Review Roundup: ‘A Million Ways to Die in the West’

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Following up his well-received Ted, writer-director-actor-producer Seth MacFarlane can’t quite make his new comedy A Million Ways to Die in the West work — and considering the constellation of …

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Part 4 of Our Summer 2014 Movie Roundup

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In the final installment of our Summer Movie Preview — and you can find Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3 at their respective links — we look at …

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Review Roundup: ‘Blended’

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Adam Sandler’s Blended is not nearly as bad as it could have been — and while that’s hardly the kind of thing that studios like to put on posters, it’s …

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Part 3 of Our Summer 2014 Movie Roundup

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In Part 3 of our Summer 2014 Movie Preview, we talk about everything from the B-movie thriler sequel The Purge: Anarchy to The Rock in Hercules, as well as …

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Review Roundup: ‘The Grand Seduction’

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The very funny and startlingly smooth The Grand Seduction opens this week in NY and LA, coming soon to a theater near you; it’s a near-perfect comedy, one well worth …

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Interview: Lake Bell of ‘Million Dollar Arm’

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As neighbor-turned-love-interest Brenda in Million Dollar Arm opposite Jon Hamm’s driven would-be superagent JB Bernstein, Lake Bell manages to enliven a role that could have simply been “the Girl” to …

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Review Roundup: ‘Neighbors’

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Winning the box office last week, Neighbors is one of those rare pleasures where the movie is actually better, stronger and smarter than the good, strong, smart stuff it’s shown …

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Review Roundup: ‘Chef’

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Written by, directed by and starring Jon Favreau, it’s easy to see parallels between his character — a chef forced to churn out bland, boring cuisine until it drives him …

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April Review Round-Up: From ‘The Other Woman’ to ‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier’

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It’s been a busy April thanks to Hollywood — including the unofficial start of Summer, as Captain America: The Winter Solider opened the month off with a bang still reverberating …

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Review Roundup: ‘Brick Mansions’

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No one, of course, knew that Brick Mansions would be the last film Paul Walker would complete before his untimely death at age 44 — and yet, here we are. …

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