James Rocchi

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Host of the movie review podcast The Lunch

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A promiscuous girl, a gift you don’t want, an aging rock musician and a man actually made from rock are all part of this weekend’s releases.

Film Roundup: Fantastic Four, Diary of a Teenage Girl, Ricki and the Flash

A promiscuous girl, a gift you don’t want, an aging rock musician and a man actually made from rock are all part of this weekend’s releases.

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A scary remake, a disgusting sequel and a star-studded trip to the future are all coming to a screen near you this weekend.

Memorial Day Movie Roundup

A scary remake, a disgusting sequel and a star-studded trip to the future are all coming to a screen near you this weekend.

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It’s Friday, so it’s time to talk movies.

Friday Movies: 'The Age of Adeline,' Adam Sandler, and More

It’s Friday, so it’s time to talk movies.

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