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  • Kate McKinnon 'Masterminds' three-step program for strange souls

     Kate McKinnon 'Masterminds' three-step program for strange souls
    Kate McKinnon has the week off from "Saturday Night Live" and just left the dentist. Apparently, it did not go well. Novocaine? "No drugs," she answers. "Just shame. Dental shame." Judging from her fearless Emmy-nominated work on "SNL," you wouldn't...
  • Melissa McCarthy-Rose Byrne chemistry is the secret formula in 'Spy'

     Melissa McCarthy-Rose Byrne chemistry is the secret formula in 'Spy'
    Call it an un-buddy comedy. Or maybe a tale of how enemies become frenemies. Regardless, the new film "Spy" is largely rooted in the unusual chemistry of actresses Melissa McCarthy and Rose Byrne. In the film, McCarthy plays Susan Cooper, a CIA...
  • Travolta makes impression in the passable 'Forger' crime drama

    In attempting to spin out its competing storylines, the crime drama "The Forger" never quite gets a handle on either one. Still, an array of strong performances, including a well-calibrated turn by John Travolta, and compelling emotional moments help...
  • Review: 'The Mafia Kills Only in the Summer'

    Review: 'The Mafia Kills Only in the Summer'
    Popular TV satirist Pierfrancesco Diliberto, known as Pif, does a remarkable job negotiating the delicate balance between humor and heart-rending emotion in his terrific feature debut, "The Mafia Kills Only in the Summer." Highlighting the mob's...
  • 'See You in Valhalla': Skip this cliched family reunion

    'See You in Valhalla': Skip this cliched family reunion
    The ensemble dramedy "See You in Valhalla" could be the death knell for dysfunctional family reunion movies. It's that bad. Blame it largely on Brent Tarnol's clumsy, clichéd script that his director brother, Jarret, does little to improve upon. When...
  • 'Kung Fu Killer' is standard issue but kicks it up with cameos

    'Kung Fu Killer' is standard issue but kicks it up with cameos
    For those Hong Kong martial arts movie buffs who find their attention flagging during the nonfight scenes in the Donnie Yen-starrer "Kung Fu Killer," there's always Name the Cameo. Seemingly every walk-on outside of the leads in director Teddy Chan's...
  • 'Laugh Killer Laugh' pulls off an offbeat crime caper

     'Laugh Killer Laugh' pulls off an offbeat crime caper
    In the exquisitely offbeat crime caper "Laugh Killer Laugh," William Forsythe plays Frank Stone, a ruthless jewel thief known for offing his accomplices. Frank's favorite pastimes include sharpening knives, polishing guns, playing organs (the musical...
  • 'Road to Juarez' gets lost on its journey

     'Road to Juarez' gets lost on its journey
    The "Road to Juárez" spans not only some 2,000 miles but 20 years, as childhood pals Jacob (Walter Perez) and Robbie (Charley Koontz) transform from juvenile delinquents into hustling tinhorns. Robbie's scam-artist uncle, Doug (William Forsythe),...
  • Summer Sneaks 2015: The List

     Summer Sneaks 2015: The List
    The 2015 Summer Movie Preview is a snapshot of the films opening through early September. Release dates and other details, as compiled by Oliver Gettell, are subject to change. May 1 Any Day Having served 12 years in prison for killing a man with...
  • 'Lou!' a flimsy, tedious film version of French comic book, TV show

     'Lou!' a flimsy, tedious film version of French comic book, TV show
    Style trumps substance in "Lou!" the self-consciously quirky feature version of Julien Neel's popular French comic book and animated TV series. For anyone who's not a Francophone tween girl, the film likely will be a tedious, precious exercise in...
  • Russell Crowe's 'Water Diviner' comes up empty and dry

    With "The Water Diviner," Russell Crowe makes his feature directing debut with a big, sweeping period film with battle scenes, family drama, personal redemption, twists of fate and a darling ragamuffin boy for good measure. It's an unsurprisingly...