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    Box Office Top Ten: So Far Comedy, Family Fare and Fox Dominate the Summer

    Hollywood front-loaded the summer with big-budget actioners to get ahead of the month-long World Cup, which provides massive international competition. But this weekend two sequels, Sony comedy "22 Jump Street" and Dreamworks Animation's "How to Train Your Dragon 2" scored well stateside. And both i...

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    This Movie Weekend Looks Bright, From an Oscar Sure-Bet to a Raunchy Buddy Comedy and a Grab Bag of Fest Faves

    This weekend boasts two major studio releases poised to duke it out for box office victory, as well as a few more modestly scaled indies that have been holding court on the festival circuit all year.

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    22 Jump Street

    '22 Jump Street' tries to catch a meta-wave on the shoulders of its stars, Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum.

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    Review: 'How To Train Your Dragon 2' Is A Satisfying, If Slightly Inferior Sequel

    For most of their history, which has now lasted over 15 years ("Antz" and "The Prince Of Egypt" both debuted in 1998), DreamWorks Animation seemed to be content with making a quick buck and raising a cheap laugh. Some of their output was better than others (the original "Shrek" at one end of the sca...

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    '22 Jump Street' DVD & Blu-ray Will Feature A 10-Minute Alternate Cut With All The Jokes Taken Out

    Comedy sequel "22 Jump Street" lands on Friday, and as you'll know from our review, it's maybe the best movie of the summer so far, and certainly the funniest. But if you're someone who really hates jokes and laughing, there's some good news for you, because when the film hits DVD & Blu-ray at the e...

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    Dreamworks Aims To Regain The Magic With "HTTYD 2" While Jonah And Channing Give it The Old College Try In "22 Jump Street"

    It certainly has been a challenging run for Dreamworks Animation over the last two years. Since June 2012's "Madagascar 3", the company has released four films to mixed results. This week they attempt to regain glory with "How To Train Your Dragon 2".

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    Review: Phil Lord And Chris Miller's '22 Jump Street' Starring Channing Tatum, Jonah Hill & Ice Cube

    Phil Lord and Chris Miller have built a career out of making things work that really should not have worked. Coming off only the short-lived cult animated series "Clone High," and a brief year on "How I Met Your Mother," the duo made their feature debut with "Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs," an a...

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    Watch: 2 New Clips & Featurette For '22 Jump Street' Goes To School

    One of our 10 Movies To See In June, and a comedy we hope delivers the same big, surprising laughs as its predecessor, we'll soon have a verdict with "22 Jump Street" screening for press today. But until then, here's a few new videos from the film as part of Sony's unrelenting marketing campaign.

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    Watch: Red Band Spot, Clip, Featurette & Lots Of New Images For '22 Jump Street'

    This year's spring/summer comedies either seem to be hitting or missing. Earlier this month, Seth Rogen and Zac Efron scored big with "Neighbors," while this weekend's "A Million Ways To Die In The West" looks like a colossal disaster that commits the one cardinal sin of comedies that don't work: it...

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    Watch: Channing Tatum & Jonah Hill Ride A Semi In New Clip From '22 Jump Street'

    Channing Tatum’s career will also be spoken of in terms of two periods, before 2012 and after. Not only did the year find Steven Soderbergh giving Tatum some much-needed prestige, clout and weight with “Magic Mike” but more importantly, the world saw how damn funny the beefcake actor could be in the...

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