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  • The Boy Next Door (R)

    The most pleasurably ludicrous highlight of The Boy Next Door comes half an hour in, before the sex and murders and something's-in-the-mirror-behind-her! more...
  • Carrie (R)

    Kimberly Peirce changes almost nothing in her rallying remake of Brian De Palma's classic about a troubled telekinetic teenager. more...
  • Chappie (R)

    Since his debut, District 9, Neill Blomkamp has shown he knows where he stands in the division between man and machine: He's sided against Homo sapiens for being judgmental and cruel. more...
  • Escape Plan (R)

    In First Blood, Richard Crenna plays Trautman, a harbinger figure whose function is to explain to the antagonists-- and the audience-- that John Rambo is "a man who's been trained to ignore pain, ignore weather, to live off the land, to eat things that would make a billy goat puke!" more...
  • Fast & Furious 6 (PG-13)

    Much more entertaining than you might expect for one with "fast" or "furious" or "six" in the title, director Justin Lin's Fast & Furious 6 offers the series' most resplendent parade of chases and crashes yet, all shot and cut in that radical new style, the one where audiences can apprehend in one viewing just what is supposed to be going on. more...
  • Homefront (R)

    Once upon a time -- the 1980s -- you could walk into a movie theater any day of the year, plop down a few bucks, and watch one man kick another man's ass. more...
  • The Imitation Game (PG-13)

    "Politics really isn't my specialty," shrugs Alan Turing (Benedict Cumberbatch) to a Naval commander (Charles Dance) in an early job interview scene in Morten Tyldum's choppy biopic The Imitation Game. more...
  • The Lazarus Effect (PG-13)

    The makers of The Lazarus Effect, an uninspired horror film about modern-day mad scientists, do nothing noteworthy with their heady what-if premise: What do you see right before you die, and what would happen if you came back from the dead?Screenwriters Luke Dawson and Jeremy Slater ask and mostly answer those promising central questions within their film's first 40 minutes. more...
  • Out of the Furnace (R)

    If the plot of Out of the Furnace were fueling a drive-in movie of the '70s, you might actually want to see it -- it's a basic but sturdy idea that could have some juice. more...

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