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Recreating successful comedy is always an uphill battle.
Going into Interstellar, you want it to work. Just the idea of two major studios working together to give acclaimed filmmaker Christopher Nolan a blank check can make a moviegoer excited.
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The One I Love is a clever film that is really hard to describe without spoiling any aspect of the film.
Jeremy Renner, with all his natural acting charisma and graceful persona, has earned his status as a movie star.
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In its own distinctive way, Dear White People lets you know that it means business.
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Big Hero 6, the latest from Walt Disney Animation Studios, is easily the best product of the Disney/Marvel relationship.

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