The god who wanted jeans
Rom-coms used to be a cash cow -- and wildly popular with audiences. What happened?
Ice Cube plays a nobly abusive police officer for laughs
They Do Still Make ’Em Like This
A modern spin on Jane Austen that still shoots for happily ever after
Adam Sandler is successful because he's lazy.
The Wolf Pack trilogy ends right where it began
Which, come to think of it, is a lot like marriage
A guide to a picture-perfect summer
A look ahead at the season's hottest films
Who doesn't like sitting on a rooftop, noshing on some food and watching a movie? No one. Not one person on this planet doesn't like that combination of things. So, it's a good thing that Solera's Dinner and a Movie on the Rooftop series begins tonight with a showing of the classic, Cowboys an ... More >>
Move over Honolulu, see you later San Francisco -- if you're looking for romance, the place to be is La Crosse, Wisconsin. And if that doesn't work for you, go to Green Bay.Or so say the folks at Redbox. The movie rental company recently compiled a list of the Top 10 Most Romantic Cities in the c ... More >>
General MillsFiber One: Not the kind of "magic brownies" Cheech and Chong usually eat.Cheech and Chong are back! The vintage stoner duo is starring in a short flick used to promote General Mills Fiber One 90-calorie brownies. The Business Journal reports that the term "magic brownies" came ... More >>
It's as crass as it sounds
48-Hour Film Project, Twin Cities Film Fest
Too many sci-fi references and not enough Kristen Wiig
Is there life after Black Swan?
It's a total Zach attack in this Todd Phillips buddy comedy
Brooklyn high-schooler takes chic mental-health break
Monday movie screenings on the patio at Sweeney's Saloon continue tonight with Super Troopers. So if you are in the mood for a couple hours of law enforcement silliness, cheap beer, and even cheaper wings, this is your ticket.
IPRToki Wright released an album over a year ago called A Different Mirror, and his touring support for the record is still in high-gear. Tonight marks a big bash for him and urban music at an Institute of Production and Recording (IPR)-sanctioned concert at Minnehaha Park where he will play alon ... More >>
It's a messy but funny spin-off of Forgetting Sarah Marshall
The fifth annual Cinema and Civics film and music series returns to Stevens Square Park next month, starting off what seems a promising summer with The Neverending Story and MC/VL on June 16th. Trying to find a common thread in the movies this year, the only free-association that came to mind was ... More >>
As U.S. Senator, Grams actually approved of Clinton going after bin Laden in 1998, but blunted that support with direct reference to movie "Wag the Dog."
Military commanders shut down soldiers's blogs, Illinois's anti-gay discrimination law goes into effect, Bill Lumbergh on Family Guy, Woody Allen on filmmaking, the Minnesota Blog of the Day, and more...
Let it be known that it was on this day, Friday, August 26, 2005, that we discovered how Steve Carell's rise to fame would cease, plummet and fizzle out. The actor came to prominence as a faux-reporter on the Daily Show, then scored some choice roles in Bruce Almighty and Anchorman. He tackled Ricky ... More >>
Josh Hartnett - After a cameo this spring in Sin City, Josh might be looking for his first Academy Award nomination by playing a savant with Asperger's syndrome, a type of autism, who's involved in a doomed relationship in Mozart and the Whale. Just ask Daniel Day-Lewis, Holly Hunter, Russell Crowe, ... More >>
Weekend DVD three-fer:the state of the union Robocop (1987): The heart of the movie lies in the bits of media satire that connect the action scenes, and in the setting itself: a war-zone future Detroit where civil society is only a memory and corporations run a privatized police force and scheme to ... More >>