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The latest John Green adaptation is too nice for its own good. WARNING: SPOILERS WITHIN!
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The first female-led Judd Apatow comedy is a rowdy delight, but it does lose some of what makes Schumer Schumer.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe keeps getting bigger, but Paul Rudd’s shrinking superhero shows that it’s forgotten how to scale down.
The writer-director’s latest, Irrational Man, is a light comedy with some maddening implications about Allen’s increasingly tiresome work and his blithe attitude about the accusations against him.
Fort Tilden is all the hipster satire you can handle, and maybe more. Watch the trailer for the new movie, exclusively on BuzzFeed.
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There are two new films about body-swapping, but only one that actually makes you think.
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Lifetime’s UnReal is simply the best drama of the summer.
Channing Tatum’s male stripper sequel is all about what it means to give women what they want.
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Being awful is still no substitute for being funny — but Seth MacFarlane’s talking teddy bear sequel does manage some laughs anyway.
The animation giant’s most thrilling movies have been the ones that paid no attention to the rules.
The new movie Eden, like Inside Llewyn Davis and Bunheads, is a piercing look at the other side of chasing your dreams.