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'Treatment for All: Our Lives, Our Stories' Documentary Released at Durban

By EDGE | Jul 22
AIDS 2106 saw the debut of the "Treatment For All: Our Lives, Our Stories," a documentary film that captures the deeply personal narratives of three African protagonists as they explore the impact of HIV on their lives.

Trans and Pregnant: 'A Womb of Their Own' Offers Insight

By Sari Staver | Jul 22
How do people react when they meet someone with a full beard, large breasts, and a pregnant belly? High school teacher Rae Goodman answers this and other questions in the new documentary "A Womb of Their Own."

Review :: Star Trek Beyond

By Kilian Melloy | Jul 22
This "Trek" doesn't go beyond its crowd-pleasing formula, but it does whisk the viewer through two hours of summer blockbuster fun.

Review :: Lights Out

By Kevin Taft | Jul 22
"Lights Out" is yet another example of how a new crop of filmmakers are breathing life into the horror genre with complex characters, compelling stories, terrific actors, and genuine scares that keep you hiding under your date's arm.

Review :: My Golden Days

By Greg Vellante | Jul 22
Perhaps the finest romance to enter cinemas so far in 2016, "My Golden Days" comes to DVD and Digital HD.

Review :: Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie

By Kilian Melloy | Jul 22
The television series used to go in for wry, dry humor that poked at everything from fashion to technology, and the movie follows that same formula -- but it's not enough to fill the silver screen.

Review :: Ice Age: Collision Course

By Greg Vellante | Jul 22
Neither terrible nor particularly good, the fifth "Ice Age" films gets boosted once more by some clever segments involving a slapstick squirrel and his acorn, while everything else is just momentum-free familiarity.

Review :: Microbe And Gasoline

By Greg Vellante | Jul 22
A delightful and honest capturing of youthful escape, "Microbe and Gasoline" is a pleasant road comedy about two friends from French filmmaker Michel Gondry.

Review :: Don't Think Twice

By Noe Kamelamela | Jul 22
Members of the Improv troupe The Commune struggle to keep doing comedy together in the Big Apple.

Review :: Summertime (La Belle Saison)

By Noe Kamelamela | Jul 22
"Summertime" is an idealistic French romance set in the 1970s between Delphine, a farm girl, and Carole a Parisian.

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