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The Secret Life of Pets

"Another Sucker Found" — that was the sign on the take-home box that held the first pet I ever adopted, a kitty named Fitzie. The same principle applies to all of you who see The Secret Life of Pets, an animated fluffball that does everything to drive you crazy and...

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Captain Fantastic

Viggo Mortensen is at the top of his game in this family dramedy, shot through with humor and heart. Written and directed with scrappy grace by Matt Ross (an actor best known for playing vengeful CEO Gavin Belson of HBO's Silicon Valley), Captain Fantastic takes turns you don't see coming. Mortensen...

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The Purge: Election Year

Let us now praise creepy masks and class warfare! Over the course of two movies, producer Jason Blum's future-shlock horror franchise about a government-sponsored holiday of lawlessness has gone from yuppie siege thriller with an intriguing premise to pulpy-as-fuck social critique; the leap from 2013's original installment to 2014's highly...

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The Legend of Tarzan

Whatever you think of the new screen version of Tarzan, and reaction will likely be polarizing,  you have to admit that Alexander Skarsgard brings his A-game — mind, heart and body beautiful. He vine-swings across the jungle, mostly minus a loincloth but with a lot more on his mind than...

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Our Kind of Traitor

If you've been watching Tom Hiddleston and Hugh Laurie bring the literary espionage of John le Carré to vibrantly suspenseful life on AMC's The Night Manager, then you should already be panting for Our Kind of Traitor. Sadly, it's not quite as tasty. But director Susanna White, working from a...

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Life, Animated

Get away from that TV! Stop watching movies to escape! Go outside and live! Kids everywhere are used to hearing their parents hammer advice like that. This is not the case in Life, Animated — a funny, touching and vital documentary from Roger Ross Williams (God Loves Uganda) in which...

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The BFG

Even Steven Spielberg feels pressure sometimes. On The BFG, the famed director must serve two masters: Roald Dahl's beloved 1982 novel about a little girl who gets kidnapped by a BFG (big friendly giant), her savior in a land of unfriendly cannibal giants; and a liberties-taking script by Melissa Mathison,...

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Hunt for the Wilderpeople

The coming-of-age tale, the on-the-run road movie, the buddy comedy, the boy's adventure story — all genres that require a steady hand and a singular sensibility, and all of which you'll find in Taika Waititi's goofy, giddy mash-up about two fugitives fleeing authorities in the New Zealand bush. The fact...

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Independence Day: Resurgence

It's been a long wait for the sequel. Back in 1996, Independence Day got us all worked up about alien attacks and the destruction of famous monuments. White House — boom! Empire State Building — boom! boom! In the two decades since, 9/11 happened and Hollywood hit the pause button...

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Wiener-Dog

Todd Solondz doesn't make movies to uplift us with cozy love for our fellow man. From Welcome to the Dollhouse (1995) through Happiness (1998), Storytelling (2001), Palindromes (2004) and Life During Wartime (2009), Solondz finds the ties that bind in fear, anxiety, depression, perversion, pedophilia, statutory rape, suicide and murder....

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