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Jimmy's Hall

Wednesday Jul 1, 2015
This rather enchanting tale of a man who could do a mean Bessie Smith impression is based on a very real story.

Terminator Genisys

Wednesday Jul 1, 2015
The latest "Terminator" film is a sequel-ish reboot that is a bit too convoluted for its own time-hopping good.

Dig These Discs :: James Taylor, Finding Neverland, Ryn Weaver, Joy Williams, Third Eye Blind

By Kevin Mark Kline | Wednesday Jul 1, 2015
Pop stars populate "Finding Neverland: The Album." James Taylor releases his first album in 13 years, and Third Eye Blind their first in six years. Joy Williams is on her own with "Venus," and Ryn Weaver debuts. Dig into summer!

Magic Mike XXL

Wednesday Jul 1, 2015
Channing Tatum dominates in "XXL" and truly delivers outstanding work, and I am not just talking about his stripping techniques -- although give the man props for being able to keep up with the ridiculously limber tWitch!

A New Brain

Wednesday Jul 1, 2015
William Finn's "A New Brain" is a bit of mind freak that will leave chorus hooks in your head and a shimmy in your step.

Elton: The Sing-Along

Wednesday Jul 1, 2015
This powerful performance could really have used seat belts and Dramamine, because this was one hell of an emotional roller coaster.

The Gunman

Wednesday Jul 1, 2015
The latest from the French action-movie director Pierre Morel ("Taken") is an adaptation of the 1981 novel "The Prone Gunman" by Jean-Patrick Manchette. "The Gunman" has all the ingredients for a high-powered action thriller.

Looking Beneath 'The Surface'

By Robert Nesti | Wednesday Jul 1, 2015
Michael J. Saul's "The Surface" is a hypnotic new gay-themed film that looks beyond the expected struggles-with-sexuality theme, delving instead into notions of identity & the ephemeral nature of relationships. EDGE spoke to the film's director & cast.

Mala Mala

Wednesday Jul 1, 2015
The success of Sickles' and Santini's excellent film starts with the spot-on casting choices that they made, as each of their subjects had a compelling story to tell of their own.

Twelfth Night

Wednesday Jul 1, 2015
The first offering of Old Globe's summer Shakespeare series is the wonderfully balanced and fantastically funny "Twelfth Night" helmed by Rebecca Taichman.

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