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Sam Mendes' "Skyfall" and Steven Spielberg's "Lincoln" are both scoring high with critics and look to dominate the weekend box office. If American history and the Bond universe aren't to your taste, there's Sean Baker's significantly more down-to-earth "Starlet," which is in tune with the lives and emotions of two very different women (Dree Hemingway and Besedka Johnson), living in the San Fernando Valley. French import "Cafe de Flore" starts out thoroughly engaging, but clever cutting, sumptuous sounds and a beautiful cast can't save the film's second half. Also arriving in theaters: South Korea's "In Another Country," low-budget infidelity/relationship drama "28 Hotel Rooms" and a Chinese take on "Dangerous Liaisons." Reviews, trailers and more below: "Skyfall" Columbia Pictures, UK/Us | Dir: Sam Mendes Cast: Daniel Craig, Judi Dench, Javier Bardem, Naomie »

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