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Movie Review: ‘I Am Chris Farley’ Documentary is a Love Fest

Chris Farley

"I Am Chris Farley" is a valentine to the late comedian in documentary form with clips and loving interviews with his family and peers.

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‘Listen to Me Marlon’ Doc Takes Us Into the Heart and Soul of Marlon Brando

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The "Listen to Me Marlon" documentary is a fascinating portrait of the actor in Marlon Brando's own words, taken from hours of personal audio recordings provided to the filmmaker by Brando's estate.

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Movie Review: ‘The Outrageous Sophie Tucker’ Documentary

Sophie Tucker with her long-time pianist and songwriter, Ted Shapiro

"The Outrageous Sophie Tucker" is a documentary love letter to the wonderful star of vaudeville, Sophie Tucker.

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Movie Review: ‘Lucky Stiff’ Musical is Retro Fun

Nikki M. James, Dominic Marsh, and Dennis Farina in "Lucky Stiff"

The musical "Lucky Stiff" brings stage and screen stars together for a delightful, retro farce about death, dogs, money, and love.

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Movie Review: ‘Strangerland’ Starring Nicole Kidman, Joseph Fiennes

Hugo Weaving and Nicole Kidman in "Strangerland"

"Strangerland" starring Nicole Kidman and Joseph Fiennes is a grim film that misses the mark.

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Movie Review: Ant-Man

Marvel's Ant-Man..Scott Lang/Ant-Man (Paul Rudd)..Photo Credit: Zade Rosenthal..? Marvel 2014

Jane Boursaw reviews "Ant-Man," a fun new installment in the Marvel franchise starring Paul Rudd, Michael Douglas and Evangeline Lilly.

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Movie Review: Minions

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Jane Boursaw reviews "Minions," the super cute prequel to "Despicable Me."

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Movie Review: Terminator Genisys


Jane Boursaw reviews "Terminator Genisys," a worthy installment to the franchise which pays homage to the first movie in excellent ways.

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Movie Review: Max

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Jane reviews "Max," a sweet movie centered on a military-trained dog who's traumatized in the line of duty.

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Movie Review: Ted 2

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Jane Boursaw reviews "Ted 2," Seth MacFarlane's touching comedy about friendship, love and social justice (yes, really).

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‘3 1/2 Minutes, 10 Bullets’ Examines Florida’s Stand Your Ground Law

Jordan Davis

Melanie Votaw reviews the documentary, "3 1/2 Minutes, 10 Bullets," about the murder of Jordan Davis in Florida for playing loud music at a gas station.

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Movie Review: Inside Out

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Jane Boursaw reviews "Inside Out," a Pixar movie that explores those little voices in our head.

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