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7/1/2015
Like its main characters, Terminator: Genisys wants so desperately to use the series’ time-traveling narrative device to fix the past.
6/29/2015
Gyrating at full throttle and pumped to the nines with unabashed testosterone, Magic Mike XXL is to 2012’s Magic Mike what whoopie pies are to molten chocolate lava cakes.
6/25/2015
Much like how the titular character magically came to life, watching Seth MacFarlane’s directorial debut Ted was like seeing the filmmaker and Family Guy creator inspired and alive again
6/21/2015
Survivor, directed by V For Vendetta’s James McTeigue, is a pretty standard thriller that simply revolves around smart people doing really stupid things.
6/19/2015
Like his last two films, Prince Avalanche and Joe, David Gordon Green’s latest, Manglehorn, rests fulfillingly on the shoulders of its uncompromising-but-quietly-captivating leads
6/19/2015
Inside Out is the thesis, the ultimate statement of why Pixar is a necessary force in today’s filmmaking world.
6/18/2015
It’s safe to say Pixar’s emotional pull has been muted since 2010.
6/17/2015
As Hollywood uses ‘90s nostalgia solely to cash in our generation’s glossed-eyed fondness for a past era — and why else would something like Fuller House exist — what’s most refreshing about wr
6/13/2015
Jurassic World is really a tragedy of Shakespearean proportions, centering on the poor Indominus Rex’s journey to find his true self.
6/12/2015
A John Hughes film birthed from the child of Jean-Luc Godard and Wes Anderson, Me & Earl & the Dying Girl, Alfonso Gomez-Rejon’s cinematic adaptation of Jesse Andrews’ YA novel of the same name
6/11/2015
Jurassic World is a mixed bag in almost every sense.
6/8/2015
Melissa McCarthy, Jude Law, Jason Stratham and other great actors are fantastic in Paul Feig's latest film, Spy, which sees McCarthy go undercover to stop the purchase of a bomb.


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