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Film Review - Superintelligence


Collaborations between star Melissa McCarthy and her husband, director Ben Falcone haven’t gone well in the past. The pair has created “Tammy,” “The Boss,” and “Life of the Party,” trying to find a comfortable middle between formulaic screenwriting and McCarthy’s natural gift for comedic chaos. Falcone’s not one to offer much style or wit to a production, and McCarthy often hunts for a way out of silly business, making their latest endeavor, “Superintelligence” their best offering so far, simply because it plays directly to their career interests. Falcone keeps everything easily digestible, and McCarthy is offered a chance to play a romantic lead, while the plot, which details the end of the world, isn’t pushy, securing a softer, less strained effort from the married moviemakers. Read the rest at


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