Zoe Saldana

Star Trek Beyond is easily the most bone-headed, silly, and action-packed of the rebooted franchise.

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The bottom line is that Guardians of the Galaxy is a fun and exciting summer movie, that has better characters, and a more thoughtful storyline than any blockbuster for at least 5 years.

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Trevan and Trey welcome new contributor Will Findley before talking about Boyhood and Guardians of the Galaxy, two vastly different, but outstanding movies.

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There’s plenty of action, of course, but it’s the heart and humor, delivered consistently throughout Guardians of the Galaxy, that make this tongue-in-cheek space opera the perfect fit for the 21st Century.

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Out of the Furnace is one of those movies that spends so much time building mood and character that by the time the plot really kicks in, you realize it was in the service of nothing terribly special.

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The gang’s all here! Eric returns to talk Star Trek Into Darkness with Trevan and Trey. Is J.J. Abrams’ follow-up a worthy successor and contender for this summer’s box office crown? Or does it aim wide? And did Eric take any pictures of his vacation? The answers to all of these questions and more will be revealed.

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Star Trek Into Darkness outdoes the 2009 reboot in every way.

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‘The Words’ provides stories within stories within stories. After all, why settle on a single plot with one narrator, when three will do? Nothing in this script develops naturally. And that’s the problem.

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“The Losers,” the latest from Sylvain White (director of “Stomp The Yard”) is an excellent example of not judging a movie by its trailer. In 90-second form, “The Losers” looks like a rapid-fire, self-aware action/comedy with a pointed soundtrack and likable ensemble. In reality, “The Losers” is painfully unremarkable, completely by-the-numbers sleeper that’s only remotely [...]

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