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Tune In: Summer TV Preview 2015

By Jason St. Amand | May 30
Thirteen summer TV shows recommend to check out during these upcoming sweltering months.

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Blu-ray/DVD Review :: Ballet 422

By Louise Adams | May 30
Director Jody Lee Lipes' documentary chronicles young New York City Ballet dancer/choreographer Justin Peck's "Paz de la Jolla" over two months, from first rehearsal to world premiere in their 2013 winter season.

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: Still Alice

By Louise Adams | May 30
Early-onset Alzheimer's is dramatized in the film based on Lisa Genova's novel which won lead Julianne Moore an Oscar.

California Quakin': Dwayne Johnson on 'San Andreas'

By Fred Topel | May 29
In the disaster epic "San Andreas," Dwayne Johnson plays a first responder out to save his estranged wife and daughter as a huge earthquake devastates the California coast. EDGE spoke to the former wrestling star about the film.

Cinema Review :: Heaven Knows What

By Jake Mulligan | May 29
The film plays in the mode of melodrama: The doomed affair between Harley and Ilya wouldn't be out of place in a Douglas Sirk film.

Cinema Review :: Sunset Edge

By Phil Hall | May 29
Two tales of emotionally isolated young people converge at an abandoned trailer park.

Cinema Review :: San Andreas

By Kevin Taft | May 29
Phenomenally entertaining and starring a game and able cast, "San Andreas" finally gets the disaster movie right.

Cinema Review :: Aloha

By Kevin Taft | May 29
Cameron Crowe's latest is a jumbled mess of clich├ęd ideas thrown into a pot of confusion and starring great actors who have all been better elsewhere.

Cinema Review :: Sunshine Superman

By Monique Rubens Krohn | May 29
A documentary about the founder of BASE jumping, Carl Boenish, the love of his life, his wife Jean, and the story of how the sport evolved.

Cinema Review :: Results

By Kevin Taft | May 29
Despite not having an earth-shattering premise, Andrew Bujarksi's new film employs three terrific actors to make an ultimately compelling character study about three lost souls looking for "Results."

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: Hot Tub Time Machine 2

By Ken Tasho | May 28
The recent criticism for this sequel gets justified in a Blu-ray release, where laughter doesn't come often and the comedic actors try way too hard.

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