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July 2016 Reviews

July 1st

Tribune

Movie review: ‘The Purge: Election Year’ is the craziest Purge yet

Movie review: Spielberg, Dahl work well together in ‘The BFG’

This ’Tarzan’ is dull, woefully out of touch

LA Times 

Michel Gondry captures joyous moment of tween time with ‘Microbe & Gasoline’

Comedian takes her politics seriously in documentary ‘Roseanne for President’

July 8th

Tribune 

Stars of ‘Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates’ get sacrificed at the comedy altar

Movie review: ‘Pets’ have a lot of secrets in this enjoyable kids film

‘Captain Fantastic’: Off-the-grid family’s culture shock makes funny, sweet, poignant film

LA Times

‘Fathers and Daughters’ burns out of control

Director Henry Jaglom proves there’s no business like show business with ‘Ovation’

July 15th

Tribune 

Movie review: ‘Ghostbusters’ reboot is a hoot

Bryan Cranston gets bad again in ‘The Infiltrator’

Movie review: ‘Equals’ explores a world where emotions are outlawed

LA Times

Documentary reveals ‘Yarn’ as surprisingly radical art

July 22nd

Tribune 

‘Ice Age: Collision Course’ review: A watered-down franchise appears extinct

Review: Low-budget ‘Lights Out’ delivers high-concept horror

Movie review: ‘Beyond’ is just what you want in a ‘Star Trek’ movie

‘Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie’ lives up to its title

 LA Times

Women let their fists do the talking in amateurish ‘Fight Valley’

The Playlist

Documentary ‘Hooligan Sparrow’ Is A Vital Reminder Of The Importance Of Artistic And Journalistic Freedom [Review]

‘Looking: The Movie’ Provides A Fitting Tribute And Closure To The HBO Series [Review]

July 29th

Tribune 

‘Jason Bourne’: Return of Matt Damon, director revives franchise

Review: Shoddy comedy ‘Bad Moms’ one mother of a mess

Emma Roberts and Dave Franco take on the Internet in the romantic teen cyber thriller ‘Nerve’

LA Times

Sisters face the end of the world in ‘Into the Forest’

Bad decisions lead to female connections in ‘Tallulah’

The Playlist

Barbara Kopple’s Inspiring & Heartfelt ‘Miss Sharon Jones!’ Leaves You Wanting More [Review]

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