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'Self/less' review: Re-animation will cost ya, pal

In the ineffectual new fantasy-thriller "Self/less" the fantastical plot device — a body-switching process costing millions and not covered by any known health plan — is called "shedding." You buy yourself a new, longer life in a younger person's body, and your troubles are over. Or ARE THEY?

  • 'The Strongest Man' review: Weak humor can't save film without a punch line

    'The Strongest Man' review: Weak humor can't save film without a punch line

    Thinly amusing, "The Strongest Man" stretches a short's worth of potentially funny ideas to feature length, where they slowly and surely lead nowhere in particular.

  • 'Terminator Genisys' review: Rooting for the apocalypse

    'Terminator Genisys' review: Rooting for the apocalypse

    Humanity gets a do-over in "Terminator Genisys," the fifth in the franchise begun in 1984 with "The Terminator." But this screwy revision of the previous "Terminator" movies is so muddled and yakky, you may find yourself rooting for the apocalypse. At one point Arnold Schwarzenegger is thrown through...

  • 'Magic Mike XXL' review: The complete package

    'Magic Mike XXL' review: The complete package

    "Magic Mike XXL" comes up a little short compared with the original, director Steven Soderbergh's blithe and bonny Channing Tatum showcase inspired by Tatum's salad days as a male stripper. This time the jokes are heavier, more on-the-nose, though a surprising percentage of them work anyway.

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