Movie Reviews: Here's What to See This Weekend

Movie Reviews: Here's What to See This Weekend

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Ridiculous, funny, violent, and clever, it's a movie destined for cult status.
Joel Edgerton's directorial debut is getting rave reviews, but has some serious problems, too.
When you leave your family for rock 'n' roll stardom can you ever go back?
A talented cast and a few good ideas are buried under the rubble of an all-out disaster.
Jason Segel takes a walk on the dramatic side as the late author of 'Infinite Jest'.
Paul Rudd knows exactly how to strike a balance between clown and hero in Marvel's latest.
Amy Schumer's star will only rise with the release of her new Judd Apatow rom-com.
'Terminator: Genisys' doesn't bring anything new or interesting to the universe, but Arnold does make it palatable.
And it'll still make grown-ups cry.
FYI: There's plenty of both in the Chris Pratt-led dinosaur horror show.
And Jason Statham is the movie's hilarious secret weapon.
The most famous Beach Boy stayed in bed for years before finding love again.
...and Kit Harington from 'Game of Thrones' brings the romance.
George Clooney's new movie is the most expensive-looking commercial of the year.
The Barden Bellas are back to win the Aca-World Championship and Fat Amy is the star.
Jack Black and James Marsden are, well, it's complicated... in the new dark comedy.
There's a dude inside that giant bird, and he's pretty much a genius.
Joss Whedon does it again with huge scale action and the year's most star-powered cast.
The bland sci-fi romance is notable mostly for who's in it.
The film is an Australian Oscar winner, but will American audiences buy in?
War movies and alien movies collide, and not for the first time.
Jonah Hill and James Franco go head to head in the psychological whodunit.
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