Review: The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: Them

Review: The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: Them

The amalgam of two movies doesn’t quite deliver the goods but rises above its problems with strong performances and great chemistry between James McAvoy and Jessica Chastain.

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Review: The Calling

Review: The Calling

A great cast led by Susan Sarandon elevate this from totally forgettable fare to something worth a watch on a Saturday afternoon.

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Review: La Bare

Review: La Bare

A look behind the scenes of the world’s most popular male strip club: La Bare.

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Review: Wet Behind the Ears

Review: Wet Behind the Ears

Life after college can be difficult. Especially when you can’t find a job. That’s what Samantha discovers in the charming dramedy “Wet Behind the Ears.”

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Review: About Alex

Review: About Alex

Jesse Zwick makes his feature debut with a movie about a group of college friends struggling to make real connections in the midst of social media.

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Review: The Four Minute Mile

Review: The Four Minute Mile

Though a familiar sports story, The Four Minute Mile, rises above the familiar.

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Review: Rich Hill

Review: Rich Hill

A beautiful and sad look at the lives of three teens living on the brink of poverty in small town America.

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Review: A Brony Tale

Review: A Brony Tale

Brony culture has entered the mainstream over the last few years and Brent Hodge’s documentary explores the not-so-strange fandom.

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Review: Life Itself

Review: Life Itself

I knew Roger Ebert.

I never met the man nor did we ever exchange words but I knew him. I knew the movies he liked, what filmmakers he championed and that he was willing to go out on a ledge and go against the grain. I also knew he grew up in a small town, loved his parents and that he was an alcoholic. What’s interesting is that I learned those last things, the really personal things, well after he had left television and illness had forced him to communicate only via the written word.

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Review: The Fault in Our Stars

Review: The Fault in Our Stars

Director: Josh Boone (Stuck In Love) Screenplay: Scott Neustadter, Michael H. Webe, John Green (book) Producer: Brendan Prost Starring: Shailene Woodley, Ansel Elgort, Nat Wolff, Laura Dern, Sam Trammell, Willem Dafoe MPAA Rating: PG-13 Running time: 125 min. Cancer sucks and generally speaking, movies about cancer suck. They’re saccharin and overtly...

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