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SMALL WONDER Wednesday, July 22
Ant-Man rediscovers some of the playfulness of super-hero adventure
TRIGGERING THE CENSORS Wednesday, July 22
The recent release on Blu-ray of Billy Wilder’s 1965 Kiss Me, Stupid (a rare flop for the director) got me thinking about the Motion Picture Production Code and the Legion of Decency, both of …
ALL MY LIFE Wednesday, July 29
Shirley Clarke’s documentary is a unique cinematic portrait of a 20th-century jazz master
BADLY HUNG Wednesday, July 22
The Gallows is the latest (we hope last) found-footage horror dreck
ME PROBLEM Wednesday, June 24
How to read the emotional emergence from narcissism in Me and Earl and the Dying Girl
MELLOW YELLOW Wednesday, July 8
The adorably servile creatures from the Despicable Me movies would’ve been better served by a better story
COPPING OUT Wednesday, May 13
It has some laughs, but buddy chick-flick drips with sexist exploitation
If you liked the first one, you’ll like this snark-and-song-rich sequel
An interesting plot for the sci-fi franchise’s latest is bogged down by blah action scenes
CINEMATIC EXTINCTION Wednesday, July 8
Not to be confused with disaster flicks like San Andreas, Armageddon, or 2012, the Australian doomsday film These Final Hours (2013) offers no hope of survival for anyone. It’s the end of …