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Featured Poll: 2014 Summer Movies:

This summer brings an unusually large number of sequels, re-boots, and stage-to-screen products to movie theaters in the U.S. We pick 8 of them for our summertime poll: Which ones will you see in theaters, wait for home release, or skip altogether?

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