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Endgame" pulls together 11 years and all 21 preceding films of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, arriving at a spot that very much feels like a conclusion while leaving open avenues for intriguing new storytelling possibilities. 

It's all been building to this, "Captain America: Civil War," the 13th film of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (and the beginning of "phase three," if you care about that sort of thing). Strange that what fans have been waiting to see for so long is their favorite heroes fighting each other.

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Throughout its entire running time, the Coen brothers' "Hail, Caesar!" sends up the golden age of the Hollywood studio system. But the writer-producer-directors mock with love, their affection for that era of filmmaking always shining through.

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What would happen to a person who could use all of his or her brain? Disregarding that scientists dismiss the idea we only use 10 percent of our noggin as myth, Luc Besson's "Lucy" posits some pretty weird things would occur.