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Angelina Jolie brings game character to lif
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In “Approaching the Unknown,” an American astronaut prepares for a mission to Mars.
That’s quite the Google search.
Separation. Manipulation. Murder. Anger. Vengeance. And that’s just during the first 10 minutes.
In “Cell,” when a mysterious cell phone signal causes apocalyptic chaos, an artist is determined to reunite with his young son in New England.
In “Jason Bourne,” Jason Bourne, now remembering who he truly is, tries to uncover hidden truths about his past.
In “The Infiltrator,” a U.S. Customs official uncovers a money laundering scheme involving Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar.
“The Girl on the Train” tells the story of Rachel Watson’s life post-divorce.
“Deepwater Horizon” is a story set on the offshore drilling rig Deepwater Horizon, which exploded during April 2010 and created the worst oil spill in U.S. history.
It’s good to learn how to bargain at an early age.
The latest “Captain America” entry prefers internal conflict over global catastrophe
In “The Neon Demon,” when aspiring model Jesse moves to Los Angeles, her youth and vitality are devoured by a group of beauty-obsessed women who will take any means necessary to get what she has.
‘Captain America’ a good old-fashion superhero flick
In “The Shallows,” when Nancy is attacked by a great white shark while surfing alone, she is stranded just a short distance from shore.
This doesn’t seem well-thought out.
That’s not really a trick, you know.
In “Friend Request,” when a college student unfriends a mysterious girl online, she finds herself fighting a demonic presence that wants to make her lonely by killing her closest friends.
In “The Adderall Diaries,” writer and Adderall enthusiast Stephen Elliott reaches a low point when his estranged father resurfaces, claiming that Stephen has fabricated much of the dark childhood that that fuels his writing.
In “The Trust,” a pair of cops investigating a drug invasion stumble upon a mysterious bank vault.
These are the kind of friends I want to have.