This Week, Part 1 (Jul. 17-19, 2015)

Our critics have been hard at work reviewing the latest films. Here is a look at what’s coming out this weekend (in select cities, check your local listings) and what else may be in theaters right now.

Opening: July 17-19, 2015

Wide (United States)

Ant-Man

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Trainwreck

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Limited (United States)

Mr. Holmes

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The Stanford Prison Experiment

Donald Jay Levit @ ReelTalk Movie Reviews

2015 Films In Theaters Now In Select Areas

Advantageous

Daniel Lackey @ The Nightmare Gallery

Alleluia

Mike McGranaghan @ The Aisle Seat

  • Excerpt: Legitimately shocking in the way it mixes sex and violence, the film leaves you feeling unsettled and on edge.

Amy

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Big Game

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Boulevard

Laura Clifford @ Reeling Reviews

  • Excerpt: Here it is, the late Robin Williams’ last onscreen appearance to be released, and it is difficult to ignore the face of a man who appears to just want to end it all…This is the type of Indie film that mistakes relentless misery for high art.

Boychoir

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Burying the Ex

Frank Swietek @ One Guys Opinion

  • Excerpt: For Dante’s reputation, it would be best that the movie should itself be buried without an identifying headstone.

Cartel Land

Frank Swietek @ One Guys Opinion

  • Excerpt: Vigilantism on both sides of the Mexican-U.S. line is the subject of Mathhew Heineman’s powerful but curiously diffuse documentary.

Clouds of Sils Maria

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Creep

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Danny Collins

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Far from the Madding Crowd

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The Gallows

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Hot Pursuit

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Inside Out

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Jimmy’s Hall

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Lila & Eve

Candice Frederick @ Reel Talk Online

Love & Mercy

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Magic Mike XXL

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The Midnight Swim

Daniel Lackey @ The Nightmare Gallery

Minions

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The Overnight

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Self/less

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Slow West

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Strangerland

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Tangerine

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Ted 2

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Terminator Genisys

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Time Out of Mind

Susan Granger @ www.susangranger.com

  • Excerpt: While this is the kind of role actors yearn for – I suspect audiences will yawn. Tedious and freewheeling, it’s an underwhelming movie-going experience.

What Happened, Miss Simone

Cole Smithey @ ColeSmithey.com

  • Excerpt: [VIDEO ESSAY] Nina Simone’s definition of freedom rings with the same truth as is found in her music. “What is freedom? No fear.”

The Wolfpack

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2015 Films (Coming Soon)

Ardor

Carson Lund @ Slant Magazine

  • Excerpt: At the heart of Ardor is the kind of old-fashioned mercenaries-versus-landowners scenario that Allan Dwan or Jacques Tourneur would have made efficient work of back in the studio era—tales best told as terse western potboilers that reach the finish line short of 90 minutes. Pablo Fendrik’s film, meanwhile, broods along as if it’s expressing something monumentally important with each slow-as-molasses camera move.

Barkhaa

Kathy Gibson @ Access Bollywood

The Reaping

Paulo Peralta @ CinEuphoria [Portuguese]

Tig

Dustin Jansick @ Way Too Indie

  • Excerpt: Unnecessary drama and emotional manipulation take away from Tig Notaro’s inherently powerful life story.

Two 4 One

Pat Mullen @ Cinemablographer

  • Excerpt: Trans-Canadian rom-com is one of the year’s best surprises!

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