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‘I Origins’ Turns The Creationist Eyeball Meme Into A Sci-Fi Rom-Dram

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Can a film based on a dopey idea turn out kind of good? The paradox at the heart of 'I Origins.'

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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.

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‘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.

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‘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.

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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."

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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.

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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.

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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.

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Seth MacFarlane Is The Ron Paul Of Comedy: ‘A Million Ways To Die In The West’ Review

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Seth MacFarlane is great at having three good ideas for every one REALLY bad one.

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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.

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‘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.

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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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Stop All The Downloadin': A ‘Transcendence’ Review

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In 'Transcendence,' Computer Johnny Depp wants you to stop all the downloadin'.



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