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The Adventures of TinTin, The Darkest Hour, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, and Z

THE ADVENTURES OF TINTIN

Steven Spielberg competes with his own

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War Horse

for holiday eyeballs/box-office dollars with his motion-capture/computer-animated adaptation of the much-loved French children’s-lit character.

Opens Dec. 21.

THE DARKEST HOUR

Emile Hirsch headlines a cast of young little-knowns in this undistinguished-looking sci-fi/action/thriller whozit.

Opens Dec. 25.

GENTLEMEN PREFER BLONDES

Marilyn Monroe and Jane Russell square off in Howard Hawks’ classic 1953 musical comedy.

Z

Costa-Gavras’ 1969 docudrama remains one of the best and most chilling accounts of how political power can play itself out in the streets as well as in government offices.

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