REVIEW: "Wilson," starring Woody Harrelson, is a peculiar delight that's full of brilliant lines, astute observations and aptly chosen locations around the Twin Cities.
Whether he's creating film, theater or spectacle, Danny Boyle delivers work that is mainstream and rebellious, silly and intense, but always unpredictable.
REVIEW: The sci-fi flick follows a familiar path but still holds impressive shocks.
BALTIMORE -The e-mail from her sister said “Read Now!” so Veronica Spencer sat right down to open it. Maybe it was about the soon-to-be released…
movies opening Friday The Boss Baby (PG) A suit-wearing, briefcase-carrying baby (voice of Alec Baldwin) pairs up with his brother to stop…
The 1967 documentary "Titicut Follies" exposed abuse at a hospital for the criminally insane. And now James Sewell has adapted the film for his new dance show.
Raw ⋆⋆⋆½ out of four stars Rated: R for aberrant behavior, bloody and grisly images, strong sexuality, nudity, language and drug use/partying. In subtitled…
David Byrne's dazzling "Contemporary Color" captures color guard shows and the hard prep that created them.
REVIEW: Typical of Terrence Malick's work, "Song to Song" is both moving and confusing.
"Trainspotting" sequel delivers on long-held expectations.
A Pennsylvania ice cream maker is courting Harry Potter fans with a new flavor based on Hogwarts' favorite drink, "butterbeer."
"The Mitch Rapp saga begins" on the big screen starting Sept. 15, the studio announced this week.
From the folks who gave us "Despicable Me" comes "Sing," out Tuesday on home video.
Movies opening Friday CHIPS (R) The adventures of two California Highway Patrol motorcycle officers. Life (R) An international space crew discovers…
Here is a half-century's worth of notable films shot in the state.
Woody Harrelson's amiable new R-rated comedy was an ideal fit for shooting in the Twin Cities.
REVIEW: As if to amp up the animated film's handsome design, the live-action film's photorealist computer imagery is a surreal swirl of rococo detail. More of that attention should have been directed to the acting.
REVIEW: "Belko" channels "Battle Royale" and "The Hunger Games."
REVIEW: The actor elevates this elegant British adaptation of the time-bending novel "The Sense of an Ending."
REVIEW: The romantic comedy feels at times like a by-the-numbers exercise, but it's partly redeemed by some decent jokes and a good performance.