AFTER SUNSET

In Honor Of ‘Boyhood’: A Look Back At The ‘Before’ Trilogy, A Lotta Years Later

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With 'Boyhood' opening in a handful more cities, we take a look back at Richard Linklater's 'Sunrise/Sunset' trilogy to see if it's worth revisiting.

ELLAR COLTRANE

Richard Linklater’s 12-Years-In-The-Making ‘Boyhood’ Is Great If You Like Trying Really Hard Not To Cry

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Richard Linklater's 12-years-in-the-making 'Boyhood' is like all the joy of parenthood without all the hassle of finding a breeder or background checks.

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‘Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes’ Is An Extended Grunt Lecture About Understanding

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'Dawn of the Planet of the Apes' is an extended grunt lecture about understanding delivered by a series of live-action and digital stock characters.

BEN FALCONE

‘Tammy’ Is A Preachy, Family-Friendly, Feel-Good Movie About Self-Confidence: Brace Yourself

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'Tammy' is not the movie you think it is, which turns out to be a mixed blessing.

BONG JOON-HO

‘Snowpiercer’ Is A Messy Piece Of Inspired Madness

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If you want to see an action movie that isn't bland, dressed-up Hollywood pandering this Summer, 'Snowpiercer' might be your best bet.

AUSTRALIA

‘The Rover’ Is The Sweatiest Movie Of The Year

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Vince reviews David Michod's 'The Rover,' our most anticipated movie of the summer.

CANCER MOVIES

Sarcastic Children With Cancer Are A Gross But Successful Formula In ‘The Fault in Our Stars’

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'The Fault in Our Stars' attempts to balance sarcasm and syrup, constructing a cancer movie "entirely out of finger quotes."

movie reviews

The Spoof Has Become Self-Aware! A ’22 Jump Street’ Review

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No matter how great your impressions are, how impeccable your timing, how clever your word play, one of, if not the hardest thing in comedy is knowing precisely what it is about you that's funny.

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In ‘The Signal,’ Sensitive Metrosexuals Battle Evil, Fight Corruption, Set Long-term Goals

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The Signal, an apocalyptic sci-fi thriller set to a Garden State soundtrack, and a milquetoast movie best washed down with a warm glass of milk.

AMANDA PEET

In Clark Gregg’s ‘Trust Me,’ Nice Guys Finish In A Fiery Pit of Death

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Clark Gregg writes and directs and light-hearted romp about - whomp whomp! - sex abuse.

EMILY BLUNT

Bro, Do You Even Montage? An ‘Edge Of Tomorrow’ Review

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'Edge of Tomorrow' is a lot like 'Groundhog Day' if you replace all the fun stuff with aliens.

ERIC ROBERTS

We Found It On Netflix: ‘Run,’ The Movie About The Teenaged Parkour Expert Jewel Thief

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"Run" is a movie about a teenager who uses parkour to rob jewelry stores and support his family starring Eric Roberts as a wine-swilling crime boss. Of course we watched it.

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Review: ‘Godzilla’ Is The Gloriously Silly Monster Movie ‘Pacific Rim’ Should’ve Been

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Finally, a monster movie that makes the monsters big, instead of making the people small.

ANDREW AND JON ERWIN

‘Mom’s Night Out’ Is A PG-Rated, Faith-Based Mom-Com: Viewer Discretion Advised

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'Mom’s Night Out' looks back nostalgically to a time when both gender roles and women’s vaginas remained effortlessly tight.

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‘Chef’: A Reluctant Foodie’s Review

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Jon Favreau's 'Chef' is part food porn, part food propaganda, and it's important to understand the difference.

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REVIEW: Neighbors, In Which Some Really Funny People Make A Mediocre Movie

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Neighbors is a lot of funny people doing funny stuff in a not-that-funny movie.

ANDREW GARFIELD

REVIEW: ‘Amazing Spider-Man 2′ And The Trouble With Outline Filmmaking

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'The Amazing Spider-Man 2' isn't a movie so much as a casualty of a marketing campaign.


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