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Criminal (2016) Synopsis

The story of the right man in the wrong body. In a last-ditch effort to stop a diabolical plot, a dead CIA operative’s memories, secrets, and skills are implanted into an unpredictable and dangerous death-row inmate in hopes the he will complete the operative’s mission.

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Here we are, creeping up on the end of June. 2016 is almost exactly half over, which means there have been a lot of movies to come out. A review of the first six months of the year shows us that there have been some big box office successes, as well as big failures. Now, let's talk about the rest.

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The Jungle Book delivered the third opening of 2016 above $100 million this weekend, and it's only mid-April! Is that important? Yeah, it is.

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We are getting closer and closer to the summer season, and the as such the box office is starting to really heat up. For this week in early April we have a solid batch of movies on the docket, ready to soon hit a cinema near you.

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SPOILER ALERT: The following article contains spoilers for Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice. If you have not yet had a chance to see the film, and don’t wish to have any of the surprises ruined, please click away to another one of our wonderful articles!

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All Of The People Ryan Reynolds Has Ever Switched Places With In A Movie All Of The People Ryan Reynolds Has Ever Switched Places With In A Movie

Though his Deadpool is taking over the world, Ryan Reynolds is about to indulge one of his other cinematic peculiarities, trading bodies in a movie. With that in mind, here are all the times he's swapped bodes on screen.

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Criminal Trailer: Watch Ryan Reynolds Body Swap, Again Criminal Trailer: Watch Ryan Reynolds Body Swap, Again

Ryan Reynolds gets around when it comes to the body swapping scene, and he's going to be taking over yet another actor's body in this spring's Criminal. Watch the trailer for yourself, after the jump.

Criminal Trailer: Watch Ryan Reynolds Body Swap, Again

Tommy Lee Jones Joins Science Fiction Thriller Criminal Tommy Lee Jones Joins Science Fiction Thriller Criminal

Just gonna go ahead and assume there will be a severe philosophical battle between the principled scientist and the at-all-costs lawman. Normally this would be a lame cliché, but in this case, it definitely feels like Jones should be playing the stern task-master and Oldman the compassionate man of science, as he was in this year's Robocop.

Tommy Lee Jones Joins Science Fiction Thriller Criminal

Gary Oldman Joins Kevin Costner In Hilarious-Sounding Thriller Criminal Gary Oldman Joins Kevin Costner In Hilarious-Sounding Thriller Criminal

Of course, the hope is that this movie (which, somehow, does not involve Luc Besson) has fun with the premise. Maybe Oldman's CIA chief isn't the exposition-deliverer of films like The Dark Knight and Book Of Eli but rather an idiosyncratic oddball like Zorg of The Fifth Element.

Gary Oldman Joins Kevin Costner In Hilarious-Sounding Thriller Criminal

The Last Stand's Kim Jee-Woon Will Direct Ed Brubaker's Pulp Crime Comic Coward The Last Stand's Kim Jee-Woon Will Direct Ed Brubaker's Pulp Crime Comic Coward

Coward, which won the Eisner for best new series, follows the hardened criminal Leo Patterson, whose meticulousness and care is often mistaken for pure cowardice. He gets into a diamond heist against his better judgement with a crooked cop, and, as you can imagine, a lot goes wrong before it goes right.

The Last Stand's Kim Jee-Woon Will Direct Ed Brubaker's Pulp Crime Comic Coward

Ed Brubaker To Adapt Coward For Director David Slade Ed Brubaker To Adapt Coward For Director David Slade

It's still hard for me to wrap my brain around the fact that David Slade, the guy who directed Hard Candy and the surprisingly effective 30 Days of Night adaptation, also helmed Twilight: Eclipse. I mean, I get it. I'm sure it's a hefty paycheck and it earns you goodwill you can use toward getting more interesting projects made. Or hell, maybe Slade's just a closet Twihard.

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