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Tuesday, August 4, 2015

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Film

'Irrational Man' struggles to find substance

Annapurna Pictures

BY LAUREN WOOD

While the film is satisfying, it’s a little tough to judge how much of it is intentionally ridiculous and how much is a flailing attempt at intellectualism and depth.

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Unconventional 'Ant-Man' brings new, likable hero

Marvel

BY JACOB RICH

“Ant-Man” is the smallest-scale Marvel film both in the sense of physical spacing and narrative breadth.

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Opposite of a 'Trainwreck'

Apatow Productions

BY KAREN HUA

Even in real life, Schumer as a writer and Apatow as a director had to compromise to produce a boundary-pushing, but still universally-appealing comedy. “Trainwreck” is comedy, quality, and also social commentary.

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Amazing Amy: Winehouse's captivating documentary

Universal Music

BY CHRISTIAN KENNEDY

“Amy” isn’t an easy watch by any means, but it is certainly rewarding.

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The adventures of 'Minions'

Universal Pictures

BY CONRAD FOREMAN

The film’s core strength, obviously, lies in the adorability of the minions.

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'Terminator Genisys': Another failed '90s reboot

Skydance Productions

BY JACOB RICH

“Genysis” marks the second attempt this summer at rebooting a major 90’s film franchise, and the first, “Jurassic World,” works decidedly better.

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'Magic Mike XXL' gives women what they want

Warner Bros.

BY CHLOE GILKE

Anyone can enjoy the movie, but “Magic Mike” is made for the ladies.

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