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Summertime at the Movies

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Whether it’s Jason Bourne kickboxing his way through assailants, female Ghostbusters donning proton packs, or a fish who sounds a lot like Ellen DeGeneres searching for her parents, there is no shortage of Hollywood blockbusters this summer. We talk with film critics about their must-see picks for summer 2016, from action flicks to off-the-radar independent films.


Peter Hartlaub, pop culture critic, San Francisco Chronicle

Richard Von Busack, film critic, Metro Newspapers


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