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7 Anti blockbusters gallery Title Card
It's not all masked vigilantes and Bourne-again spies filling the screens the rest of summer.
Between film festival hits, new controversy from Spike Lee and a devastating documentary about the military, there's plenty coming to the multiplex to keep you out of the heat.
Here are seven not to miss, in order of release date. More good news: two open on Friday.
Anti-Blockbusters You Must See This Summer
June 28, 2012
C. Molly Smith/The Wrap
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