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We Got You Through High School Trailer: Booksmart!

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Actor Olivia Wilde makes her directorial debut with Booksmart – a last day of high school comedy of the Superbad variety – only with female leads.

The redband trailer is probably best not played at work.

Booksmart opens on May 24th.

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The Lazarus Effect: What Could Possibly Go Wrong!

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There have been a lot of horror movies that were set in medicine. Few have achieved the kind of off-kilter weirdness of The Lazarus Effect wherein a group of research scientists who, while trying to find a way to enable first responders to bring a person back from the brink after a more extended period of time, stumble onto a substance which, when combined with electric pulses, actually bring a dead being back to life.

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Cowboys & Aliens is Exactly What It Says on the Tin – Nothing More; Nothing Less!

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Movies don’t get more high concept than Cowboys & Aliens. Like Snakes on a Plane, Jon Favreau’s new film delivers precisely what it promises. Therein lies the problem.

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