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1. The Divergent Series: Insurgent $52.3M

The Divergent Series: Insurgent

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2. Cinderella (2015) $35.0M

Cinderella (2015)

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3. Run All Night $5.0M

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4. The Gunman $5.0M

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5. Kingsman: The Secret Service $4.6M

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6. Do You Believe? $3.6M

Do You Believe?

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7. The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel $3.5M

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8. Focus $3.2M

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9. Chappie $2.7M

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10. The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water $2.4M

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Get Hard


Offensive. Racist, and more than a little homophobic. But also frequently funny, until it gets really silly trying to follow a plot.
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Posted on 27 March 2015 @ 7:00 am

While We’re Young


While We’re Young is one of Noah Baumbach’s more accessible films, with solid performances all around.
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Posted on 27 March 2015 @ 7:00 am

The Divergent Series: Insurgent


The second chapter of the Divergent series is moderately engaging, but it’s clear the impact of the franchise is inevitably deteriorating.
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Posted on 20 March 2015 @ 7:00 am

Spring


Spring might not have a fulfilling destination once its central mystery has been resolved. But it hides a few small joys for monster-movie fanatics looking for a throwback thrill.
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Posted on 20 March 2015 @ 7:00 am

The Cobbler


The Cobbler engages in an uneven toned story that goes all over the place, while engaging in some questionable humor. If it wasn’t for this massive misstep, it could have been a great movie.
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Posted on 13 March 2015 @ 7:00 am

Run All Night


A pleasant surprise in the dead of the cinematic off season, Run All Night sprints across the screen, and save for one glaring misstep, entertains from start to finish.

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Posted on 13 March 2015 @ 7:00 am

Cinderella


Kenneth Branagh’s Cinderella is a gorgeous re-imagining, bringing to life the specific beauty and charm of the fairy tale. But it’s also rather hollow, doing very little to add its own spin.
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Posted on 13 March 2015 @ 7:00 am


NPR - United States

In ‘While We’re Young,’ The Border Between Ridicule And Sympathy Is Thin

Noah Baumbach’s new comedy is about a couple in their 40s who befriend 20-something hipsters and go wild. It gets off to a fun start, but two-thirds of the way through takes a surprising turn.

Posted on 27 March 2015 @ 5:09 pm

A Photographer’s Eye For Tragedy And Hope In ‘Salt Of The Earth’

Celebrated director Wim Wenders tells the story of photographer Sebastio Salgado, whose essays on human tragedy have attracted both praise and criticism.

Posted on 27 March 2015 @ 3:50 pm

Will Ferrell And Kevin Hart Team Up To ‘Get Hard’

The comedy about a one-percenter who believes he can only prepare for prison with the help of a black friend is utterly disposable, but more interesting than it could have been.

Posted on 26 March 2015 @ 9:18 pm

Class Warfare Over Dinner In ‘The Riot Club’

Danish director Lone Scherfig helms this story of posh young men descending to the depths of their worst selves.

Posted on 26 March 2015 @ 9:03 pm

Married Without Children, But With Overgrown Adolescents

While We’re Young, director Noah Baumbach’s best film since 2005’s The Squid And The Whale, is equally skeptical of some of the flaws it finds in both youth and middle age.

Posted on 26 March 2015 @ 9:03 pm

‘Seymour': A Loving Portrait Of An Acclaimed Classical Pianist

Seymour: An Introduction is an inspiring new documentary by the actor Ethan Hawke. It’s about Seymour Bernstein, who quit a successful concert career at the age of 50 to become a piano teacher.

Posted on 20 March 2015 @ 6:01 pm

‘Jauja': A Land Of Plenty, But Hard To Find

Director Lisandro Alonso’s Jauja is a beautiful film, says Tomas Hachard, that begins as a simple Western and expands beyond its apparent limitations.

Posted on 19 March 2015 @ 9:03 pm




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