REVIEW: Much more than just another showbiz satire, “Birdman” is original visual storytelling at its best.
Crook-turned-G man Frank Abagnale Jr. is scheduled to appear Oct. 30 at the Verizon Wireless Center in Mankato in a free presentation.
New superhero movies are an ambitious strategy.
Although scripted features won him renown, docs are now the vehicle for some of the filmmaker's boldest work. A critical guide.
Writer/director Jason Reitman broadens his scope with the Internet-focused drama “Men, Women & Children.”
An elite Minnesota skier, now featured in an adventure film, tackles some of the most difficult mountains in the world.
The shot-in-Minneapolis satire “Dear White People” moves beyond stereotypes to look at black identity on a college campus.
REVIEW: While “Fury” occasionally shocks, it is ultimately not as moving as, say, “Saving Private Ryan.” But writer/director David Ayer has accomplished something arguably more noble.
The Twin Cities Film Festival reels in audiences with big Hollywood movies, but also promotes smaller projects and local tie-ins.
Edward Norton flew right into his role as cocky foil to Michael Keaton’s man on a mission in “Birdman.”
Bridge story between “Halo 4” and “Halo 5” will be available exclusively as part of “Halo: The Master Chief Collection” on Xbox One.
REVIEW: A smart kid and a scrappy killjoy supply one another with comedy and life lessons in "St. Vincent." It’s a familiar premise, but it sails ahead on the collective charms of its ensemble cast, led by Bill Murray.