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News, reviews, and interviews on feature films and documentaries.

Paper Towns glorifies questions over answers

By Alicia Cohn
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Movies | John Green sets his wildly successful novels around life transition in the lives of young adults. He taps into this disproportionate drama better than any…

<em>The Stanford Prison Experiment</em>

The Stanford Prison Experiment

By Sophia Lee
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Movies | How would you act if somebody handed you a uniform, a nightstick, and full reign over a group of prisoners? Until a person is in that situation, he never…

Humbling Mr. Holmes

By Megan Basham
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Movies | A suffering Sherlock Holmes finds meaning beyond logic

Trainwreck

By Alicia Cohn
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Movies | In Trainwreck , the lead character, Amy (Amy Schumer) insists she’s happy with her life of one night stands and a job writing for an exploitative magazine…

<em>Ant-Man</em>

Ant-Man

By Ian C. Bloom
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Movies | Ant-Man , building on the ever-expanding Avengers universe of Stan Lee and Marvel Comics, channels ’50s sci-fi spectaculars like The Incredible Shrinking Man

Box Office Top 10

By The Editors
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Movies | For the weekend of July 17-19 according to Box Office Mojo

Thriller Self/less rues lost fatherhood

By Bob Brown
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Movies | Hollywood occasionally admits money can’t buy happiness but rarely owns up to its role in disconnecting men from their families. Self/less , a…

Minions suffers without Gru

By Bob Brown
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Movies | Universal Pictures executives would do well to reconsider this time-proven advice: “Dance with the one who brung ya.” Lacking a charismatic lead character…

<em>Terminator Genisys</em>

Terminator Genisys

By Bob Brown
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Movies | A Terminator movie that ends with a kiss?! Tells you everything you need to know. Terminator Genisys , the fifth installment of a 30-year sci-fi cartel, abandons…

Box Office Top 10

By The Editors
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Movies | For the weekend of July 3-5 according to Box Office Mojo

<em>Faith of Our Fathers</em>

Faith of Our Fathers

By Bob Brown
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Movies | Two soldiers spend the final 72 hours of their lives discussing God and writing home. Almost 30 years later, their sons meet and travel to the Vietnam…

Predictable Max is still a boy’s best friend

By Bob Brown
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Movies | A well-trained dog carries out its duties with loyalty and selflessness, qualities a boy will not come by without discipline and instruction. Max tells the…

 
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