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Pick of the Week

Jason Bourne

Matt Damon is back, which means that Jason Bourne is back. Lots of people get shot, lots of stuff blows up, but with some style. A-

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Indignation

I don't know exactly why so many Philip Roth novels get turned into movies, but this is one of the better ones. Nice direction, good acting. And yet, when all is said, it feels like a more mature take on Goodbye, Columbus. A-

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Star Trek Beyond

I am not, and will never be, a Trekkie, but this episode was fun to watch. B

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Captain Fantastic

Viggo Mortensen is great in this very quirky story about a widower raising his kids to be very well read survivors in the wilds. The father’s point of view was a little too much for me at times (of course, that’s the way the story was written) but this film is strong and very unusual. B+

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Café Society

Beautifully filmed, strong performances, so-so storyline. B

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Suicide Squad

Much ado about doo-doo. Margot Robbie is very funny. Will Smith is Will Smith. Lots of stuff gets blown up. C+

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