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Which Underdog Movie Could Be This Summer's Sleeper Hit? [Poll]

Every summer, there's at least one smaller movie that breaks out of the pack. A film that's not based on a huge comic book or toy franchise, with a budget under $100 million. Even though summer is supposed to belong to the big superhero and toy movies, there's always at least one upstart that surprises everybody. A Moon or a District 9, say. Or a Super-8. More »
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