It took many decades, but Hollywood is finally telling LGBTQ stories.
Now is the time to revisit the biggest movies of summers past.
Ferocious performance shows a new dimension of the "Handmaid's Tale" actor.
Tracee Ellis Ross leads a strong cast, but this comedy suffers from a weak script.
"Military Wives" is another "inspirational choir" comedy, but its timing is spot-on.
The vampire/werewolf saga was just the dawn of her compelling, if under-seen, career.
Prequel will focus on her back story, but no Theron on project.
The actor looks back on the best of his work that offers some solace.
The "redefined" Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival finds a way to happen online.
These streamable gems show off our state on screen.
The Hollywood actor is riding out the pandemic at his house in the Twin Cities, where he sometimes dons his old "Ghostbusters" jumpsuit and records messages to cheer up fans.
Now, if only this psychological drama had a more compelling script.
Over two decades, the filmmaker has shown his distinctive, salty/sweet vision.
This Cannes-winning mystery examines the aftermath of violence in Guatemala.
You may not know the name of golden-era director Carol Reed, but you probably know some of his movies.
"Succession" actor Brian Cox shines in the warm, if familiar, "Etruscan Smile."
The actor who seems like he could be your neighbor is sorely missed on screen.
The story is familiar in "Selah and the Spades," but its visuals stand out.
Our favorite movie musicals inject just a little bit of reality into their fantasy worlds.
Message about diversity in "Trolls World Tour" is nice, but muddled.