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Yo, 07/18/2014
In truth, even my kids found the movie to be a bit clichèd and predictable. However, it is occasionally funny, it does have some mildly exciting moments, and it does have a good heart. Formulaic though it may be, it's still solid family entertainment. Planes: Fire and Rescue (2014)
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Knowing Our Place On The Train
Jacob Sahms, Editor, 07/13/2014
A parable about class, and "enough," this French graphic novel—translated by a Korean director and delivered by a motley crew of actors—provides an outstanding exploration and an entertaining ride that could lead to heaven... or hell.
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