The web-slinging superhero does what he's been doing onscreen for years
Kirsten Dunst falls from heaven in a film not quite as radiant
A Dangerous Method, Aurora, and more
Photo by Michael J. AllenWe were heartbroken to hear about the passing of Ruth Adams, the accordion player for the World's Most Dangerous Polka Band that held down a longtime regular gig at Nye's Polonaise Room, just a few weeks ago. Now, thanks to local documentarian Sonya "Sonny" Tormoen, we ha ... More >>
New film works with a patient and observational style
Courtesy Twilight: EclipseAh, the glory of Photoshop's desaturation tool Yesterday marked the opening of Twilight: Tweengasm, and no power in the universe can stop a seething mass of blond 12-year-olds from streaming into theaters across America, where they will squeal in unison for two hours u ... More >>
I swung by Bun Mi, the newest Bánh mì shop in the Twin Cities to check out their big interpretations of the classic Vietnamese sandwich.
OMFG! Everyone's favorite celebutard-obsessed blogger is coming to Minnesota.
Overstuffed plot, empty action ruin Spidey's run
The press was a royal pain in the neck for the privileged maker of 'Marie Antoinette'
American pop goes bang at the world's sexiest film festival
The NFL considers moving the Saints to LA, Exxon rakes it in, Canadian folkies try to halt the next Harry Potter movie, sexy messed-up teeth, the Minnesota blog of the day and more...
A Cameron Crowe fan takes the long, strange trip to 'Elizabethtown'
Screenwriter and director Cameron Crowe's latest movie, Elizabethtown, finds Orlando Bloom, failed shoe designer, returning to his hometown of Elizabethtown, Kentucky, for his father's funeral. Along the way, he picks up flight attendant Kirsten Dunst, who helps him through his issues. Crowe, who br ... More >>
Carrey, Kaufman, and Gondry wander through the fog of love
Pups nipping at Julia's heels show their teeth in 'Smile'
Director Sam Raimi finds a superhero to love
Peter Bogdanovich loses it at the movies with 'The Cat's Meow'
From panel discussions to boobs aflame, feminism and punk rock form a holy union at Chicago's Ladyfest
In an annual late-August ritual, the studios clear the vaults of their least promising product
A stinging beauty-pageant satire set in Minnesota wins no prizes for congeniality