Three-man show is a fast-paced interpretation
The latest installment is filled with the makings of a summer blockbuster hit
A filmmaker from Minnesota tells the story behind a lost animated masterpiece, plus hits and misses of the fest by our critics
From horror and documentaries to indies and comedies, this year will be big in film
The director discusses Joaquin Phoenix and researching Scientology
Photo from Cinema & Civics 2010One of the better parts of a Twin Cities summer comes in the grossly underrated festivities over in Minneapolis' most densely populated neighborhood. As the sun goes down, the music and movies get started. That's right: tonight brings the latest installment of C ... More >>
Sex and the City 2You've got 10 bucks and two hours, and you don't want to waste any of it. We can help. Here's our guide to the best and worst movies this weekend. OPENING FLEE: Sex and the City 2 The four aging BFFs struggle on with work-life challenges (Miranda), child-care dilemmas (Cha ... More >>
Photo by Kris DrakeLocal director Brady Kiernan knows how to work. Since finishing his film degree in 2002, he's made his mark on the Twin Cities scene the old fashioned way, through blood, sweat, and skill. Working his way up has paid off with project after project: he's produced multiple ... More >>
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This week: Larry Sanders, Smokin' Aces, The Last King of Scotland, and Overlord
Spike Lee's 'Inside Man' takes the audience hostage
Spielberg's weighty take on vengeance is a tad lopsided
A quintet of Hollywood anomalies from blockbuster season
Minnesota filmmakers remember the warm-weather flicks that got them hot (or bothered)
Escaping into the anime of the A.M. on the Cartoon Network
The Steadicam goes on a rampage in 'Elephant'
The Cinematic Orchestra bring their blue note funk to the silver screen
Favorites from the second week of the Minneapolis/St. Paul International Film Festival
Three movie critics pick 21 favorites (and only one in common) from 2002.
'2001' brings its enormous mysteries into the third millennium
Outward Spiral's latest comedy, Dog Opera, holds its audience hostage for nearly three hours
An Oak Street retrospective pulls us back to the flashy days of Eighties cinema
The strangely robotic wit of Caleb McEwen emerges in the Brave New Workshop's Minnesota Summer
With A.I. Artificial Intelligence, Steven Spielberg tries to rescue the world's most elusive filmmaker from an unhappy ending
Director Claire Denis takes the tough guy to task in Beau travail
1999 brought a cinematic bounty to the art house and the multiplex alike
Krzysztof Kieslowski's The Decalogue is a must-see epic of moral dilemmas
David Fincher's Fight Club turns macho discontentment into the ultimate dick flick
Constricted by the social taboos of the Eisenhower era, director and master melodramatist Douglas Sirk explored the mores of more
Unlike the flop-sweating neurotics of his comedies, Albert Brooks the director shows none of the comedian's high anxiety
Stanley Kubrick's long-delayed Eyes Wide Shut sets out to baffle and bore Tom Cruise fans--and succeeds impeccably
The movies of '98 posed the question: Haven't we seen this somewhere before?
Going Down Slowly: Kathleen Chalfant and Joanna Merlin in Yvonne Rainer's MURDER and murder.
Dead Man Stalking: Miroslaw Baka and Jan Tesarz in Krzysztof Kieslowski's A Short Film About Killing.
Krzysztof Kieslowski's two "short films" command a long look.