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    Life Itself

    ‘Life Itself’ is the story of a born journalist who had a profound impact on popular culture, and then made an even greater contribution when he was robbed of his ability to speak.

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    Tammy

    In Melissa McCarthy and Ben Falcone’s 'Tammy,' Susan Sarandon effortlessly dominates every scene she’s in and keeps her character grounded and real…

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    Bound By Flesh

    The Leslie Zemeckis documentary 'Bound by Flesh,' candidly explores the challenging, often tumultuous, life story of conjoined twins Violet and Daisy Hilton.

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    Begin Again

    In ‘Begin Again,’ writer-director Carney has elicited spontaneous performances from an experienced cast—just as he did with the nonprofessional stars of ‘Once’—and has chosen his actors well.

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    Transformers: Age Of Extinction

    When the most interesting thing in ‘Transformers: Age of Extinction’ is the blatant product placement, you know something is out of whack.

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    Jersey Boys

    'Jersey Boys,' a rags-to-riches tale with glimpses behind the scenes of the music business, is pretty well irresistible.

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    How to Train Your Dragon 2

    'How to Train Your Dragon 2' is a rich and satisfying movie of surprising substance.

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    A Documentary Tribute To A Great Cartoonist

    Discover Gahan Wilson in this gem of a documentary: 'Born Dead, Still Weird' by Steven-Charles Jaffe.

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    Obvious Child

    ‘Obvious Child’ is a small-scale but winning comedy from writer-director Gillian Robespierre and leading lady Jenny Slate.

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    Words And Pictures

    ‘Words and Pictures’ leans heavily on the considerable appeal of its stars and the touch of its director, Fred Schepisi, who maintains a light hand throughout.

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