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Everyone's Favorite Self-Destructive Plastic Surgeons Go Under the Knife One Last Time

The long-overdue finale to FX's Nip/Tuck finally occurs with the sixth season. Anyone whose bothered to stick around this long will probably be satisfied with the results.

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Nip/Tuck

Todd R. Ramlow
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Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer

At the start of Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer, the now incorporated superheroes are negotiating endorsement contracts.

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Monkey Business (Part 2: June)

Apparently, as the sun's strongest rays finally settle over the movie going public, sequels are the remedy to cool down an overheated demographic. This month alone holds five examples of such redux refreshment. The rest of the choices are a variety pack of genres, ideas and possibilities.

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Premonition (2007)

Sandra Bullock's new thriller takes a tedious turn by suggesting the woman in trouble is "crazy".

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nip/tuck

Through the various clients' histories and desires, nip/tuck inquires into current arrangements of social power.

Todd R. Ramlow
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Charmed: The Complete Fourth Season

Charmed is a sci fi-fantasy inquiry into female gender roles, pondering women's agency and their twin capacities for kicking ass and playing sex objects.

Leigh H. Edwards
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Fantastic Four (2005)

The superpowers bring trauma, anger, and confusion, and eventually a sense of responsibility, as the crew decides to do good with what they've got.

Cynthia Fuchs
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nip/tuck

The inevitability of death is suggested by the lurking Carver, always a threat to Sean and Christian.

Elaine Hanson Cardenas
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Fantastic Four (2005)

As Marvel comics fans already know, being zapped by a radioactive cloud in outer space alters your DNA according to your sense of self.

Cynthia Fuchs
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Profiler: Season One

Profiler's first season was, for the most part, terrific -- innovative, socially progressive, emotionally complex.

Cynthia Fuchs
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nip/tuck

This combination of crude humor and gross-out imagery is designed to scandalize.

Cynthia Fuchs

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