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Watch: Neon Trees Debuts Video for Single 'Feel Good'

Watch: Neon Trees Debuts Video for Single 'Feel Good'

In advance of their appearance later this month at the LoveLoud Festival in Utah, Island recording group Neon Trees has premiered the explosive video for their new single "Feel Good."

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 Review :: The Hitman's Bodyguard

Review :: The Hitman's Bodyguard

By Kilian Melloy | Aug 18
Ryan Reynolds' charm and Samuel L. Jackson's cool collide on the silver screen, but never mesh as well as you might like in this high-octane action thriller / buddy movie.

 Review :: Logan Lucky

Review :: Logan Lucky

By Kilian Melloy | Aug 18
Steven Soderbergh is back in the driver's seat; Channing Tatum has added a few pounds to his frame for veracity's sake; and while this movie feels a little light, it also brims with low-key humor.

 Review :: The Monster Project

Review :: The Monster Project

By Kevin Taft | Aug 18
"The Monster Project" might have been fun if the audience was able to see anything that was happening.

 Review :: What Happened To Monday

Review :: What Happened To Monday

By Kilian Melloy | Aug 18
This populist puff of a movie is highly watchable, and Rapace makes it entertaining with her astonishing performances.

 Review :: Patti Cake$

Review :: Patti Cake$

By Roger Walker-Dack | Aug 18
This breakout hit from Sundance is the story of an overweight white New Jersey girl who dreams of being a rapper. Deliciously funny, it marks the arrival of a mega new star in Danielle MacDonald.

 Review :: The Only Living Boy in New York

Review :: The Only Living Boy in New York

By Kilian Melloy | Aug 18
This movie sits in a pit of its own urban provincialism, hard and bright as a diamond and as alluringly lethal as a hateful smile... and it's downright refreshing for all that.

Director John Trengove Courts Controversy with LGBT film 'The Wound'

Director John Trengove Courts Controversy with LGBT film 'The Wound'

By Frank J. Avella | Aug 18
South African director John Trengove's controversial film "The Wound" examines questions of race, class & sexuality in his home country. EDGE spoke to Trengove about the film.

 Review :: Baby Steps

Review :: Baby Steps

By Roger Walker-Dack | Aug 17
Danny wants a baby, and his mother wants to be a grandmother but only if her son will ditch his boyfriend and find a nice girl in this very cute comedy.

Documentary 'Chasing Capri' Follows Southern Teen's Trans Experience

Documentary 'Chasing Capri' Follows Southern Teen's Trans Experience

Aug 17
Southeast filmmaker Caleb Holland is releasing his documentary film "Chasing Capri" in August. The film captures the coming of age story of teen trans activist Capri Culpepper.

In a Weak Summer at the Box Office, Bright Spots Abound

In a Weak Summer at the Box Office, Bright Spots Abound

By Jake Coyle | Aug 17
On their face, the numbers are grim. Movie ticket sales in North America are running roughly half a billion dollars behind last summer's box office, making this one of lowest-grossing summers in years.

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