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Movie review: Want some philosophy with your action? You’ll love “Lucy”

First off, let’s just get this out of the way. No, you do not only use 10 percent of our brains — with the possible exception of when you are watching a Michael Bay movie.
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TV review: “Sharknado 2: The Second One” is unsurprisingly terrible

For whatever reason, last year’s “Sharknado” became a surprising success —...
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The List: Best bad movies ever

Forget “Sharknado 2.” Movies that try to be bad on purpose will never have the...
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Movie review: Polanski looks to stage again in “Venus in Fur”

For his second film in a row, director Roman Polanski has adapted a Tony...
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Movie review: Want some philosophy with your action? You’ll love “Lucy”

First off, let’s just get this out of the way. No, you do not only use 10...
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Movie review: Long-awaited “Garden State” follow-up not quite worth the wait

I’m not ashamed to admit my love for Zach Braff’s 2004 “Garden State” — even...
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Staff Pick: “Life Itself” a moving look at Ebert’s life and death

I’ve been a movie critic for 14 years, and I don’t harbor any delusions about...
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Richard Linklater on "Boyhood": "The luckiest thing I ever did"

Director introduces his 12-years-in-the-making film to a sold-out Wexner Center
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Movie review: Be kind and just rewind “Sex Tape”

R-rated comedies have become so bankable in the past decade that we may...
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The List: Top 10 Macs

With Canadian singer-songwriter Mac DeMarco coming to Skully’s this week,...
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TV review: “You’re the Worst” is horribly great

“You’re the Worst” is the second new comedy FX is premiering Thursday night...
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Movie review: “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes” shows summer can be smarter

Box office prognosticators are wringing their hands over a below-average...
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Staff Pick: “Coherence” manages high tension on a low budget

I’m all for an ambitious independent film, but I really love when a concept is...
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