

Halle Berry’s Catwoman is always at the top of everyone’s list of worst superhero movies, but should it be?

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No Brain, No Pain – Twisters Reminds Us of What a Summer Blockbuster Should Be

Leave your brain at the door and fill up on popcorn for Twisters.

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7 Best Serial Killer Hunting Movies

To celebrate the release of Longlegs, MenStuff highlights some of the best psychological crime-thrillers you need to see.

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