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United Airlines: Exploring Sonoma County Beyond the Vineyards

A travel guide to some of Sonoma County’s most exciting attractions.

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Variety: 25 Genre Films That Should Have Been Nominated for Best Picture

Gary Lockwood And Keir Dullea In '2001: A Space Odyssey'
25 classic science-fiction, horror and thriller films that deserved to be nominated for Oscar’s top prize.

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Variety: Why We Never Saw Alfred Hitchcock’s Bond, and Three More Lost 007 Movies

A look at four James Bond movies that came close to production… but never made it to the screen.

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Variety: ‘Eyes Wide Shut’ Anniversary: The Final Films of 12 Directors

Eyes Wide Shut

Introduction: “You’re only as good as your last picture” is an adage familiar to Hollywood, but it didn’t necessarily apply when Stanley Kubrick’s “Eyes Wide Shut” premiered on July 16, 1999. Arriving four months after his death, the controversial film eluded audiences, divided critics and challenged movie historians to rank it among the director’s greatest work. On the 15th anniversary of its release, here’s a look at the final films of twelve celebrated auteurs.

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