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Lucy a brainy thriller with a dumb premise: review
Scarlett Johansson plays a helpless victim who soon becomes a single-minded super-genius thanks to a mysterious drug in Lucy.
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Lucy a brainy thriller with a dumb premise: review

Bruce DeMara

Lucy, by French filmmaker Luc Besson, stars Scarlett Johansson as a woman who acquires incredible...

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And So It Goes another pandering boomer rom-com: review

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I struggled with why Noël Coward’s Hay Fever was included in this year’s Festival playbill based around the theme of madness...

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Sex Tape is a dull, tone deaf comedy and not the least bit sexy: review

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The Purge: Anarchy exceeds original in mayhem, plotting: review

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Boyhood is one of the best films of the year: 4-star review

Boyhood is one of the best films of the year: 4-star review

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Local church comes to the aid of roof-rotted resident

On May 5, the Men’s Group of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, located on Baseline Road, donated their time, talents and energy to put a new roof on a house in the south end of the city.

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