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Review: 'Code of Silence'

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With 27 stuntmen and Chuck Norris in the credits, Code of Silence is a predictability cacophonous cops-and-crooks yarn [by Michael Butler and Dennis Shryack] that is actually quite good for the type.

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Review: 'Cocoon'

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A fountain of youth fable [from a novel by David Saperstein] which imaginatively melds galaxy fantasy with the lives of aging mortals in a Florida retirement home, Cocoon weaves a mesmerizing tale.

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Review: 'Clue'

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Clue is campy, high-styled escapism. In a short 87 minutes that just zip by, the well-known board game's one-dimensional card figures like Professor Plum and others become multi-dimensional…

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Review: 'City Limits'

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Elements of City Limits fit it into the category of the post-holocaust pic, but the historical disaster is a plague which has wiped out an older generation. The young survive in a condition of…

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Review: 'Cat's Eye'

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The idea for this three-parter was hatched during Dino De Laurentiis' production of King's Firestarter, which also starred little Drew Barrymore. Asked to do another script for Barrymore, King…

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  1. 1

    Lucy

    Daily Gross:$3.7M

    Cume to07.30.14: $58.1M

    Lucy

    1
    Daily:$3.7M Cumulative:$58.1M Universal Pictures -31.20%
  2. 2

    Hercules

    Daily Gross:$2.6M

    Cume to07.30.14: $39.5M

    Hercules

    2
    Daily:$2.6M Cumulative:$39.5M Paramount Pictures -30.84%
  3. 3

    Dawn of The Planet of The Apes

    Daily Gross:$1.8M

    Cume to07.30.14: $179.0M

    Dawn of The Planet of The Apes

    3
    Daily:$1.8M Cumulative:$179.0M Fox -26.35%

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Review: 'Burke & Wills'

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Big in scope, and emotionally stimulating, this Australian pic about the doomed 1860 expedition of explorers Burke and Wills to cross the continent and back, is satisfying entertainment despite its…

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Review: 'Brewster's Millions'

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It's hard to believe a comedy starring Richard Pryor and John Candy is no funnier than this one is, but director Walter Hill has overwhelmed the intricate genius of each with constant background…

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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)…