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'Entourage' review: Tolerable reunion

There's no successful formula for the extraction of a stand-alone movie from the mines of a recently departed TV series. If there were, that second "Sex and the City" film and last year's Kickstarter-funded "Veronica Mars" wouldn't have turned out galling and forgettable, respectively.

  • 'San Andreas' review: Demolition derby

    'San Andreas' review: Demolition derby

    The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars. The fault is the star of "San Andreas," a fairly entertaining weapon of mass destruction reminding us that life's blessings come to those who receive preferential billing.

  • 'Sunshine Superman' review: Capturing the manic enthusiasm of BASE jumping

    'Sunshine Superman' review: Capturing the manic enthusiasm of BASE jumping

    An eerie pall hangs over "Sunshine Superman," a documentary history of BASE jumping, the practice of skydiving off buildings, antennas, spans (bridges) and earth (cliffs).

  • 'Yves Saint Laurent' review: Haute drama

    'Yves Saint Laurent' review: Haute drama

    Even in a contemporary film culture where no idea seems too thin to try twice, the arrival of two Yves Saint Laurent biopics in the space of five months counts as a distinct curiosity: The enduring influence of the French fashion god, who died in 2008, is beyond question, but his life doesn't seem...

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