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LOVE ETER­NAL Im­pres­sive Ir­ish drama (left) from the gifted di­rec­tor Brendan Mul­downey, a prize win­ner at this year’s Jame­son Dublin In­ter­na­tional Film Fes­ti­val.

TAMMY Melissa McCarthy is back in a broad com­edy. We be­lieve she’s yet again play­ing a loud woman with bad so­cial skills.

BICYCLING WITH MOLIÈRE You hardly need to be told that this is a re­laxed French com­edy. Fabrice Lu­chini and Lam­bert Wil­son play two ac­tors in­volved in tense ri­valry. THE 100-YEAR-OLD MAN WHO CLIMBED OUT THE WIN­DOW AND DIS­AP­PEARED The ti­tle re­ally is the syn­opses. Much-ac­claimed Swedish com­edy based on the novel by Jonas Jonas­son.

OPEN­ING JULY 10th TRANSFORME­RS: AGE OF EXTINCTION Bang, bang, bang. Vroom, vroom. Clank, clank. Bang, Bang. They’ll still be mak­ing these things af­ter the world has ended.

BE­GIN AGAIN John Car­ney, di­rec­tor of Once, makes his US de­but with a charm­ing mu­si­cal star­ring Keira Knight­ley and Mark Ruf­falo.

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