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Review: 'Billie'

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Patty Duke stars as Billie, the tomboy who complicates her family life before shedding athletic gear for maiden attire.

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Review: 'Battle of the Bulge'

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Based on the pivotal action which precipitated the end of the Second World War in Europe, but otherwise fictionalized, Battle of the Bulge is a rousing, commercial battlefield action-drama of the…

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Review: 'Baby the Rain Must Fall'

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Chief assets of Pakula-Mulligan's Baby the Rain mus t Fall [from Horton Foote's play The Traveling Lady] are outstanding performances by its stars and an emotional punch that lingers. Steve McQueen…

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Review: 'Akahige'

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Take a season of Doctor Kildare TV skeins, throw in a half-dozen classic Hollywood hospital perennials, but do them all up with great taste and visual, cinematic flair, and you have the Akira…

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    Guardians of the Galaxy

    Daily Gross:$1.7M

    Cume to08.25.14: $253.1M

    Guardians of the Galaxy

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    Daily:$1.7M Cumulative:$253.1M Disney -66.09%
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    Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

    Daily Gross:$1.3M

    Cume to08.25.14: $146.8M

    Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

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    Daily:$1.3M Cumulative:$146.8M Paramount Pictures -73.58%
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    If I Stay

    Daily Gross:$1.3M

    Cume to08.25.14: $16.9M

    If I Stay

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    Daily:$1.3M Cumulative:$16.9M Warner Brothers / New Line -60.81%

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Review: 'A Very Special Favor'

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The beautifully-mounted feature draws its title from Rock Hudson, as American oilman who bests French lawyer Charles Boyer in a Paris court case simply by romancing the femme judge, admitting to…

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Review: 'A Thousand Clowns'

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A Thousand Clowns depicts a happy-go-lucky non-conformist who attains some maturity when a child welfare board threatens to take away his young resident nephew.

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Review: 'A Rage to Live'

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In this banal transfer from tome to film, the characters in John O'Hara's A Rage to Live have retained their two-dimensional unreality in a country-club setting. Nympho heroine goes from man to man…

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Review: 'A Patch of Blue'

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A Patch of Blue is a touching contemporary melodrama, relieved at times by generally effective humor, about a blind white girl, rehabilitated from a dreary home by a Negro. Film has very good…

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Review: 'A High Wind in Jamaica'

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Anthony Quinn's penchant for grizzled characterization gets a colorful boost in this picturization of Richard Hughes' 1929 bestseller, which projects him as a Caribbean pirate. British production is…