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Keep it zany this summer with some lighthearted romps filled with wacky characters and improbable coincidences. From 30s and 40s Hollywood classics like His Girl Friday and My Man Godfrey to revival works like What's Up Doc? (pictured) and Overboard, there's enough absurdity to last to fall.

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Us
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Staff Pick of the Day

Detachment

Directed by Tony Kaye

Psychological Drama - Rated NR - 97 Minutes - 2011

11 years after the troubled birth of American History X, director Tony Kaye was finally given the chance to make feature films again, beginning with Black Water Transit and again two years later with 2011's Detachment. Kaye uses Adrien Brody as a substitute teacher as an entry point to explore America's public education system, albeit with an extreme intensity that often feels confrontational for its own sake. (Available on Vudu and Tubi)

- Chris Steffen