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Daily Archives: July 11, 2015
Ryan Reynolds hangs onto his humanity, and humility with “Self/less”
“Man has always quested for some version of immortality, through theology or science.” No, Ryan Reynolds isn’t reading from a prepared statement. Nobody’s given him talking points for his new body-switch thriller, “Self/less,” a film about a dying tycoon (Ben … Continue reading
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Box Office: “Minions” manufacture many millions — $115 opening weekend
The reviews weren’t rapturous, in that We Approve of Pixar way. But Universal’s “Despicable Me” prequel, “Minions,” did $45 million in business Friday, with a notion of hitting that same number Saturday and a big chunk of that 0n Sunday … Continue reading
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