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La Legende de Tarzan
La Legende de Tarzan   ( of 4)

Chicago Tribune: Katie Walsh
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La Legende de Tarzan 3D
La Legende de Tarzan 3D   ( of 4)

Chicago Tribune: Katie Walsh
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La Legende de Tarzan: L'Experience IMAX 3D
La Legende de Tarzan: L'Experience IMAX 3D   ( of 4)

Chicago Tribune: Katie Walsh
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Our Kind of Traitor
Our Kind of Traitor   ( of 4)

Chicago Tribune: Michael Phillips
Many aspects of "Our Kind of Traitor" mark it, indelibly, as John le Carre material: moody, ruminative, one foot in the movies, one foot in the real world. more
Swiss Army Man
Swiss Army Man   ( of 4)

Chicago Tribune: Robert Abele
Labeled "the farting corpse movie" at Sundance, the forcefully quirky "Swiss Army Man" certainly expels a lot in trying to convince you its bruised-emo wilderness yarn is whimsically imaginative. Its dynamic duo -- Paul Dano's stranded neurotic and Daniel Radcliffe's gaseous cadaver -- may be one of modern cinema's more willfully odd pairings. more
The BFG
The BFG   ( of 4)

Chicago Tribune: Michael Phillips
There's a lot not quite right and even flat-out wrong with "The BFG," and we'll get to that. There's also a lot that's very, very right, starting with Mark Rylance's astonishing performance-capture portrayal of the Big Friendly Giant created by author Roald Dahl. The right stuff makes it worth seeing. more
The Legend of Tarzan
The Legend of Tarzan   ( of 4)

Chicago Tribune: Katie Walsh
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The Legend of Tarzan 3D
The Legend of Tarzan 3D   ( of 4)

Chicago Tribune: Katie Walsh
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The Legend of Tarzan: An IMAX 3D Experience
The Legend of Tarzan: An IMAX 3D Experience   ( of 4)

Chicago Tribune: Katie Walsh
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The Purge: Election Year
The Purge: Election Year   ( of 4)

Chicago Tribune: Michael Phillips
The third "Purge" movie, which may be the harshest political commentary this year in any medium, is weirdly pretty good and carries the subtitle "Election Year." The America we see in writer-director James DeMonaco's sequel might've been dreamed up over a conference call among Donald Trump (a clear model for the movie's prime minister), the National Rifle Association (referenced by name, though not in a way the NRA would prefer, despite the film's high levels of assault weapon carnage) and the most reactionary of the Fox News pundits and contributors. more
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