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Elizabeth Banks

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  • Capsule reviews of feature films

    ALOFT. 2 stars. A bleak and mystical and mystifying story about a mother (Jennifer Connelly), her two boys, a tragedy and a jump-in-time to 20 years later, when one of those sons (Cillian Murphy) is being interviewed by a documentarian (Melanie Laurent). She professes an interest in his work with falcons, but it's his estranged mother, now a famous artist and faith healer, who she really wants to meet. A reunion full of anguish and accusation could be in the offing. 1 hr. 37 R (profanity, sex, adult themes) Steven Rea
  • Movie review: 'Magic Mike XXL' delivers just enough of the goods

    Early on in "Magic Mike XXL," a movie that is exactly what you expect it might be but with less nudity (sorry, thought I'd better get that out of the way), Mike (Channing Tatum) performs an irresistible welding moonwalk. He is now, as he dreamed of...

    Movie review: 'Magic Mike' sequel should have stuck to what it does best

    You can't tease everyone. Unfortunately, the hotly anticipated stripper sequel "Magic Mike XXL" tries to do just that, resulting in a Bud Light version of Steven Soderbergh's original, surprise-hit home brew. By trying to appeal to young women, middle-...

    Common, Oyelowo diversify film academy membership

    After widespread criticism of the film academy's overwhelmingly white slate of Oscar nominees this year, the organization has announced a roster of potential new members that skews younger and more diverse. Kevin Hart, Common, Emma Stone, Dev Patel and...

    'Love & Mercy': A worthy musical biopic ignored

    'Love & Mercy': A worthy musical biopic ignored
    It's in theaters, and only recently in wide release. But up against the monster hits "Jurassic World" and "Inside Out" a modestly scaled winner such as "Love & Mercy" has had a difficult time getting noticed this summer. It's not fair. Director Bill...