Story about three Americans who stop a terrorist attack features actual participants, a whole lot of summer-vacation home movies
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Film about August 2015 terror attack aboard Paris-bound train stars the three real-life American heroes involved
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From courageous military grunts to working-class saviors, our new American movie heroes don't wear capes – just blue collars
Director and star recreate 'Miracle on the Hudson' landing and dive into what it means to be a hero
From a revamped Western classic to a belated horror sequel, what you need to check out this month
"We're really in a pussy generation," actor-director says. "Everybody's walking on eggshells ... When I grew up, those things weren't called racist"
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How Clint's son went from the 'Wildest Dream' music-video guy to one of the hottest young actors today
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Screenwriter on controversial film: "The point of art is to promote discussion"