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Space Aces
Marvel’s first foray into the cosmic arena is hilarious, thrilling and surprisingly full of heart.

A Tangible Reality: "Letters to Ashleigh"
South Milwaukee native and award-winning filmmaker Kyle Olson and the Love family are all set to premiere their mutual passion project.
| 8/1/2014
On the Marquee for the Week of July 28, 2014
Everybody is moviegoin’ for the weekend.
| 7/29/2014
Lucy in the Sky with Mobsters
Scarlett Johansson carries the preposterous "Lucy" across the finish line.
| 7/25/2014

 
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Space Aces
Marvel’s first foray into the cosmic arena is hilarious, thrilling and surprisingly full of heart.
Tom Fuchs | 8/1/2014
A Tangible Reality: "Letters to Ashleigh"
South Milwaukee native and award-winning filmmaker Kyle Olson and the Love family are all set to premiere their mutual passion project.
Mack Bates | 8/1/2014
On the Marquee for the Week of July 28, 2014
Everybody is moviegoin’ for the weekend.
Tom Fuchs | 7/29/2014
Lucy in the Sky with Mobsters
Scarlett Johansson carries the preposterous "Lucy" across the finish line.
Tom Fuchs | 7/25/2014
'Wish I Was Here' Retreads Familiar Turf
Braff's sophomore feature, partially-funded via Kickstarter, fumbles.
Mack Bates | 7/25/2014
On the Marquee for the Week of July 21, 2014
There are several Friday features coming your way this week.
Tom Fuchs | 7/21/2014
'Sex Tape' Needs Cinematic Cialis
A-game supporting cast can’t save this faux-bawdy misfire.
Tom Fuchs | 7/18/2014
On the Marquee for the Week of July 14, 2014
A slower week gives way to a torrential downpour of Friday options.
Tom Fuchs | 7/14/2014
Ape-Ocalypse
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes is the summer’s best blockbuster.
Tom Fuchs | 7/11/2014
On the Marquee for the Week of July 7, 2014
Robots, LEGOS, apes and more await you in this week’s movie-going scene.
Tom Fuchs | 7/7/2014

Mack Bates
Moviegoer Writer
At the ripe age of 12, award-winning writer and aspiring filmmaker Mack Bates announced that he wanted to be “the black Peter Jennings.” This followed his earlier desire to be an astronaut and a cowboy. He’s sat through SpaceCamp more times than he cares to share, and thanks to his tenure as a boy scout, has lassoed a steer or two. Journalism indeed beckoned, and Mack has written for a variety of publications and outlets since high school.
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