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Movie Review: Tomorrowland

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Jane Boursaw reviews "Tomorrowland," but does the Disney movie starring George Clooney and Britt Robertson live up to its hype?

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Movie Review: Foreign Language Oscar Winner ‘Ida’

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Melanie Votaw reviews the 2015 foreign language Oscar winner from Poland, "Ida," directed by Pawel Pawlikowski, about a novice nun in the 60's.

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‘The True Cost’ Doc – A Scathing Expose of Fashion Industry’s Human Rights and Environmental Abuses

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Melanie Votaw writes about the scathing documentary "The True Cost," which shows the human rights and environmental toll of the fashion industry.

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Movie Review: Mad Max: Fury Road

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Jane reviews "Mad Max: Fury Road," but how does the apocalyptic thriller stack up to the original franchise?

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Movie Review: Pitch Perfect 2

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Jane reviews "Pitch Perfect 2," but how does the sequel fare? Is it aca-fantastic?

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Alain Chabat, Jon Heder Highlight Quentin Dupieux’s French Film ‘Reality’

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Lisa de Vincent reviews the French film "Reality," calling the Quentin Dupieux film starring Alain Chabat anything but ordinary.

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Movie Review: Avengers: Age of Ultron

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Jane reviews Avengers: Age of Ultron, the latest installment of Marvel's superhero franchise.

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Tribeca Film Festival: 3 Documentaries Explore Comedy, Big Pharma & Politics in Zimbabwe

Jimmy Fallon in "Misery Loves Comedy"

Melanie Votaw writes about 3 documentaries in the Tribeca Film Festival - "Misery Loves Comedy," "Democrats," and "Prescription Thugs"

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Tribeca Film Festival: 7 Narrative Films From the Tragic to the Ridiculous

Olivia Wilde in "Meadowland"

Melanie Votaw writes about seven narrative films in the 2015 Tribeca Film Festival that range from outrageous comedies to horrific tragedies.

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3 Tribeca Fest Films Take on the Topic of Terrorism

Maulana Aziz Ghazi, right, quizzes one of his newest students in "Among the Believers"

3 Tribeca Fest films tackle the complex subject of terrorism: "Among the Believers, "(T)Error," and "Rita Mahtoubian is Not a Terrorist"

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Tribeca Film Festival Documentaries Celebrate Female African American Trailblazers Misty Copeland, Constance Baker Motley

A still of Misty Copeland from "A Ballerina's Tale" in American Ballet Theatre's 2012 production of "La Bayadere"

Tribeca Film Fest documentaries celebrate two African American women trailblazers, Misty Copeland and Constance Baker Motley.

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3 Tribeca Fest Films Focus on Theme of Suicide: ‘Bridgend,’ ‘Better to Live,’ ‘Man Under’

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3 Tribeca Fest Films focus on suicide - "Bridgend, "Man Under," and "Better To Live."

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