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Fifty Shades of Grey could be worse

Fifty Shades of Grey could be worse

The public has been whipped into a frenzy with the release of Fifty Shades of Grey, the movie version of the 2012 New York Times No. 1 Best Seller. It has completely dominated the box office on its opening weekend, but many people are thrashing it on the grounds that they believe that it supports domestic violence.

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Kingsman checkmates the spy genre

Kingsman checkmates the spy genre

Kingsman: The Secret Service is a rare film for a few reasons. For one thing, the trailer by no means spoils how truly awesome the finished product is. For another thing, while it's both a parody of and an homage to classic spy films of old, it is most certainly its own awesome, spectacle-filled beast, balancing thrills and laughs while building up to its next outrageous setpiece.

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Boyhood captivates and achieves

Boyhood captivates and achieves

Once in a while, there comes a movie that appears to have been made under the "I think I can" mantra from The Little Engine That Could. What writer-director Richard Linklater thought he could do was to make a film over 12 years, which would be the most accurate cinematic portrayal of a coming-of-age story. He aptly titled his project Boyhood.

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