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Review: 'South Central'

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As a cautionary tale about the nihilistic life of street gangs, South Central speaks eloquently to black kids desperately in need of straight talk. A profoundly moving story of a father's attempt to…

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Review: 'Sneakers'

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A slick, hip, liberal, hi-tech, all-star buddy spy comic caper pic, Sneakers serves up a breezy good time in the vein of some of toplined Robert Redford's 1970s hits.

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Review: 'Sleepwalkers'

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Stephen King's Sleepwalkers is an idiotic horror potboiler. New approach to the vampire legend is really a variation on TriStar's 1988 flop The Kiss. Brian Krause and mom Alice Krige are incestuous…

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Review: 'Sister Act'

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Blessed with the from-on-high concept of Whoopi Goldberg bringing rock 'n' roll to a nuns' chorus, this infectious little throwaway - originally seen as a vehicle for Bette Midler - has a…

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Review: 'Singles'

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This younger version of The Big Chill is a straightforward story about young adults who live separate and intertwined lives in a Seattle apartment building. They often share their secrets directly…

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Domestic Film DAILY

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  1. 1

    Lucy

    Daily Gross:$5.0M

    Cume to07.28.14: $48.9M

    Lucy

    1
    Daily:$5.0M Cumulative:$48.9M Universal Pictures -57.86%
  2. 2

    Hercules

    Daily Gross:$3.3M

    Cume to07.28.14: $33.1M

    Hercules

    2
    Daily:$3.3M Cumulative:$33.1M Paramount Pictures -60.81%
  3. 3

    Dawn of The Planet of The Apes

    Daily Gross:$2.2M

    Cume to07.28.14: $174.7M

    Dawn of The Planet of The Apes

    3
    Daily:$2.2M Cumulative:$174.7M Fox -58.37%

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Review: 'Single White Female'

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Director Barbet Schroeder has made a calculated attempt to cross an acutely observed character study with a slasher pic. But despite excellent lead performances and numerous memorable scenes, Single…

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Review: 'Simple Men'

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Hal Hartley's Simple Men is a beautifully realized American art film. Tale of two brothers' search for their renegade father, and the major life change one of them experiences, possesses exceptional…

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Review: 'Shining Through'

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An old-fashioned women's picture that could pass for a television movie except for its lavish trappings, this oddly titled melodrama [from Susan Isaac's novel] turns out to be little more than a big…

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Review: 'Shadows and Fog'

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Exquisitely shot in black & white, Woody Allen's Shadows and Fog is a sweet homage to German expressionist filmmaking and a nod to the content of socially responsible tales since narrative film…

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Review: 'Scorchers'

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Writer-director David Beaird's beguiling stage play about a bawdy, rollicking wedding night in the Louisiana bayou makes an uneven transfer to film. Despite some pungent performances, Scorchers is…