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    The Best Documentaries of 2015 According to the Criticwire Network

    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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    Superhero Movies Aren't Going Away, But They're Evolving

    "Ant-Man" isn't your typical Marvel movie. But it might be the most modern one.

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    Review: 'The Spoils Before Dying' Is Two Pounds of Fun In a Three-Pound Bag

    While a bit bloated at times, Will Ferrell's latest TV effort is almost as fun to watch as it must have been to make.

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    Did American Movies Fail Robin Williams?

    The late actor's penultimate screen performance is further proof that his talent was underutilized.

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    Review: 'Rectify' Season 3 Continues to Adapt in the Most Watchable of Ways

    Starting right where it left off in Season 2, Ray McKinnon's haunting drama restructures its atmospheric elements in an effort to dig deeper into the characters' identity quests.

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    Review: 'Cartel Land' is the Kathryn Bigelow Movie You Wish She'd Make

    Matthew Heineman's portrait of the drug war features Bigelow as an executive producer -- for good reason.

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    Review: 'Magic Mike XXL' is Steven Soderbergh's Striptease Concert Film (And That's Just Fine)

    Channing Tatum is back for another adventure involving beefy men taking off their clothes. But is there more to it than that?

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    Here's the Movie That Gave Us Quentin Tarantino's Career

    Nearly 30 years ago, "City on Fire" became a milestone of modern Hong Kong cinema. But its greater achievement is the impact it had on another filmmaker.

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