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    Amusing 'Staten Island Summer' Proves the Best Way to Make an 'SNL' Film Is to Not Make One at All

    A classic summertime tale capitalizes on great "SNL" talent without leaning on pre-existing characters.

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    The 'Pixels' Problem: Why Movies About Video Games Inevitably Fail

    Adam Sandler's latest dud isn't the first time Hollywood has misunderstood this evolving art form. And it might not be the last.

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    Whipsmart 'Unexpected' Is a Modern Response to 'Baby Boom'

    Kris Swanberg's newest feature juggles the personal and the professional with honest ease.

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    Review: Jake Gyllenhaal's Monstrous Extremes: The Mixed Blessing of 'Southpaw'

    The actor delivers a knockout performance as a disgraced boxer, but the movie doesn't fare so well.

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    Review: 'BoJack Horseman' Season 2 Brings the Comedy, But Finds True Depth in Its Questions

    From "Mad Men" to "Horseman," the elusiveness of happiness seems truly universal, in its way.

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    The Criticwire Network's Best-Reviewed Documentaries of 2015

    The world of documentaries is always a vibrant place for new films. This year, we've sifted through some of the best-reviewed films of the year to highlight the best of 2015, based on the reviews from members of our Criticwire Network.

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    Review: 'Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll' Could Be A Great Show About Being Mediocre, or A Mediocre Show About Being Great

    Denis Leary's rock comedy has promise in its setup, but we're waiting for proof that it'll live up to it.

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    Review: Pop Art Comes to Lurching Life in Takashi Murakami's Message-Laden, Semi-Animated Outing

    The first film from the prolific Japanese visual artist tells a sweet, but shabby kids tale.

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