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Outbreak

The thriller occupies the same territory as countless science fiction movies about deadly invasions and high-tech conspiracies, but has been made with intelligence and an…

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Planes, Trains and Automobiles

It is perfectly cast and soundly constructed, and all else flows naturally. Steve Martin and John Candy don't play characters; they embody themselves.

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SDCC 2015: Table of Contents

The following Table of Contents includes the complete coverage of the 2015 San Diego Comic-Con published at RogerEbert.com and written by Jana Monji and Nell Minow.

JANA MONJI

SDCC 2015: "The Death of 'Superman Lives': What Happened?"

SDCC 2015: "Vintage Tomorrows"

SDCC 2015: "A LEGO Brickumentary"

SDCC 2015: "Star Trek"

SDCC 2015: Video Interview with Daniel Junge and Kief Davidson, Directors of "A LEGO Brickumentary"

SDCC 2015: Nerd Nite

SDCC 2015: Nathan Sawaya and 'The Art of the Brick'

SDCC 2015: The 360 Evolution: The future of movies

SDCC 2015: Fest's Best Doc Winner

SDCC 2015: Cinema Makeup School

NELL MINOW

SDCC 2015: Superhero Music Composers at Comic-Con

SDCC 2015: Sam Viviano of MAD Magazine

SDCC: New Technology For Making Movies

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