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A&E Sets JonBenet Ramsey Documentary 'The Truth Uncovered'
The two-hour special becomes the fourth project pegged to the 20th anniversary of her slaying.

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'The Hollars' Review: All-Star Cast Props Up Indie Grief Drama

John Krasinski, as actor and director, tackles the most clichéd genre in the movie business — the dysfunctional family dramedy. The big difference is he pulls it off with uncommon humor and compassion. The plot from screenwriter Jim Strouse (Grace Is Gone) spins this way: John Hollar (Krasinski), a graphic novelist living in Manhattan with his pregnant, pet-clothing designer

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