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Review: 'Lust in the Dust'

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Lust In The Dust is a saucy, irreverent, quite funny send-up of the Western. Film takes some of the old-time conventions - the silent stranger, the saloon singer with a past, the motley crew of…

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Review: 'Love Streams'

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John Cassavetes' Love Streams shapes up as one of the filmmaker's best, both artistically and commercially, in some time, emotionally potent, technically assured and often brilliantly insightful.

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Review: 'Lassiter'

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Set in London in 1934, Lassiter is part caper picture, part intrigue story. Nick Lassiter (Tom Selleck) is an elegant jewel thief who is blackmailed by a coalition of the FBI and English police to…

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Review: 'La Femme Publique'

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La Femme Publique is just a pulp metaphysical turn by an unusually clever technician, though lovers of the sensational may turn on to it as a potential cult item.

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Review: 'Johnny Dangerously'

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Opening with a zip, young Byron Thames gets this 1930s gangster sendup off solidly as the good-hearted, honest lad forced to take up crime to pay for the operations on his multi-ailing mum (Maureen…

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  1. 1

    Dawn of The Planet of The Apes

    Daily Gross:$3.9M

    Cume to07.23.14: $152.4M

    Dawn of The Planet of The Apes

    1
    Daily:$3.9M Cumulative:$152.4M Fox -23.45%
  2. 2

    The Purge: Anarchy

    Daily Gross:$2.6M

    Cume to07.23.14: $39.3M

    The Purge: Anarchy

    2
    Daily:$2.6M Cumulative:$39.3M Universal Pictures -27.93%
  3. 3

    Planes: Fire and Rescue

    Daily Gross:$2.1M

    Cume to07.23.14: $23.8M

    Planes: Fire and Rescue

    3
    Daily:$2.1M Cumulative:$23.8M Disney -8.99%

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Review: 'Irreconcilable Differences'

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Irreconcilable Differences begins strongly as a human comedy about a nine-year-old who decides to take legal action to divorce her parents. Unfortunately, this premise is soon jettisoned for a rather…

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Review: 'Impulse'

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Impulse is an ugly little picture that would play better as a comedy if it wasn't so mean-spirited. Picture preys on the premise that when people are allowed to act according to their impulses, they…

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Review: 'Huang Tudi'

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Yellow Earth is the most impressive film from mainland China unveiled so far in the West. Its simple story is told with considerable depth of feeling, allied to classical direction and impeccably…

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Review: 'Harry & Son'

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Fuzzily conceived and indecisively executed, Harry & Son represents a deeply disappointing return to the director's chair for Paul Newman. Cowritten and coproduced by the star as well, pic [suggested…