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ALone Ranger in the box office

Walt Disney's latest adventure movie “The Lone Ranger” is a remake of a classic American Wild West legend. The 2 1/2-hour-long movie was just that — too long. Filmed in Utah and Colorado, the film presents great visuals and an authentic atmosphere of a classic Western. The beautiful sceneries were matched by appropriate costume designs, making a winning best-selling look for the movie.
2013/7/19
Where romance meets reality

Those who watched Richard Linklater's “Before Sunrise” (1995) and “Before Sunset” (2004) would not want to miss “Before Midnight” to complete the trilogy of romance. However, the charm of romance has transformed to overwhelming reality in the third installment.
2013/7/19
 - Drama
Monstrous 'Pacific Rim'

Director Guillermo del Toro's “Pacific Rim” is an all-out assault on the senses, a loud (and I mean loud), brawling, bashing action film where robots and monsters smash each other to bits while the fate of humanity hangs in the balance. And from the moment it begins, it is clear who the stars are. Move aside pathetic humans, the monsters and robots are the A-listers here.
2013/7/12
Undeniably entertaining 'Heat'

“Beverly Hills Cop.” “Lethal Weapon.” “48 Hours.” “Tango & Cash.” The buddy cop movie is a reliable mainstay of our popular culture. And the cops are pretty much always guys.
2013/7/12
Not despicable at all

Too often, sequels to popular movies are built up with fanfare only to disappoint. Just a few months back, I left the theater shaking my head after watching “Taken 2” and “Hangover 3,” so “Despicable Me 2” did not seem too promising. OK, so maybe I was still kind of excited to watch it (after all, I'm a sucker for Pixar films). But did I really think that Gru and his three girls could bring the same sparkly appeal that they had upon their first appearance in 2010? Not really. Turns out, I was both right and wrong.
2013/7/5
Down for White House

Channing Tatum and Jamie Foxx form the ultimate dynamic duo in “White House Down,” a recent release that revolves around the president of the United States and a policeman racing around the White House and fighting off the bad guys.
2013/7/5
'Monsters University' joins Pixar's Ivy League

Our favorite pair of inseparable best friends are at it again, but this time, instead of being at Monsters Inc. headquarters, they're scaring up a storm as college students at Monsters University.
2013/6/28
Get yourself some 'intern'tainment

You can't help rooting for them. After being laid off from their jobs as salesmen, good friends Billy (Vince Vaughan) and Nick (Owen Wilson) apply and are miraculously accepted as interns at Google. Full of enthusiasm and positive energy but pretty much technically incompetent, they find themselves struggling to compete with the best and brightest young minds for permanent positions at the renowned corporation.
2013/6/28
Thumbs down to World War Z

Brad Pitt has indeed changed quite a bit. I still remember his square jaw line and stylish buzz cut in the 2005 spy film Mr. & Mrs. Smith. Eight years later, I'm slightly disappointed to see him in World War Z with a much more wrinkled face and stringy, shoulder-length hair. But that wasn't the only disappointment in the movie.
2013/6/21
Kanye West's new album “Yeezus” leaked online Friday, four days before its official release, but the U.S. rapper appeared unconcerned as the Internet went crazy over his latest record.
2013/6/16
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