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There are so many bad movies out there that it’s not reasonable to suggest Transformers: Age of Extinction is the...
Let’s answer your most pressing question about Obvious Child: Yes, Paul Simon’s song “Obvious Child” appears in the...
The most beguiling thing about Pawel Pawlikowski’s Ida is its look. Its cinematography, by Ryszard Lenczewksi and...
Edge of Tomorrow succeeds on teamwork and smarts
It’s not unreasonable to imagine that Tom Cruise, perhaps the last of the old school movie stars, had lost it. He...
Jon Favreau’s Chef is predictable and pleasing
Sometimes it’s nice to see a nice movie. “Nice” is a bad word—it’s usually reserved for people who are inoffensive...
It just so happens that Adam Sandler once made good movies. More than once, even. There’s Billy Madison and Happy...
George Carlin used to a do a bit about his favorite movies: westerns in which a bunch of cowboys face off with a...
Live action dominates the summer blockbuster season
It’s mid-May: The crushing tide of summer movies is just around the corner. Gear up. Actually, we don’t really have a...
By this point, we’ve all seen the ads for Neighbors. Family vs. frat. Thirtysomethings vs. drunk 20somethings. Seth...
No surprises in the lazy plot of The Other Woman
The Other Woman has approximately 1 million things working against it. First, we’re expected to believe Kate (Leslie...
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