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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
  • Reel Critics: 'Spy' brings on genuine laughs

    Melissa McCarthy made her big comedy splash in the hilarious "Bridesmaids" directed by Paul Feig. Her subsequent films like "Tammy" often failed to meet the potential shown in that first hit. But now in "Spy" she is reunited with Feig, who wrote the R-...

    Director Paul Feig shows women can carry comedies

    Director Paul Feig shows women can carry comedies
    I don't know about you, but normally a movie that trades heavily on jokes pegged to hemorrhoid wipes, stool softeners and anti-fungal cream doesn't prompt me to leave the theater thinking I've seen something that significantly advances the cause of...

    Book report: Literary-ish things you might have missed this week, May 30-June 5

    Book report: Literary-ish things you might have missed this week, May 30-June 5
    • E.L. James to publish new "50 Shades" book on June 18 In a short while, we'll know exactly what was going through kinky Christian's mind as he was showing Anastasia Steele the ropes (no pun intended) of his BDSM lifestyle. E.L. James, the...

    Box office: 'Spy' tops weekend with $30-million opening

    Female moviegoers flexed their box-office might again this weekend, helping Melissa McCarthy's comedy "Spy" take the No. 1 spot with an estimated $30 million in the U.S. and Canada. The espionage film, released by 20th Century Fox, follows Susan...