Rachel Dodes

Wall Street Journal

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Film features writer for the Wall Street Journal

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The summer movie season is getting underway, featuring Superman and wars of the future. But the big money may be in comedies that are not either light romance or family fare.

Summer Movies: Small Gems and a Wave of Comedies

The summer movie season is getting underway, featuring Superman and wars of the future. But the big money may be in comedies that are not either light romance or family fare.

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