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    Gaming nostalgia powers ‘Pixels’

    Sandler movie terrible, yet personally enjoyable

    There is no accounting for taste.

  • Living and loving in ‘Paper Towns’
    Living and loving in ‘Paper Towns’

    Film offers a look at friendship and growing up

    Author John Green is one of the most popular YA writers going right now. His books about the tragedies and triumphs of teenage life have sold millions of copies. Last year saw his “The Fault in Our Stars” adapted into a well-received film starring Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort.

  • Schumer’s ‘Trainwreck’ anything but
    Schumer’s ‘Trainwreck’ anything but

    Romantic comedy is crass and sweet and very funny

    There are few stars in Hollywood right now that are shining as brightly as Amy Schumer’s.

  • Small wonder – ‘Ant-Man’
    Small wonder – ‘Ant-Man’

    Latest Marvel offering fun, funny

    One could make the argument that Marvel Studios is the embodiment of the biggest-is-best attitude that has enveloped Hollywood over the past few years. Their dual devotions to epic world building and epic box office receipts have resulted in a dozen films over the past seven years, all pieces of a whole that Marvel hopes will continue to grow in the years to come.

  • You’ll fall for ‘Tumbledown’
    You’ll fall for ‘Tumbledown’

    Acclaimed indie film has Maine connections

    As we find ourselves crossing the peak of the summer movie season – there are still a few blockbusters to come, but we’re definitely on the downslope in terms of hotly-anticipated mega-releases – we could be forgiven if we’re a little worn out by it all. 2015 has seen numerous iterations of “best ever” and “biggest ever” thrown around, but every movie can’t be best and biggest.

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