The sometimes-surreal French filmmaker nails romance again
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The road-trip drama travels through another side of America
Playing another screw-up, he makes a bid for consideration as a great American actor
Romantic comedy sticks to the script
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courtesy of David LaRochelleMinnesota author David LaRochelle illustrates children's books and pumpkins. See a slideshow of LaRochelle's amazing artIf your idea of carving pumpkins involves the typical triangle eyes and a crude gap-toothed smile, prepare to have your mind expanded. David LaRo ... More >>
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