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'Magic Mike The Musical' Cancels Boston Run
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'Magic Mike The Musical' Cancels Boston Run

Celebrating 25 Years, Keith Lockhart on Headliners for Pops Fourth of July Spectacular

The producers of "Magic Mike The Musical" have cancelled a Boston engagement, saying that they don't feel the musical is ready for production.

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 Review :: Brighttburn

Review :: Brighttburn

By Kevin Taft | May 24
Burn brightly it does not.

 Review :: Diamantino

Review :: Diamantino

By Roger Walker-Dack | May 24
This is a joyous and bizarre tale. It won't play well with everyone, but if you get pulled in by its sheer lunacy, you will so love how it all pans out.

 Review :: Booksmart

Review :: Booksmart

By Robert Nesti | May 24
Is "Booksmart" an instant teen classic?

Cinespia Celebrates Pride with 'Birdcage' Screening on June 8

Cinespia Celebrates Pride with 'Birdcage' Screening on June 8

By Kevin Taft | May 23
Cinespia, LA's favorite summer event series, celebrates Pride with a screening of 'The Birdcage' on June 8.

 Review :: Rocketman

Review :: Rocketman

By Tony Pinizzotto | May 23
Time to blast off with Elton John's cinematic bio-pic now in theaters.

Sciamma's 'Portrait of a Lady on Fire' Sends Cannes Swooning

Sciamma's 'Portrait of a Lady on Fire' Sends Cannes Swooning

By Jake Coyle | May 23
Since her shimmering, shattering period romance "Portrait of a Lady on Fire" premiered to rapturous acclaim at the Cannes Film Festival, its director CĂ©line Sciamma has had some time to consider the passionate response.

 Review :: Aladdin

Review :: Aladdin

By Sam Cohen | May 22
Guy Ritchie's "Aladdin" is a very lukewarm take on a very old tale. Don't go in expecting a new experience and you won't be disappointed.

 Review :: Never Look Away

Review :: Never Look Away

By Frank J. Avella | May 22
An epic yet intimate tale about the transcendent nature of art, spanning several decades and delving into the infrequently-probed world of post-WW2 survival for Germany's ordinary citizens.

With Brad and Leo, Tarantino Debuts a Fairy Tale in Cannes

With Brad and Leo, Tarantino Debuts a Fairy Tale in Cannes

By Jake Coyle | May 22
Twenty-five years after premiering "Pulp Fiction" in Cannes, Quentin Tarantino returned to the French film festival with neither great vengeance nor furious anger but a gentler fairy tale about 1960s Los Angeles.

Recreating 'Aladdin's' Magic with Will Smith and Fresh Faces

Recreating 'Aladdin's' Magic with Will Smith and Fresh Faces

May 22
Following in the lucrative footsteps of "Beauty and the Beast" and others, Disney is taking another shot at "Aladdin," this time in live-action. The film, from director Guy Ritchie, opens nationwide Friday.

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