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Review: ‘Swerve’

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Staple pulp crime ingredients -- a girl, a gun, a stranger, a crooked cop and a suitcase full of hot cash -- are neatly moved around a dusty outback town in the juicy Aussie thriller "Swerve."

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Review: ‘My Australia’

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In the mid-1960s, two young Polish brothers involved in an anti-Semitic crime receive a rude awakening when they learn they are actually Jewish and their mother is moving them to Israel.

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FX renews trio of shows

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Feeling confident about its burgeoning comedy slate, FX has given season renewals to "Louie," "Wilfred" and "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia."

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Francesco Quinn dies at 48

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Actor Francesco Quinn, the son of late Oscar-winning actor Anthony Quinn, died Friday, Aug. 5, while jogging with his young son in Malibu. He was 48.

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Review: ‘Hairspray’

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It took a three-day Hollywood Bowl concert engagement to arrange it, but L.A. finally got a load of the Tony-winning performances of Marissa Jaret Winokur and Harvey Fierstein in "Hairspray."

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Domestic Box Office

Rank Movie Title Cume B.O.
1

Jurassic World

Distributor: Universal

Weeks: 3

B.O.: $68.5M

$514.4M
2

Inside Out

Distributor: Disney

Weeks: 2

B.O.: $68.0M

$200.8M
3

Ted 2

Distributor: Universal

Weeks: 1

B.O.: $41.0M

$41.0M
4

Max

Distributor: Warner Bros.

Weeks: 1

B.O.: $15.6M

$15.6M
5

Spy

Distributor: 20th Century Fox

Weeks: 4

B.O.: $9.9M

$90.5M
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