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Posted: Friday, July 13, 2012 7:49 am

I fancy myself a halfway intelligent person, but I always seem to make the most head-smackingly stupid mistakes. A “for instance” would be the fact that I didn’t realize the News-Sentinel had an early deadline for the Fourth of July holiday, and found myself prepping for a late screening of “Magic Mike” as I discovered that the Lodi Living section was getting ready to go to press. It seems my stupidity knows no bounds.

But we’re back in the swing of things this week with a look at “The Amazing Spider-Man,” which puts us squarely back in the inexplicable summer funk we’ve been suffering for months with little reprieve. Bright side: There are a few promising titles now playing in wide release (“Ted,” “Savages” and the aforementioned “Magic Mike”), and I’ll play catch-up with at least one of them next week since the impending release of “The Dark Knight” has ensured that no “real” films are opening this weekend.

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