In Theaters

Daniel Barnes @ the SN&R/CSIndy (6/18 and 6/25 issues)


*The idea that one’s brain must be switched into sleep mode in order to appreciate a film is silly and offensive, but that shouldn’t prevent a fully switched-on brain from enjoying a deeply stupid movie like Jurassic World.


*Alfonso Gomez-Rejon’s oxygen-deprived Me and Earl and the Dying Girl won both the Grand Jury Prize and the Audience Award at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, and while it’s relatively weightless and apolitical, the double win was inevitable. This is just about the Sundance-iest Sundance movie that Sundance ever Sundanced, so aggressively quirky and needy and contrived that it makes The Spitfire Grill look like A Woman Under the Influence.

*My Me and Earl… review also ran in this week’s Colorado Springs Independent.

*Doug Ellin’s nauseating Entourage isn’t a binge watch, it’s a purge watch.

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