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'Paper Towns' hits all the right John Hughes-inspired notes

By: By Katie Walsh Tribune News Service -

Starring Nat Wolff, Cara Delevinge, Austin Abrams; directed by Jake Schreier; 109 minutes; PG-13 for some language, drinking, sexuality and partial nudity - all involving teens.

There's something...

'Vatican Tapes' is a sorry shadow of 'The Exorcist'

By: By Katie Walsh Tribune News Service -

"THE VATICAN TAPES"

Starring Michael Pena, Kathleen Robertson, Djimon Hounsou, Olivia Dudley; directed by Mark Neveldine; 88 minutes; PG-13 for disturbing violent content, and some sexual references;...

A pugilist parable of transformation in 'Southpaw'

By: By Jake Coyle The Associated Press -

If you've ever wondered what might have happened to Job if he had a strong left hook, "Southpaw" may be the film for you.

The rapid descent of light heavyweight champ Billy Hope (Jake Gyllenhaal) in Antoine...

McKellen plays 'Mr. Holmes' like you've never seen him

By: By Colin Covert Star Tribune (Minneapolis) -

Starring Ian McKellen, Laura Linney, Milo Parker, Hattie Morahan; directed by Bill Condon; 104 minutes; PG for thematic elements, some disturbing images and incidental smoking; B

With Robert Downey Jr....

Schumer, Hader shine in bawdy 'Trainwreck'

By: By Lindsey bahr The Associated Press -

Women can be jerks, too. Everyone knows that. And yet in the movies, the female schmuck is generally relegated to a side character. She's a friend. She's a villain. She's never the heroine.

In the outdated...

'Ant-Man' has a little hero and a lot to like

By: By Michael Phillips Chicago Tribune -

Starring Paul Rudd, Corey Stoll, Judy Greer, Bobby Cannavale, Evangeline Lilly, Michael Douglas, Michael Pena; directed by Peyton Reed; 117 minutes; PG-13 for sci-fi action violence; B

"Ant-Man" has...

Winehouse documentary a gripping tale, told with force and grace

By: By Michael Phillips Chicago Tribune -

Starring Amy Winehouse; directed by Asif Kapadia; 128 minutes; R for language and drug material

The saddest moment in Asif Kapadia's documentary "Amy," and there are many, occurs relatively late in the...

Same old found-footage horror, with a few twists in 'The Gallows'

By: By michael Phillips Chicago Tribune -

At the end of the last century, "The Blair Witch Project" popularized the notion of idiots in horror movies filming every second of their own imminent demise. A deliberately unpolished subgenre was born:...