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Lars And The Real Girl
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Ryan Gosling (The Notebook) stars in this weird and warm comedy as a delusional young man who strikes up an unconventional relationship with a doll he finds on the Internet.
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An Indian-American guy surprises his family when he announces his desire for an arranged marriage with an Indian woman, though his affection for a longtime American friend complicates his plan.
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