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#InquirerSeven last movies of Fernando Poe Jr.

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As the nation remembers the 10th death anniversary of Fernando Poe Jr.—the award-winning movie superstar, national artist for film, and presidential candidate—Inquirer.net looks at the last seven movies he starred in before his sudden death in 2004.

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List of nominees for 72nd Golden Globe Awards

In this Aug. 27, 2014 file photo, director Alejandro Inarritu poses during a photo call for the movie "The Birdman" at the 71st edition of the Venice Film Festival in Venice, Italy. Inarritu was nominated for a Golden Globe for best director for the film on Thursday, Dec. 11, 2014. The 72nd annual Golden Globe awards will air on NBC on Sunday, Jan. 11. (AP Photo/Andrew Medichini, File)

Nominees for the 72nd annual Golden Globe Awards, announced Thursday (US time) in Beverly Hills, California, by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association

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Review: ‘Inherent Vice’ goes by in a pleasant haze

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This photo provided by Warner Bros. Pictures shows, Benicio Del Toro, left, as Sauncho Smilax, Esq. and Joaquin Phoenix as Larry "Doc" Sportello in Warner Bros. Pictures' and IAC Films' "Inherent Vice," a Warner Bros. Pictures release. The film releases on Dec. 12, 2014. AP

If you’re one of those who fondly recalls spending the ’60s luxuriating in a pleasantly disorienting haze, well, consider “Inherent Vice” a reunion of sorts. You’ll fit right in.

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Opening this week

Teenager contemplates suicide as he recalls his seemingly meaningless existence. Death of traditional cinema blog’s Macky Macarayan relates: “The message got lost in a stream of confusion.” Lilok Pelikula’s Richard Bolisay agrees: “Should have known better than … [to make] suicide feel trivial and frivolous.” Opens today.

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Gender-bending roles and stars

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JARED Leto won an Oscar best supporting actor trophy for playing a transgender in “Dallas Buyers Club.”

Most film roles are played by gender-appropriate actors—like Scarlett O’Hara being portrayed by Vivien Leigh and Rhett Butler being vivified by Clark Gable.

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