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Review: 'Loving Couples'

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Loving Couples opens with a snappy cute meet. Shirley MacLaine is riding a horse and Stephen Collins, driving along in a sports car, stares at her, misses a turn in the road and crashes. She rides…

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Review: 'Loulou'

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With Loulou, director Maurice Pialat deals with a couple formed of a fringe semi-delinquent colossus (Gerard Depardieu), the Loulou of the title, and a frail but headstrong middle-class girl…

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Review: 'Little Miss Marker'

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There is something irresistible about the story of a darling little girl left in the care of colorfully kind gamblers, which explains why this is the fourth attempt to bring Damon Runyon's story to…

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Review: 'Little Darlings'

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Little Darlings makes an honest effort to deal with the sexual stirrings of two teenage girls, but many adults are likely to dismiss the effort as puppy love with appeal to prurient interests.

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Review: 'Le Dernier Metro'

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Francois Truffaut's 19th feature is his richest, most satisfying film in years, adroit dramatic entertainment, gracefully romantic and uplifting. But it is also a fascinating chronicle of Paris life…

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Domestic Film DAILY

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  1. 1

    Dawn of The Planet of The Apes

    Daily Gross:$3.3M

    Cume to07.24.14: $155.7M

    Dawn of The Planet of The Apes

    1
    Daily:$3.3M Cumulative:$155.7M Fox -14.77%
  2. 2

    The Purge: Anarchy

    Daily Gross:$2.1M

    Cume to07.24.14: $41.4M

    The Purge: Anarchy

    2
    Daily:$2.1M Cumulative:$41.4M Universal Pictures -17.98%
  3. 3

    Planes: Fire and Rescue

    Daily Gross:$2.0M

    Cume to07.24.14: $25.8M

    Planes: Fire and Rescue

    3
    Daily:$2.0M Cumulative:$25.8M Disney -5.49%

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Review: 'La Cage Aux Folles II'

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The Abbott and Costello of gaydom are back with new limp-wristed adventures. But the very title gives you an idea of the singular lack of effort that's gone into its packaging. Ironically, though the…

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Review: 'Kagemusha'

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Akira Kurosawa has made this a sweeping epic of the times of clan wars in 16th-century Japan as well as etched particular lives of men involved in the decisions that brought turmoil until a victor…

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Review: 'It's My Turn'

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In her second feature, director Claudia Weill has managed to zero in on both the funny and tragic sides of falling in love while keeping the action moving and the story intact. If there is a tendency…