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The fact that Lucy, the enabled heroine in Luc Besson’s ambitiously

nuts sci-fi-er, can get people to do exactly what she wants them to do

by merely glancing at them made me, frankly, a little jealous...

Magic in the Moonlight

Had this pretty trifle been made by a different filmmaker, perhaps I

could have just sat back and enjoyed the scenery. But it wasn’t....

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes

The strength of this mythical morality tale and the

CGI surrounding it almost make up for the short shrift

given to the humans in this chapter. Note I said ‘almost’...


If I have any quibble at all with Richard Linklatter’s glorious film,

it’s the title. Because while the ambitious concept is to follow one

boyhood, the movie is just as much about a family and about America...

Earth to Echo

This derivative mash up has one shining light. And it isn’t the

glowy-eyed bot that’s supposed to charm the kiddies...

Jersey Boys

Clint Eastwood’s big screen adaptation of the Broadway smash is not without

its rewards; getting there, though, requires acceptance and patience...

Edge Of Tomorrow

Yes, Tom Cruise’s time trippy sci-fi-er is the best surprise of the summer...

The Fault in Our Stars

Do you have to love John Green’s best selling novel to love this movie?

Maybe. For the rest of us, the no-fault stars carry us a long way.

Obvious Child

Anyone curious about the state of women in film or just women

in general must see Gillian Robespierre’s Obvious Child...

A Million Ways to Die in the West

Are you kidding me? Ah, if only...


Yes, I cringed. But I will also admit this blend of Sandler

silly and Barrymore sweetness isn’t half bad...

X-Men: Days of Future Past

The real super-power in this fast charging chapter? It’s James

McAvoy, who manages to give a real, ferocious performance

amidst the mutant splash we’ve come to expect...


This Godzilla takes itself very, very, seriously. Too bad we can’t.


This is a very silly movie. And it isn’t.

The Amazing Spider-Man 2

The only truly amazing things in this hyper, bloated re-dux are the

actors, whom director Marc Webb lets fly with some remarkably

poignant stuff in between all the surrounding noise...

The Other Woman

I shudder to think what this ‘Bridesmaids Lite’

flick would have been had Leslie Mann not

been allowed to do her thing...


An intriguing start quickly plummets into a goofy sci-fi

thriller, never rising from its traditional roots...


This slim and pretty terrific thriller may just prove to be the ultimate

antidote to this summer’s bloated superhero onslaught...


Darren Aronofsky’s Noah is as political as it is spiritual.

And, yeah, the effects are pretty swell, too...

Rob The Mob

Just like the true life anti-heroes it portrays, this little movie

packs what might be considered surprising heat...

Nymphomaniac: Volume I

Leave it to Lars von Trier to create a movie

about sex that’s not traditionally sexy at all...

Grand Piano

Small on scale, this terse thriller plays us like a finely tuned, well, you know...


There is a logic to resurrecting this franchise in the videogame era

and while this reboot isn’t as much inventive fun as its original,

this not -bad take does serve its purpose...

Monuments Men

Had this historical drama really relied on the strength of its convictions,

George Clooney’s good old fashioned movie might have flowed better...

Labor Day

Promising pedigree aside, this nonsensical romance’s a laborious entertainment...


Opening in Wide Release



And So It Goes

In Selected Theaters

A Most Wanted Man

Happy Christmas

Very Good Girls

14 Blades

The Kill Team

My Man Is a Loser


Come Back To Me

Also in Theaters

The Purge: Anarchy

Sex Tape

Planes: Fire And Rescue

Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes




Earth to Echo

Transformers: Age of Extinction

Think Like a Man Too

Jersey Boys (2014)

How to Train Your Dragon 2

22 Jump Street

Edge of Tomorrow

The Fault In Our Stars

X-Men: Days of Future Past (2014)

Blended (2014)


Million Dollar Arm

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