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Perverted Twangin'

'Dirty Country' star Larry Pierce summons both Randy Travis and 2 Live Crew in his raunchy—and hilarious—odes to all sorts of sex.

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Will 'Sicko' Influence the Election?

Michael Moore's new film compellingly explains why the American health-care system is broken. But will it kick up enough dust to cause any real changes?

The Blurbs

Shrek the Turd

In this week's edition of The Blurbs—the feature in which we take a close look at those critic blurbs that are a fixture of ads for movies—see breakdowns of blurbs for 'Shrek the Third,' 'Georgia Rule,' 'The Wendell Baker Story,' and more.

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He Lives to Run

Sébastien Foucan, the Frenchman responsible for the most-exhilarating moments of the latest James Bond film, expounds on his art of Freerunning.

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Driving Mr. Borat

The driving instructor who tutored Sacha Baron Cohen's Kazakh alter ego tells Gelf what audiences missed and how his unexpected film stardom has affected his life.

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Broken Levees, Broken Promises

Spike Lee's HBO documentary When The Levees Broke is a damning and intimate look at the government-sponsored catastrophe that followed in the wake of Hurricane Katrina.

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Snakes on a Fan

Jim "iBgerd" Dozier pledges permanent allegience to a film he hasn't yet seen.

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Being With Smooth Dre Is Like a Mini-Vacation

Rapper Andre Smith, an unlikely star of Dave Chappelle's 'Block Party,' isn't the type to rush, but he's aspiring to greatness. Or perhaps a laundromat.

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Scratching a Wound

What a 1946 flick about WWII veterans tells us about 'United 93' and how we should respond to it.

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Ninety-Two Stories About Craigslist

Michael Ferris Gibson talks to Gelf about his film paean to San Francisco's favorite website.

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