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Updated: June 26, 2015 2:53:58 PM PDT
"It's all happenin' at the zoo," Simon & Garfunkel once sang. Not so much for "Zoo," CBS' new 13-part series   Read More...
 
You've seen juvenile delinquent movies. You also may have seen films about bleak conditions in the former Soviet Union. (There are a lot of them.) But you've never seen anything like "The Tribe" - nor heard anything like it.   Read More...
 
Summer continues to bring new provocative and entertaining series, and AMC's latest could be the best of them. On the surface, "Humans" may seem like just another story playing on our fears of the rise of artificial intelligence.   Read More...
 
"Getting out there and taking your clothes off in front of strangers is scary enough without having to sing at the same time," says Matt Bomer, one of the stars of "Magic Mike XXL," opening Wednesday. The sequel to the unexpected 2012 hit about male strippers reunites Bomer with Channing Tatum, Joe Manganiello, Kevin Nash, Adam Rodriguez and Gabriel Iglesias ...   Read More...
 
PHOTOS: Universal Studios Hollywood Fast & Furious Supercharged opening   Read More...
 
The star of the new Warner Bros. family drama/adventure film "Max" sniffs a hand, then lets a visitor stroke his head. He has a dense, short black-and-brown coat.   Read More...
 
In a box-office bout of Tyrannosaurus-sized proportions, "Jurassic World" kept the No. 1 spot with one of the biggest second weeks ever, while Pixar's "Inside Out" nearly matched it with a $91 million debut well above expectations.   Read More...
 
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Javier Fuentes-León's second feature, "El Elefante Desaparecido (The Vanished Elephant)," is being described as a hybrid film noir and, like many Latin American stories with surreal elements, a Borgesian labyrinth.   Read More...
 
The world has gotten so absurd that it's nearly impossible to make things up that are funnier.   Read More...
 
An 11-year-old girl's mind may not sound like the most hospitable place to spend an hour and a half. It isn't always in Pixar's latest animated masterpiece "Inside Out," but, boy, do you ever want to be there.   Read More...
 
Several recent American indies appear to be trying to capitalize on the raunchy comedy trend that's made big bucks for major studios throughout the last decade.   Read More...
 
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The Criterion Collection's newly restored "The Fisher King," Terry Gilliam's 1991 film, is a reminder of just how funny and heartbreaking the late Robin Williams could be.   Read More...
 
Personal films about growing up in a dysfunctional family don't get much nicer than "Infinitely Polar Bear."   Read More...
 
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Audacious long takes seem to be all the rave at Los Angeles Film Festival. “Too Late,” the jaw-dropping L.   Read More...
 
Regal Cinemas L.A. LIVE Stadium 14 will take part of Regal Entertainment Group's Summer Movie Express as it returns for its 24th year. The launch of this summer's program brings family movies for only a dollar and begins this Tuesday, June 23 until August 19.   Read More...
 
“Jimmy’s Hall” plays a bit like director Ken Loach’s Greatest Hits. The venerable British social realist takes some traumatic Irish history from his award-winning “The Wind That Shakes the Barley,” a (mercifully quick) dash of the Marxist intellectualizing   Read More...
 
When Nicole Kidman was a young actress, Jane Campion offered her a role in one of her early films. Kidman declined the part because it required her to wear a shower cap and kiss a girl, and she dreamed of being the kind of actress who had long, flowing hair and kissed boys.   Read More...
 
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Both "Frank and Cindy" and "Weepah Way for Now" are fiction features, but each one obviously draws comedic and realistic details from the fringes of L.A.'s entertainment business. That naturally makes them consistently hilarious, and sometimes kind of scary.   Read More...
 
Los Angeles Film Festival's 2015 award winners were announced Wednesday afternoon at L.A. Live, shining light on the vast range of filmmakers who bring thought-provoking stories to life including first-time director Takeshi Fukunaga.   Read More...
 
Benson Lee's semi-autobiographical "Seoul Searching" is an '80s teen comedy about misfit Korean kids from around the world   Read More...
 
 
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