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Sci-fi film opens this year's festival
Stanley Tucci, Paul Rudd, Paul Giamatti, Zoe Kazan and more
Also: Christopher Nolan talks about 'Man of Steel,' and more
'Survivor' winners Jenna & Ethan lead the 11-team field
Why: The Stones are a liberal bunch, and are instantly disapproving of Everet...
Winds threatened famed balloons
Out Nov. 28, 'Blame It All On My Roots' includes covers of George Jones and Bob Seger
This vaguely autobiographical concert-film stars Peaches, the Canadian electroclash pioneer.
Two women travel back to their hometown in this comedy.
A behind-the-scenes look at the televised benefit concert to raise relief funds for victims of Hurricane Sandy in 2012.
Dave Grohl, a Beatle, the Rolling Stones, Kanye and taking viewers behind the scenes of Superstorm Sandy benefit
This year's quartet set to be honored Saturday night
MTV's EMAs has its biggest U.S. audience ever -- thanks to Miley Cyrus' (censored) joint-smoking Michael Ian Black and Tom Papa will help co-host Nat Geo's "Duck Quacks Don't Echo" "All My Children" is getting the axe, again
Wagon Master, splendidly directed by John Ford, is a superlative western. The film is the outwardly simple tale of a Mormon wagon train headed for Utah. Along the way, the group, led by Elder Wiggs (Ward Bond) hook up with two horse traders Travis Blue (Ben Johnson) and Sandy Owens (Harry Carey Jr), the members of a traveling medicine show and a tribe of Navajo Indians. The group is threatened by a gang, known as the Clegg family, who have robbed an express office and murdered the clerk. This wonderful film emphasizes the virtues of solidarity, sacrifice and tolerance, and shows John Ford at his most masterful, in total control of the production from the casting to the bit players to the grandeur and scope of the visual compositions. The film, with its breathtaking scenery, brilliant performances by a cast of character actors, and an engaging sense of humor, is a superlative example of the American western. Wagonmaster inspired the television series Wagon Train and was also shown in a computer-colorized version ~ Linda Rasmussen, All Movie Guide