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7/29/2015
YouTube, the decade-old site responsible for re-formatting how we perceive short-form comedy today, naturally hasn’t transitioned well into a longer medium.
7/28/2015
Although notoriously difficult to capture on film, Gustave Flaubert’s famed 1856 novel Madame Bovary has still attracted filmmakers.
7/27/2015
Golden Age Hollywood never let something like facts get in the way of telling a good story and nowhere is that more evident than in the biographies of music icons.
7/24/2015
Paper Towns is a subpar John Green novel, so it’s only fitting for Jake Schreier’s film adaptation to be somewhat substandard as well. Actually, that’s a bit harsh.
7/23/2015
The sport of boxing is fertile cinematic ground and for obvious reasons.
7/19/2015
Russell Crowe has been making films for 25 years and has worked with plenty of great directors, including Ridley Scott, Michael Mann and Ron Howard.
7/16/2015
At last, Amy Schumer has come to the big screen and not a moment too soon.
7/15/2015
Proceeding Edgar Wright’s departure, Ant-Man, Marvel's 12 feature, would permanently remain a second-rate version of what it could have been.
7/15/2015
With all the police crime procedurals on television these days, a crime movie has to go above and beyond to prove its reason for existence.
7/12/2015
The minions are back and starring in their own highly-anticipated feature film.
7/9/2015
Director Tarsem Singh is a distinct visionary lacking a voice.


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