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Someone left a copy of Mary Shelley's novel out in the rain, threw the wet mess into a blender, hit puree and came up with "Victor Frankenstein," the 758th movie retelling of the seminal horror tale.   Read More >>


There is a simple, wordless scene in "The Good Dinosaur" that reminds us what a magical storytelling medium animation is. Unfortunately, it's also a reminder that, "The Good Dinosaur" doesn't have enough of those kinds of moments.   Read More >>

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As great as star Michael B. Jordan and director Ryan Coogler are in 'Creed,' it's Sylvester Stallone who scores the knockout punch, turning in one of the best performances of his career and reminding us of what made Rocky Balboa such an iconic character.   Read More >>
LOS ANGELES -- "Mockingjay -- Part 2," the final "Hunger Games" film, soared to a $101 million opening in its first weekend in theaters, according to Rentrak estimates Sunday.   Read More >>

If you saw the Argentine Oscar-winner, "The Secret in Their Eyes," you've basically seen the new "Secret in Their Eyes."   Read More >>

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Boosted by its stellar cast and playful take on "A Christmas Carol," ''The Night Before" is a coming-of-age stoner-buddy comedy laced with warm holiday cheer.   Read More >>
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BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) — Beautiful, rare and costly things can really get the juices flowing.   Read More >>
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"The Hunger Games" movies have unfolded in a relative blitzkrieg — four movies in four years — and in a fan-fueled fever that has masked some seriously silly political allegory with the thrill of survival games and the awesome star power of Jennifer Lawrence.   Read More >>
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NEW YORK (AP) — The Dixie Chicks are ready to party in the U.S.A. The Grammy-winning group will kick off its "DCX MMXVI World Tour" on June 1 in Cincinnati.   Read More >>
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NEW YORK (AP) — The box-office duo of James Bond and Charlie Brown again dominated North American movie theaters over the weekend, while Angelina Jolie Pitt's "By the Sea" made barely a ripple.   Read More >>


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