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It's that time of year again, the time when film buffs everywhere thank a certain Mr. De Niro for bringing the much-anticipated Tribeca Film Festival to town. We don't know about you, but these fests can become overwhelming. You want to catch a flick, but don't know where to start looking. So we've done the popcorn-munching for you (you're welcome!) and have whipped up a bookmarkable list of all the movies we feel are must-sees. Sure we're no Ebert, but we're totally into entertainment, escaping the April showers on the horizon (unfortunate, but unavoidable none the less), and the exciting possibility of rustling our Sour Patch packet next to a bonafide celeb (how meta).
Click through for 12 great new things to talk about at your next dinner party.
Photos: Courtesy of Rubenstein/ The Tribeca Film Festival
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