The difference between Minnesotans and Wisconsinites is an enigmatic question: Knowing it is one thing, but actually defining what separates the land of lakes from the land of Cheeseheads is trickier. Now, courtesy of a 13-year study of the personality traits of 1.6 million Americans, we have some ... More >>
No More Mr. Everyman
New film by the Wachowskis plays it safe behind bold scenery
Hint: The bosses aren't what's horrible
A mediocre movie also featuring Julia Roberts
Harry Potter, Cars 2, and more
longhorndave via Flickr.comThese mustaches will kick your assWe've always loved cowboys, with their twirling lariats and dusty bandanas. Today, about 17,000 of the bowlegged rough riders are convening at the tiny area of Hamel for its 30th annual rodeo. To celebrate, we've compiled a list of ... More >>
Advanced maturation of kid culture on display
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Lead actor Tom Hanks says movie is "not important, but it's fun"
Norton says Budweiser & Clamato "like dirty salt fell into my cheap beer."
The Oscar-winning actor wants to make love to you. Okay, not really.
Spielberg's weighty take on vengeance is a tad lopsided
He started out as a Grade-B Ricky Nelson; He ended up as an American revolutionary
'The Terminal' puts all of American entertainment under one roof
Tim Burton goes on a fishing expedition for the lunker known as dad
The Walker's 'Women with Vision' breaks the law of inertia
Spielberg somehow manages to turn a Scorsese-esque crime picture into a Capraesque butterball
Explaining a "surprise" indie hit's big fat box-office haul
Hit man Tom Hanks rubs out his character flaws in 'Road to Perdition'
Steven Spielberg's debut, The Sugarland Express, captures a humanity from before the age of the blockbuster
The Patriot pays tribute to a Great Man's arrogance in the name of freedom
Minnesota's dead are only a click away
Robin Williams beautifies the unimaginable in Jakob the Liar
Director Eric Rohmer tells his Autumn Tale--and a seasoned critic turns the page
Thirty-five years ago teen rock like the Trashmen's "Surfin' Bird" caught a wave across the prairies--and rode it into adulthood
Bedridden in Budapest: James Stewart and Margaret Sullavan in The Shop Around the Corner.
Sticking to the Script: Joan Cusack and Kevin Kline in In & Out.