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Melissa McCarthy Leads an All-Star Cast to Its Doom in 'Tammy'

Don't be fooled by the pretty faces: Tammy is as bad as they come, a major flop that fails to show Melissa McCarthy and her cast's true talents.

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'Blended': Sandler's Still Searching for His Sweet Spot

Reuniting Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore can't spark the magic long lost from the former comedian's flailing career.

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'Grudge Match' Proves It Ain't Over for De Niro or Stallone

Three decades later, Sylvester Stallone and Robert De Niro are still the stars they were at 35, and it's their efforts that carry Grudge Match over the top.

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How Did 'Frozen' Become so Popular?

Now the highest grossing animated film in history, there's no denying a certain appeal to Disney's Frozen. That doesn't make it a quality film, though.

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It's the Same Ol' Jack Ryan, and I Guess That's OK

This new box set of all four Jack Ryan films features proves it's hard to resist everyone's favorite CIA analyst turned field agent.

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'Springsteen and I' Really Is About the Fans More than the Man Himself

The heart is in the right place even if the head isn't for Springsteen and I, a "fan-made" homage to the Boss for... who, exactly?

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No Love Lost for 'Lovelace'

Amanda Seyfriend conveys Linda’s blunt, emotional thought process without judgement and is excellent at acting badly. That’s no jab. Acting like a bad actor is no easy feat

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Hidden Gems from the First Half of 2013

Before we get all caught up in the onslaught of fall films, we should take a few moments to do what the Academy (usually) doesn't: remember the first nine months of the year.

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What's Left is the Pain in 'The Hangover: Part III'

Switching genres isn't the cure for the third Hangover, an action film thinking it's a comedy while missing on both fronts.

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If the Music in 'Nashville' Takes You, Go With It

From Rayna’s classic hits and her new country-rock hybrid sound to Deacon’s crooning love songs and Juliette’s addictive pop crowd-pleasers, there’s something for everyone in Nashville.

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'Mud' Makes Matthew McConaughey Look Better than Ever

Flashing yet another varied version of himself, Matthew McConaughey doesn't steal the show in Mud -- he supports it.

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The Magic Is Lost in 'The Incredible Burt Wonderstone'

Don't let the comedic cast fool you -- there's nothing funny about The Incredible Burt Wonderstone.

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The 'Mad Max Blu-ray Trilogy' Makes Us Remember the Best of Mad Mel

The aughts are in desperate need of a new action hero. In his upcoming film, Mad Max: Fury Road, here's how director George Miller can make Tom Hardy be the new Mel Gibson (you know, in a good way).


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