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Review: 'Bliss'

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Pic opens with the death of Harry Joy (Barry Otto), its central character. He runs an ad agency and leads an apparently happy life with wife and two children. A heart attack fells him during a family…

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Review: 'Back to the Future'

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The central winning elements in the scenario are twofold; hurtling the audience back to 1955, which allows for lots of comparative, pop culture humor, and delivering a 1985 teenager (Michael J. Fox)…

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Review: 'American Ninja'

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Michael Dudikoff is the titular hero, a sullen GI named Joe who arrives at US Army base Fort Sonora with a chip on his shoulder. He quickly alienates everyone except the pretty daughter of the…

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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: 'American Flyers'

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Story of two brothers who untangle their mixed emotions as they compete in a grueling bicycle race, American Flyers is most entertaining when it rolls along unencumbered by big statements…

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Review: 'Always'

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Always is writer-director-producer Henry Jaglom's confessional comedy about his divorce from actress Patrice Townsend. The two star, more or less, as themselves, and are joined by two other couples…

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Review: 'Alamo Bay'

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Alamo Bay is a failed piece of social consciousness. The peripatetic Louis Malle hasn't managed to shed any meaningful light on his current subject, that of the conflict between refugee Vietnamese…

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Review: 'Agnes of God'

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John Pielmeier penned the screenplay from his own 1982 play about a young nun who is found to have given birth and then strangled the baby at an isolated convent. A psychiatrist, played by Jane…

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Review: 'After Hours'

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The cinema of paranoia and persecution reaches an apogee in After Hours, a nightmarish black comedy from Martin Scorsese. Anxiety-ridden picture would have been pretty funny if it didn't play like a…