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Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jul 14, 2016

Equals
So here's the thing: Early Internet buzz kept calling this sci-fi parable a sterile, sexless drag in which everyone looks the same and wears the same clothes. Wrong. Actually, Equals is very sexy, mostly because there isn't much of it and yet you feel two people so longing to have...

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jul 13, 2016

The Infiltrator
One of the great things to come out of Breaking Bad, besides its standing as one of the best shows in TV history, is the emergence of Bryan Cranston as a screen-filling dramatic actor of the first rank. Cranston was hilarious as the hassled dad on Fox's Malcolm in the...

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jul 13, 2016

Cafe Society
In a summer of VFX crowdpleasers, it's a kick to find Woody Allen out there working with flesh-and-blood actors who deal with emotions that aren't computer generated. Café Society isn't peak Allen, in the manner of such recent high points as Midnight in Paris (2011) and Blue Jasmine (2013), but...

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jul 12, 2016

Ghostbusters
No big whup and no big fat flop either, the female reboot of Ghostbusters settles for being a fine, fun time at the movies. And yet Internet trolls have been talking shit about Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, Kate McKinnon and Leslie Jones since their casting was announced. As one neghead...

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jul 08, 2016

Zero Days
The intelligence community called it 'Operation Olympic Games.' Antivirus experts called it Stuxnet, an amalgamation of several keywords found in its code. The Iranian government called it a blatant act of sabotage. A piece of malware software with an unusual precision and an insanely dangerous payload, this worm had been...

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jul 08, 2016

Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates
Forget what Mike and Dave need. If you need a blast of mad-raunchy summer fun then this baby comes damn close to filling the bill. Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates has the jumpy exuberance of a puppy that won't stop humping your leg. It's a bummer that the jokes...

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jul 08, 2016

Our Little Sister
Sachi (Haruka Ayase) is a nurse at a hospital just outside of Tokyo; Yoshino (Masami Magasawa) is a bank clerk; Chika (fashion model Kaho), just out of high school, works at a Foot Locker-ish shoe store. All three sisters have been on their own since Dad got hitched to another...

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jul 06, 2016

The Secret Life of Pets
'Another Sucker Found' — that was the sign on the take-home box that held the first pet I ever adopted, a kitty named Fitzie. The same principle applies to all of you who see The Secret Life of Pets, an animated fluffball that does everything to drive you crazy and...

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jul 06, 2016

Captain Fantastic
Viggo Mortensen is at the top of his game in this family dramedy, shot through with humor and heart. Written and directed with scrappy grace by Matt Ross (an actor best known for playing vengeful CEO Gavin Belson of HBO's Silicon Valley), Captain Fantastic takes turns you don't see coming. Mortensen...

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jun 29, 2016

The Purge: Election Year
Let us now praise creepy masks and class warfare! Over the course of two movies, producer Jason Blum's future-shlock horror franchise about a government-sponsored holiday of lawlessness has gone from yuppie siege thriller with an intriguing premise to pulpy-as-fuck social critique; the leap from 2013's original installment to 2014's highly...

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